Elizabeth McClure DVM    Stephanie Henry, DVM    Dr. Jessica Platts    Gretta Albrecht, DVM 2507 Eastgate Drive   Boone, Iowa 50036   Telephone: 515-432-4601
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Parasite Protection for Your Pets

Protect your dog or cat from deadly parasites, fleas and ticks that can cause heartworms and lyme disease. Heartworms are easy to prevent in dogs and cats by a simple monthly pill or topical, however, very dangerous and costly to treat once the pet gets heartworms.  Year-round Flea and Tick Prevention is also necessary to prevent transmission of disease.
Did you know? The flea you see today came from an egg 3-8 weeks ago. Every flea lays an average of 20-30 eggs PER DAY. These fall off your pet into the environment,  therefore you must treat the environment for at least 3-8 weeks. Two steps to effective flea prevention: Treat all pets with an effective product  Treat environment We'll help you choose the right prevention products
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Elizabeth McClure DVM  | Stephanie Henry, DVM Jessica Platts, DVM  | Gretta Albrecht, DVM      2507 Eastgate Drive Boone, Iowa 50036   Telephone: 515-432-4601
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Protect your dog or cat from deadly parasites, fleas and ticks that can cause heartworms and lyme disease. Heartworms are easy to prevent in dogs and cats by a simple monthly pill or topical, however, very dangerous and costly to treat once the pet gets heartworms.  Year- round Flea and Tick Prevention is also necessary to prevent transmission of disease.
Did you know? The flea you see today came from an egg 3-8 weeks ago. Every flea lays an average of 20-30 eggs PER DAY. These fall off your pet into the environment,  therefore you must treat the environment for at least 3-8 weeks. Two steps to effective flea prevention: Treat all pets with an effective product  Treat environment We'll help you choose the right prevention products
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