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What are the chances of my cat coming back

Most cats that come in to us with a heartworm problem come back again. We can only treat them for heartworm once.

What do I do if my cat is positive for heartworm disease?

Your vet will recommend the best treatment for your cat.

What about fleas?

You may need to do something about fleas as well as heartworm. It's not unusual for a cat with heartworm to have fleas as well. There are many other things that can be done to help your cat. Your vet will recommend the best treatment for your cat.

What about my yard?

It is difficult to kill fleas and mosquitoes while your cat is in the clinic. You may need to treat your yard with a flea and mosquito killer. You will be able to do this when you pick your cat up. We recommend that you use an insecticide that is safe for cats. You will also need to vacuum and/or mow your lawn. You may also need to spray your yard with insecticide. You will be able to do this when you pick your cat up.

What if my cat has a second negative hw test?

If your cat has a second negative hw test and you believe that he or she does not have heartworm disease, your vet may recommend a different treatment for your cat.

If my cat has a second positive hw test, what do I do?

If your cat has a second positive hw test and you believe that he or she does not have heartworm disease, your vet may recommend a different treatment for your cat. Your vet will discuss this with you.

What if my cat has a third positive hw test, what do I do?

If your cat has a third positive hw test and you believe that he or she does not have heartworm disease, your vet may recommend a different treatment for your cat. Your vet will discuss this with you.

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