Are Parvovirus and Distemper the Same Thing?

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Are Canine Parvovirus and Canine Distemper the same thing? Nope! Canine Parvovirus Canine Parvovirus is caused by a virus that infects the lining of the intestines or the heart in cases of cardiac parvo.  Parvo can live in the environment for months, even in severe weather conditions. The virus is transmitted through infected dog feces […]

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So, You Had To Throw Away Your Dog’s Favorite Toy…

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So, You Had To Throw Away Your Dog’s Favorite Toy… If your dog currently has or has had Parvovirus, it is important to throw away things you cannot clean with bleach in order to prevent the virus from living in your home.  We know this can be upsetting, especially if your dog has a favorite […]

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9 quick tips to make your dog more comfortable with Parvo

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9 quick tips to make your dog more comfortable while recovering from Parvo   Once your dog comes home from the animal hospital, he will be very tired and he will need a warm, quiet, comfortable place in the house to recover.  Below are 9 quick tips to help you prepare for the recovery process […]

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Parvovirus is so famous, but why?

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WHY is the Canine Parvovirus so famous? Canine Parvovirus is one of the most severe and deadly diseases that impacts dogs.  The virus attacks either a dog’s heart or intestines, slowly weakening the body until they are defenseless on their own.  It is one of the most feared diseases by pet owners and animal professionals […]

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How the Canine Parvovirus Is Like A School Bully

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How is Parvo Like A School Bully? Great Question, Right?!?! Canine Parvovirus is mean like a school bully!  The virus picks on your dog and will rapidly break him down until he is very weak and virtually defenseless on his own.  However, much like a school bully, you can stand up to the disease and […]

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Oggie’s Story – Overcoming the Canine Parvovirus

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Oggie’s Story This is the journey of an 8 week old English Bulldog, who was born into a litter that had Canine Parvovirus, and beat the odds thanks to his loving and devoted pet parents, Michelle and Doug.   Oggie first started to show symptoms of the Parvovirus the first day that he was brought […]

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Five Myths Uncovered About Parvo

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Five Myths Uncovered About Parvo Just like any medical disease, human or animal, there are many misconceptions and myths surrounding the illness Canine Parvovirus.  We are here to uncover the truth about these misconceptions and to provide you with the information you need to be well-informed. Myth #1: Dogs have a very slim chance of […]

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How to Exercise Your Dog when recovering from the Canine Parvovirus

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How To Exercise Your Dog With Canine Parvovirus Now that your puppy is home from being treated for Parvovirus at the animal hospital, how will you make sure that your dog safely gets the exercise he needs? Even after your dog has been treated for Parvo, he is still contagious while in recovery and should […]

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Homeopathic and Herbal Options for Treating Canine Parvovirus

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Homeopathic and Herbal Options for Treating Canine Parvovirus Are you more inclined to try home Parvo treatment remedies rather than taking your dog to an animal hospital?  Maybe you cannot afford to cover the costs of a vet bill. There are many homeopathic and herbal options that you can explore alone or in conjunction with […]

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Parvo in Humans vs Parvo in Dogs

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Parvovirus in Humans vs in Dogs Am I at risk of catching Parvovirus if my dog has contracted the disease?   If you have confirmed a Canine Parvovirus (CPV) diagnosis for your dog, it is normal to wonder if you are at risk of catching the illness.  The good news is that Human Parvovirus B19 […]

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