Relocation of shelter animals transports heartworm as it is not always tested

Transportation of shelter animals from south spreads heartworm to the north

The relocation of shelter animals often by air is commonplace in America. It’s a great idea as it leads to more adoptions and the saving of lives. Craig Prior, a Nashville-based veterinarian with the non-profit Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) makes the point that there is a shortage of shelter animals for adoption in …

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