Protecting Your Pets from Heartworms

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At Mosquito Authority, we pride ourselves on protecting your family — and this includes the furry family members. We guarantee our service, and if you are ever bitten by a mosquito between scheduled treatments, we will return, re-assess, and re-treat your yard if necessary. 

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Heartworm Prevention in Pets

As you may know, mosquitoes are the sole vector of heartworm disease in dogs and cats. These infographics show how the life cycle of the parasite progresses if your pet remains unprotected. Please see your veterinary care provider to discuss regularly-scheduled heartworm preventative medications for your pets.

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Easter Fun and Games

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Springtime is here, and as the weather improves, the kids will surely want to be outside. Of course, Mosquito Authority will help you remain mosquito-free so you and your family can enjoy spending time in your outdoor living space. 

Enjoy these links to Easter games you can enjoy indoors and out. 

30 Fun Easter Games – Best Outdoor Easter Sunday Activities for Kids and Families

22 Fun Easter Games for Kids – Easy Easter Sunday Party Game Ideas

Top 10 Easter Games for Kids

Heartworm Basics from the AHS

At Mosquito Authority, our mission is to protect you and your family from mosquitoes and the diseases they carry. Of course, your family includes the furry, four-legged members! Heartworm can be fatal, and protecting your pets is important. The only way to ensure your pet is protected from heartworm is to receive regular treatment courtesy of your veterinarian.  

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Mosquitoes are the sole cause of heartworm in your pets. While Mosquito Authority can remove mosquitoes from your yard, the only way to ensure complete protection from the devastating and dangerous effects of heartworm is preventative medications from your vet.

If you want to learn more about the life cycle of heartworm, this video is a great resource. Be warned, it is a bit graphic, as it shows actual heartworms during a surgical procedure.