The dosage of a heartworm medication is based on body weight, not age. Puppies and kittens grow rapidly in their first months of life, and the rate of growth—especially in dogs—varies widely from one breed to another. That means a young animal can gain enough weight to bump it from one dosage range to the next within a matter of weeks. Ask your veterinarian for advice about anticipating when a dosage change will be needed. If your pet is on a monthly preventive, you may want to buy just one or two doses at a time if a dosage change is anticipated (note that there is a sustained-release injectable preventive available for dogs 6 months of age or older). Also make sure to bring your pet in for every scheduled well-puppy or well-kitten exam, so that you stay on top of all health issues, including heartworm protection. Confirm that you are giving the right heartworm preventive dosage by having your pet weighed at every visit.
“For those who think that ketogenic diet is nonsense, we encourage to even minimize carbohydrate level for your pets (dog’s ancestors ate around 4% or carbs and in usual/premium kibble food percentage of carbs are about 60%) and mammals, including pets and people, have no ability to deal with constant, excess starch and sugar because it confuses our metabolic physiology.”
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