Canine Parvo Disease | Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments | Dr. Bill’s Advanced Nutritional Support


Would you like to learn more about
canine parvo disease? Hello, I’m Doctor Bill Barnett. Years ago, parvo in dogs reached
epidemic proportions, and the outcome was disastrous. Life expectancy during an outbreak was
less than 30%. Parvo is still around today. The
majority of cases are seen in puppies that are six weeks to six months of age
but adults can still be affected. Thanks to the development of a parvo
virus vaccine for puppies, the incidence of canine parvo virus infections has been
reduced radically. Parvo in dogs is a highly contagious viral disease that manifests itself in two different forms. The more common form attacks the cells of the intestinal tract and white blood cells. Characteristic signs to look for
include: vomiting, bloody mucus filled diarrhea, weight loss, dehydration, and lack of appetite. If you think your dog has parvo, see a
veterinarian immediately. Early treatment is critical. The less common form of parvo attacks
the heart muscles of very young puppies, causing lifelong cardiac problems. Parvo virus is extremely contagious and can be transmitted by any person, animal, or object that comes in contact with an affected dog’s feces. Parvo is highly resistant. The virus can live in the environment for months and may survive on inanimate objects such as food bowls, shoes, clothes, carpets, and floors. Viral infections cannot be cured, therefore treatment should focus on managing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections. Preferably in a hospital environment. Intensive therapy and system support is the key to recovery. Prevention involves cleanliness and
vaccination. Treatment includes fluid and nutritional therapy along with
prevention of secondary bacterial infections. Providing your dog with
optimum nutrition will also help them recover and stay healthy and strong. If you’d like to find out more about how
to choose the best food and supplements for your dog, click the optimum nutrition button. You learn which ingredients are good, which ones cause problems, and why. For more information on parvo in
puppies and adult dogs read the full report on canine parvo disease that accompanies this video.

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