I ask this because my old vet didn't require a yearly heartworm test, just proof you had bought
12 months of heartworm preventative.
The vet I currently go to says the preventative maker won't guarantee their product unless I
spend $46.00 annually for a heartworm test and they don't want to sell me more preventative if I don't have the
test. Seems the price of the test goes up every year, too.
So, I called the maker of the heartworm pills, no they don't require the test annually to guarantee
What are your experiences?
I feel like I am being nickle and dimed to death at this vet and if I want to sign a waiver to opt out
of the test they make me feel like I am an idiot.