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Now more than ever, we must act to protect our pets and pets in communities across our nation. Incidence of vector-borne diseases such as heartworm, Lyme disease, anaplasmosis and ehrlichiosis continue to rise, putting our pets at high risk for illnesses caused by ticks, mosquitoes and other parasites.

Because outbreaks can occur rapidly, having that forecasted information can help both pet owners and veterinarians be better prepared to help protect pets in their communities. This website has been created to let pet owners across the country know about immediate threats in their area.

As a nonprofit organization, we rely on donations to help us provide this timely disease information to pet owners around the country. Please help us expand our efforts to alert pet owners to dangerous pet diseases by contributing to Pet Disease Alerts. Donate now.

Pet Disease Alerts is a non-profit organization in the State of Delaware and welcomes donations from those who would like to support our work. Please submit your donation below.

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