Valuheart For Dogs

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Valuheart Gold For Large Dogs 46-88lbs (21-40kg)


$32.95 USD


Valuheart Green For Medium Dogs 23-44lbs (10-20kg)


$28.95 USD


Valuheart Blue For Small Dogs under 22 lbs (10 kg)


$25.95 USD

Valuheart For Dogs

Valuheart is a very effective and straightforward heartworm preventative for dogs. This simple table will protect your dog for the entire month.

Valuheart is one of the best generic heartworm preventive treatments specially developed for dogs. In addition, it is cost-effective compared to other branded heartworm preventative treatments available in the market. 

Unfortunately, all most all dogs are at risk of getting heartworm infection at any stage of life, so all pet owners need to incorporate heartworm preventative as a part of their pet's health care plan. Heartworm is a deadly parasite that needs to be treated once established, but disease prevention is simple. 

Always use the Valuheart heartworm tablet as instructed to prevent your puppies and dog from heartworm at age six. You should test your dog first before starting any heartworm medicine. Valuheart is only for prevention, so you need to be cleared existing heartworm before beginning treatment. 

This oral tablet kills the tissue stages of heartworms by treating the infections and controlling and curbing deadly heartworm diseases in dogs.

Critical Benefits of Valuheart

  • Cost-effective heartworm preventative treatment.
  • Prevents heartworm infections and heartworm disease.
  • Recommended for puppies and dogs at least six weeks of age, along with small dogs, breeding, stud dogs, and pregnant female dogs
  • Easy to administer.
  • You can mix it with other flea and tick preventive treatments.
  • Valuheart can give with or without food.

Who is it for?

Valuheart heartworm tablet is safe to use for puppies and dogs over the age of six weeks. There is no weight restriction. Valuheart is also safe to use for nursing, pregnancy, and dogs planned for breeding.

How to use Valuheart

  • Check the dog for any prevailing heartworm infections. If there are no infections, then administer this heartworm-preventative treatment.
  • This treatment is available in three different packs. There are various color codes according to the weight of the dog. Select the appropriate pack size according to the weight of your pet.
  • One tablet must be given monthly to puppies at least six weeks of age, along with small and medium dogs, pregnant studs, and breeding dogs.
  • If your doggy weighs more than 88 lbs, you can use a combination of the treatment.
  • Give this tablet orally to the dog or mix it in the dog food.
  • If mixing it in dog food, ensure that the pet takes the entire dose. If you miss out on a dose, then consult with your veterinarian before commencing the treatment.


  • Get your dog tested for any existing heartworm infection before commencing the preventive treatment.
  • If your doggy is allergic to ivermectin, then do not administer this treatment. It has been researched and found that collies are allergic to ivermectin, so never use this product on this dog breed.
  • After administering the tablets, wash your hands properly with soap and water.
  • Keep out of reach of children and animals.
  • Valuheart is for canines only - do not use it on cats.
  • Please do not take it with any other heartworm medicine.

Side effects of Valuheart

Dogs who are treated with Valuheart may have mild hypersensitivity, like diarrhea. 

Dosage Chart of Valuheart

Pack Colour
Body Weight
Dog Size
Tablets Administered
Total Ivermectin (mcg)
Product Page
Under 22 lbs (10 kg)
22-44 lbs (10-20 kg)
44-88 lbs (20-40 kg)
Over 88 lbs (40 kg)
Administer the appropriate combination of tablets


Do I need to get my dogs tested for heartworm regularly?

Yes, getting your dog tested periodically is advisable to maintain your dog's health, although your dog is on heartworm preventative.

How do I know if my dog has heartworm disease?

It is easier to tell if your dog has heartworm disease once it is well advanced. Some symptoms like weight loss, coughing, weakness, labored breathing, and exercise intolerance. This is why it is essential to test your dog regularly for heartworm.

Is Valuheart safe to use on pregnant dogs?

Yes, Valuheart is safe to use on breeding, pregnant and lactating dogs. 

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