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First Heartgard Plus

Amber is turning 5-month old soon, and we are going to bring her out more and more often, maybe everyday. It is best to start giving her Heartgard Plus - a medication for the prevention of canine heart worm disease (caused by mosquitoes) and treatment of ascarids (roundworms) and hookworms.

I have checked some other brands which have the same purpose and resulted in Heartgard Plus being the most effective choice. The medication is available in chew-able tablets and should be given once a month. Amber is having Heargard Plus in BLUE box as she's a small-size breed. I have just given her a cube and she loved it, trying to finish as fast as she could!

We have made a video of her trying the chew-able for the first time.

Due to the hot and humid climax in Singapore, mosquitoes are really everywhere and  it is extremely important to prevent your doggies from getting heartworm disease. It can cost about a few hundreds to thousands dollar if occur. A box of heartgard costed so much lesser and lasted for a good 6 months. We are selling at SGD 38 for a box of 6.


If you are interested in getting one, please visit my page @ http://ambertoypoodle.blogspot.com/p/heartgard-sale.html
or email me: amberwonderland@gmail.com

how the actual chew-able looks like

WHY HEARTGARD???


Answer: To prevent Heartworm disease!




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  1. what is the diff between heartgard and frontine plus?? whr 2 get heartgard? PLC don't sell...

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    1. Hi, heartgard is to prevent heartworms as stated in this article, frontline plus is to prevent flea and ticks, which can breed and spread inside the house.

      We have Heartgard Plus to let go, do visit http://ambertoypoodle.blogspot.sg/p/heartgard-sale.html for more information!

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