Question: What signs do I look for If my dog has heartworms?
Signs of heartworm in dogs can include coughing, difficulty breathing, and even fainting. The dog may also be easily fatigued. Unfortunately, dogs may have heartworms for near a year or more and be entering into higher stages of infection before signs of the disease appear. When signs finally do occur, the heart and pulmonary arteries are often so full of worms that treatment is more risky than ever. Traditional treatment for heartworms is a form of arsenic administered at doses intended to kill the worms but not the dog. Although the treatment is safer today than in the past, there is a risk that the dog, like the heartworms, may die during the treatment process. Administering a natural remedy is truly the key for the greatest percentage of all and is much, much less costly!
Question: What if my dog is not on traditional preventatives, has heartworms, and I finally begin giving him/her these same meds, Will they help?
Do not begin your dog on any of the prescription-only meds at this stage! Most preventatives, if given to a dog that already has heartworms, may cause a potentially life-threatening shock reaction. In addition, the preventative will not kill the adult worms already present in the body, just the babies. Granted, some vets will advise using meds to "slow-kill" heartworms. But dosing becomes somewhat of an exact science and should not be attempted without professional assistance. Once the dog is on a natural road to recovery, he is also on the never-ending, but correct journey of Heartworm prevention. So he/she will either be eliminating heartworms or is preventing them to begin with, with the products you will learn about in the report. None of the stages of heartworm infestation will then matter. And you would not even have to go to a vet to pay and find out. Just get started as soon as possible.
You must either;
1. Go to a Vet and have him perform a heartworm test. This will help to allow your family to know for sure....
2. Obtain the report from this site, begin administering natural herbal remedy to your pet, and then there will be no further concern. Whether your pet had worms or not will now not matter.
Question: What do I do if my dog is pregnant? And are heartworms going to be found in the puppies as well?
If she has heartworms, now too does the litter. But only in the worm's microfilaria stage will the puppies be carriers. We will have a strategy for how to handle this type of situation and relax, the solution for the puppies' heartworm infection is much easier to eliminate than that of their moms'!.
Question: Is there any other benefits that purchasing the report will bring to my family and pet?
There is a section in the report that will share with you how to eliminate fleas and ticks. It is truly amazing that knowledge is power. Simply knowing what product is sold for less than $10.00 per pound which lasts well over a year, is harmless to all family members around, and absolutely destroys fleas and ticks in an immediate fashion is just too much to ask. It is in the report and you will never be beaten by these guys again!!
Also note that if your pet was to have tapeworms, which is fairly high up there in percentage at-risk among dogs by the way, you would have needed to buy additional prescriptions for your dog. As none of the traditional (arsenic-imbibed) preventatives cover this parasite. However the products shown within the reports cover them automatically! There are many more additional parasite killing benefits that you will gain when you begin your pets' herbal regiman.
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