HPAN Helps Two Dogs with Heartworm Treatment with $509

Loretta and Miles have similar stories. They were found as strays, taken to the Campbell County Animal Shelter, and tested positive for heartworms. Neither had microchips, and sadly no family members came looking for them. The Friends of Campbell County Animals started both of these beauties on Doxycycline to prepare them for heartworm treatment injections, and then they called us. We had the opportunity to pay for the treatment, as well as spay/neuter. Loretta and Miles are recovering in foster care and will be available for adoption when they are good as new! Heartworms are caused by a single mosquito bite yet can be so easily avoided with monthly prevention. Prevention is much cheaper than the cure and is certainly easier on the animal.

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Helping hurting, homeless and hungry animals in the Anderson County, TN area.
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