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.
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.
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.
Most pet owners know that heartworm is a real danger, but did you know that mosquitoes are the sole vector of heartworm? Regular preventative treatments for dogs and cats are highly recommended by vets, even if your pets don’t regularly spend time outside. Mosquito Authority can eliminate mosquitoes from your yard, which can be just one step for you to take to keep your pets safe.
For information and updates about heartworm, we recommend checking out the American Heartworm Society (AHS) website. The AHS was established in 1974 to educate the public and veterinary professionals about the dangers of heartworm disease. Their website contains great resources for pet owners including “incidence maps” to see the data on heartworm occurrences in your region.