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Takin’ It To The Heart Part 1: Understanding Heartworm Disease in Shelter Animals - Shared screen with speaker view
Sandy De Lisle
27:11
Hi Brian! Break a leg!
Brian DiGangi
27:47
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Edward Marits
36:14
Ed Marits Second Chance Animal Rescue of Mount Vernon VA aboard and waiting
Sandy De Lisle
37:02
Hi, Ed! Welcome to you and all partcipants!
Maggie Harrison
38:03
Maggie, Great Plains SPCA - Kansas, USA
Sara Jones
38:05
Collin County Animal Services, Texas, USA
Melissa Dano
38:10
Cape Horn Pet Clinic, New Hampshire, USA
Carol Christensen
38:11
Oregon Humane SocietyOregon, USA
Edward Marits
38:11
SCAR MV of Virginia, USA
Marie Burris
38:11
Banfield Pet Hospital, North Carolina, USA
Marilyn Jasper
38:11
CA and USA
Ashley Plotkowski
38:11
Animal Humane Society, MN, USA
Sheryl Caroff
38:12
Virginia Beach SPCA, Virginia Beach, VA, USA
JOÃO PAULO AMARAL LEITÃO
38:12
hi
James Friend
38:14
Humane Society of Greater Nashua, NH USA
Cassie Knutson
38:14
Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, Colorado, USA
Ann Edmonds
38:17
Ann Edmonds, Glendale, AZ
Samantha Stephenson
38:20
Anderson Animal Shelter, Illinois, USA
Erin Doyle
38:22
Erin Doyle, ASPCA, MA, USA
Julaine Hunter
38:25
Frisco, Texas
Jake Montalvo
38:26
RHSPCA , Harrisonburg Virginia
Christine Stransky
38:29
Wharton County Stray Pet Outreach Team, Wharton County, Texas (about an hour SW of Houston)
Rimme Singh
38:29
Hello! Rimme from Humane Society of Broward County, Florida
Shelley Delahoussaye
38:31
Lafayette Animal Shelter & Care Center, Lafayette, LA USA
Melissa Lacey
38:34
Humane Society of Harris County, Georgia, USA
José Pedro Amaral Leitão
38:35
HELLO
Krista Peterson
38:49
AERC-MN Oakdale MN
Lori Walter
43:58
Lori from Broward County Animal Care
Sandy De Lisle
49:50
Lorna and Jarrod, I have captured your questions and we will try to get to them at the end of the webinar!
Sandy De Lisle
53:08
This is a one-hour webinar, Alicia.
Debbie Kozik
53:50
Adult
Sheryl Caroff
53:50
adult
Cynthia Edgar
53:54
l4-adult
Christine Stransky
53:55
adult
Matt Jinks
53:56
L4
Edward Marits
53:58
Mature
Andrew Clark
53:58
microfilariae and adults
Cassie Knutson
53:58
adult
Sara Jones
54:02
adult
Melissa Lacey
54:04
L4 and Adult
Kierianne Hansen
54:05
in dogs at 6 months of age--adult stage
Julaine Hunter
54:19
6 months L4 and adult
Dia Turner
54:33
Microfiliae and Adults
Debbie Kozik
54:35
Volume just went down dramatically hard to hear
Debbie Kozik
54:42
better
Sandy De Lisle
01:02:02
Ellen, can you try logging back in? His volume is OK now.
Julaine Hunter
01:06:03
When is the best time to take blood sample for microfilaria if counts vary with time of day please?
Matt Jinks
01:10:25
1
Cynthia Edgar
01:10:25
4
Edward Marits
01:10:31
?
Ann Edmonds
01:10:33
1
Sara Jones
01:10:46
2
Samantha Stephenson
01:10:51
1
Julaine Hunter
01:11:02
1
Cassie Knutson
01:11:02
2
maureen lutz
01:15:29
Does HW monthly prevention work all month long or just when administered? If not all month long,, how late can I be with administering to be effective?
maureen lutz
01:16:29
Once HW treatment is complete and successful, does the heart return to normal or is the dog have chronic heart hisease?
Debbie Kozik
01:23:48
YES - Lowell, Indiana
Edward Marits
01:24:01
Yes Alexandria VA DC area
Debbie Kozik
01:24:01
Found during a SNAP test at vet. No clinical signs.
Sara Jones
01:24:06
Before I was here I think we had 1. North Texas.
Corey Price
01:24:07
Yes, Texas
Melissa Lacey
01:24:10
FL sudden death in client cat at vet clinic
Ann Edmonds
01:24:11
yes, in TN, reap signs
Julaine Hunter
01:24:19
1 in Frisco, Texas. Found worm on post mortem. Had been stray that was made exclusively indoor.
Lori Walter
01:24:20
Miami, FL. Asthma like sings
Edward Marits
01:24:26
Discovered by SNAP
Sara Jones
01:28:40
We work with an amazing rescue that pays for treatment for hw+ dogs that are adopted from here. Adopt My Heart!
Edward Marits
01:28:58
Is Immiticide the trade name for Mela
Sara Jones
01:28:59
Charity not rescue. Sorry.
Christine Stransky
01:30:24
How are shelters raising the money to pay for the full treatment? It costs us about $600/dog for the 2-3 shot treatment which is cost prohibitive.
Edward Marits
01:31:09
There is a nationwide adovacy program to make the HW positive treatment drug only at cost for Shelters
Sandy De Lisle
01:33:12
We will include a link to this document in our follow-up email after the webinar.
Marilyn Jasper
01:34:54
The "submit" button is not working.
Julie Levy
01:34:59
Fantastic presentation Brian!
Howard Wu
01:36:12
@Marilyn Jasper - you have to answer all four questions of the poll (scroll down) to “Submit”.
Julaine Hunter
01:37:25
Thank you!
Sheryl Caroff
01:37:34
Thanks!
Rimme Singh
01:37:35
Thank you