Pets and Heartworms Directory
Heartworms are dangerous parasites that can cause serious illness or even death in untreated cases. These worms can be prevented with medications that your pet should start as a puppy or kitten and continue throughout their whole life. Treatments are available if your dog gets heartworms, and therapies may help support cats. See your veterinarian for the best care for your pet, and learn more here about heartworms in dogs and cats.
Worms in Cats: An Infection of Intestinal Parasites
WebMD discusses worms, or intestinal parasites, in cats and includes common worms, symptoms, treatment, and prevention options.
Worms in Dogs
Dogs are vulnerable to various kinds of infections from worms (not all of them real worms). WebMD describes causes, symptoms and treatments.
Dog Weakness and Lethargy: Causes and Treatments
WebMD explains possible reasons your dog may be weak, tired, or lethargic.
Is Your Yard Safe for Your Dog or Cat?
Poisonous plants and toxic chemicals could be lurking in your yard. Here's how to protect your pets.
Heartworms in Dogs: Facts and Myths
Heartworms in dogs are easy to prevent, but difficult, and costly, to cure. We asked Sheldon Rubin, president of the American Heartworm Society, all about heartworm infestations in dogs.