New Parvo Treatment Allows Puppy Owners to Beat Parvo at Home

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New Parvo Treatment Allows Puppy Owners to Beat Parvo at Home Parvo is probably every puppy owner’s worst nightmare, and rightly so. It’s a highly contagious, often deadly viral disease that can take a puppy’s life within 48 to 72 hours (2 to 3 days). For that exact reason, ever since the discovery of the […]

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7 Places to Avoid Taking Your Unvaccinated Puppy

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7 Places to Avoid Taking Your Unvaccinated Puppy Parvo is a highly contagious, potentially fatal viral disease in dogs. Although it’s known to affect dogs of all breeds and ages, unvaccinated ones are found to be more at risk. For that reason, it’s recommended that puppies get their first round of Parvo shots at 6 […]

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7 Steps to Saving Your Puppy from Parvo

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7 Steps to Saving Your Puppy from Parvo After bringing your new puppy home, the last thing a you’d want to happen is for them to contract Parvo—a life-threatening viral disease that causes severe gastrointestinal effects in dogs. However, no matter how scary it is to see your pup vomit and poop blood, the illness […]

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Fecal Transplantation Is Saving Dogs from Parvo!

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What’s Fecal Transplantation? Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT), also known as Microbiome Restorative Therapy, is a procedure where fecal material from a healthy microbiome donor is transferred to an individual suffering from a gastrointestinal disease to restore gut health and resolve the illness. It’s been practiced in human medicine for years and has been used to […]

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Does Your Dog Have Parvo or Campylobacter?

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Does Your Dog Have Parvo or Campylobacter? Bloody diarrhea, vomiting, and a fever—classic signs of a Parvo infection, but are you sure that the Canine Parvovirus is the culprit? There are plenty of harmful pathogens that cause Parvo-like symptoms, and Campylobacter is one of them. Since misdiagnoses can and do happen, being familiar with the other […]

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What Would Happen If Parvo Symptoms Didn’t Exist?

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What Would Happen If Parvo Symptoms Didn’t Exist? Parvo is an extremely contagious, potentially fatal viral disease caused by the notorious Canine Parvovirus. It can affect dogs of all breeds and ages, but unvaccinated ones tend to be more susceptible. However, there are cases where even vaccinated dogs become infected. There’s never a guarantee that […]

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7 Ways Probiotics Help Dogs with Parvo

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What Are Probiotics? Probiotics are live microorganisms that are normally found inside the gut. Believe it or not, but we humans, as well as our canine companions, have trillions of these good bacteria inside our bodies. They help our immune system with a lot of things, like keeping the digestive system in tip-top shape—something incredibly […]

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PetAlive Parvo-K: A Homeopathic Remedy For Parvo

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What’s Pet Alive Parvo-K? Pet Alive Parvo-K is a new, all-natural homeopathic remedy intended to help relieve the more severe symptoms of Parvo in dogs: vomiting and diarrhea, which can easily lead to dehydration and death. Specially formulated to support the digestive system, Parvo-K works to prevent loose stools by helping sick dogs maintain adequate […]

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Parvo VS. Distemper: Which One Is Worse?

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Parvo VS. Distemper: Which One Is Worse? Canine Parvovirus and Canine Distemper are the two most common systemic viral diseases that affect our furry family members. Both are incredibly contagious and have the potential to become life-threatening without timely medical attention. But, which one is worse? Let’s compare the two viral diseases to find out! […]

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Pigs Can Get Parvo, Too!

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Pigs Can Get Parvo, Too! Did you know that pigs can get Parvo, too? However, unlike the virus that affects dogs, the Parvovirus that infects pigs, known as the Porcine Parvovirus or PPV, causes a condition called infectious infertility. PPV is an incredibly tough virus and is considered one of the leading causes of small […]

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