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Of been using diethylcarbamazine citrate as a Heart work preventative sine it fist became available,
(40? years ago?)
Since then none of my many dogs has contracted heartworm despite living in areas where they were rife. Daily tablets are far easier to remember and not leave your dog vulnerable, as it becomes a normal feed time routine, Not to mention the dogs NEVER get microfilaria at all.
And with a butter treat after swallowing even the most reluctant dog will accept them.
Two of my current three dogs refuse to eat 'Chewable medication. Tablet please, and Butter!
And there is the added benefit that they are significantly less expensive :-)
I have 3 Pet Shelties. Have to be so careful what they have by way of Heartworm and other drugs because of Ivermectin sensitivity. So many fancy products on the market now, uninformed pet owners can make the most dreadful mistakes.