Heartworm disease in dogs (dirofilariasis) is a fatal disease.

Heartworms are transmitted from one dog to another by mosquitoes, which pick up tiny immature heartworms, called microfilariae, when they bite an infected dog.

Larvae develop and are then transmitted to another dog when that dog is bitten by the infected mosquito. Heartworms spend their adult lives in the right side of the heart.

The adult worms block the heart and major blood vessels leading from the heart to the lungs, liver, and kidneys.

Nuheart is the best medicine against heart worm in pets.

NUHEART HEARTWORM TABLETS STORE

 

SMALL DOG

LARGE DOG

MEDIUM DOG

     

 

FOR DOGS UP TO 11KG (up to 24lbs)
Active Constituent: 68ug Ivermectin

 

 

FOR DOGS 23.1KG-45KG (51 - 100lbs)
Active Constituent: 272ug Ivermectin


 

 

FOR DOGS 11.1KG - 23KG (24- 50lbs)
Active Constituent: 136ug Ivermectin

Signs of heartworm disease can be subtle and difficult to detect until its later stages. As the disease progresses, signs begin to appear. Contact your veterinarian immediately if you notice coughing, difficulty breathing, sluggishness and less energy for exercise in your dog. Adult heartworms cause serious harm to your dog's heart, lungs and certain internal organs. Left untreated, heartworm disease can result in loss of consciousness and death.