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Parvo-K: Natural Homeopathic Parvo Treatment

Amazing Formula Gives Puppies the Strength to Fight Parvo and Look at Their Owners as Heroes!

parvo-kA natural remedy to maintain normal body temperature, digestive harmony, and support healthy hydration in dogs. Key Benefits:

  • An oral, 100% natural homeopathic remedy and treatment
  • Supports firm, healthy stools in dogs and puppies.
  • Calms and soothes a puppy’s digestive system.
  • Helps maintain healthy fluid balance.
  • Helps promote the natural cooling mechanics of a dog’s body.
  • No side effects.
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Why the Natural Way?

puppy-closeIn the wild, animals have instincts that lead them to plants that are good for them and support their health. Your domestic dog does not have the benefit of freely roaming nature to get access to the natural stuff that they need. Don’t worry, they don’t mind too much as long as you give them enough love ;) . But it makes sense that we should try to includes these natural remedies as part of their diet.

The natural remedies in Parvo-K have a long history of effective results in the promotion of digestive health and balance, as well as the maintenance of firm, healthy stools. They can be very useful in maintaining normal fluid balance, and many plants have a ‘cooling’ effect which can help to support the natural temperature regulation mechanisms in the body.

How do I use Parvo-K?

two-puppies Since it comes in tiny, easily dissolved lactose granules, Parvo-K is very easy to administer, even to dogs who don’t like pills. Granules can be sprinkled directly in the mouth, or mixed in with wed food 3-5 times a day for 10-15 days. Repeat annually or when necessary.

Dogs under 20 lbs: 1 pinch
Dogs 20-50 lbs: 2 pinches
Dogs over 50 lbs: ¼ cap

Since this is a natural product, you don’t need to be too precise in your measurements.

One bottle will last you 1 to 4 weeks depending on the size of your dog.

For Best Results

For the best results, it’s recommended to use a round of Parvo-K annually for optimum health. Unlike conventional medicine which just treats symptoms, natural remedies aim to promote overall health.

What’s in Parvo-K?


  • Arsen alb. (6C) – a natural remedy often used for digestive health and balance. Also can promote energy and vitality.
  • Verat. alb. (6C) – a homeopathic remedy which is often recommended to soothe the stomach and maintain firm stools. Verat. alb also supports the natural temperature regulation mechanisms of the body and can assist in maintaining fluid balance.
  • Belladonna (30C) – used to naturally support temperature regulation and normal fluid balance, and provides an overall systemic soothing influence.
  • Parvo (30C) – a homeopathic preparation of the canine parvovirus vaccine. Parvo (30C) can safely help to support and maintain the animal’s natural immune defenses, as well as systemic and digestive health and balance.
  • Zingiber officinale (Ginger) – known for its long history of use in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine, it works mainly in the digestive tract, supporting the balance of digestive fluids and acids, making it an effective digestive remedy. Modern research has confirmed traditional wisdom, and ginger remains one of the most widely used digestive restoratives in the world today. (Grzanna, R., Lindmark, L., and Frondoza, C. G. “Ginger–an herbal medicinal product with broad anti-inflammatory actions.” J Med Food 2005;8(2):125-132.)
  • Agrimonia eupatoria (Agrimony) – used to help support the health of the digestive tract, and provides a soothing effect for the mucus membranes of the digestive tract. This herb has been used for centuries in the support of digestive harmony, and is also an effective tonic for the liver and gallbladder. (Chakarski I. Clinical study of a herb combination consisting of Agrimonia eupatoria, Hipericum perforatum, Plantago major, Mentha piperita, Matricaria chamomila for the treatment of patients with chronic gastroduodenitis. Probl Vatr Med 1982;10:78-84.)
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  3. chrystal on August 2nd, 2009 5:58 pm

    i have 2 cockerspaniels had 3 one died from parvo the other two were doing realy good the older one seems to be fine hes 16 months old the puppy is 11 weeks old and is losing weight and puking what can i do to help her we love her very much, is their anything i have in my home to help her and will my older dog get it? please help me.

  4. Pup Lover on March 2nd, 2010 1:56 am

    Guys, remember that this product will help prevent your puppy from getting parvo. It’s strengthens their immune system in general and has a mild parvo vaccine.

  5. jess on March 15th, 2010 5:12 am

    if your puppy gets parvo and its not a to late give them pedialyte for those who dont know what it is its to help rehydrate children it saved my dog when we didnt have the money to take him to the vet

  6. gloria deforest on January 2nd, 2011 6:26 pm

    I have a 13 week old Teacup Chichuaua. “Rhea”. She has had her first set of shots. The last two days she has been vomiting.( about a 1/2 teaspoon, of mild yellow, flem like substance.( Twice yesterday, twice now today, and it is only 10 am.)
    Her poo is consistent with that of a “tootsie roll”, so I think remains of a normal consistency. She stopped eating her “Teacup,Science Diet, puppy food, about three days ago. She drinks water, however, nothing like before.
    She would scarf up her “training, reward treats”, if I gave her the opportunity, so this tells me, she still has an appetite.
    With this being said, normal poo,and an appetite, Parvo thus far, does not appear to be the culprit.
    Now, New Years Eve, I was gone for about three hours,( first time at the long of a period), when I got home, she was nearly in a state of panic. Her eyes were so wet from tears, and she was nearly hyperventilating. Boy, did I ever feel like a smuck!! I am wondering if this may have something to do with it.
    I gave her some chicken noodle soup broth, and she drank it up.Its been about 20 minutes so I hope she is able to keep it down.
    I am going to purchase the Parvo K, as I beleive in homopathic medicines. This looks like it is a good product to keep on hand.
    I am hoping somebody will respond to my inquiry, I am anxious to hear anybody’s thoughts regarding my little Rhea.

  7. Isabel Calderon on May 17th, 2011 4:13 pm

    I have 4 puppies who all came down with parvo…and ofcoarse it would have been to expensive to take all three to the vet.the first one that came down with it did not survive, he acted like he was well so i stopped giving him what had been recommended and he was not well and died. but the other three puppies all came down with parvo and now knowing the symptoms caught it on time…i fed them pedialyte with a syringe, natural honey, and rice water w/sugar (boil rice and take the water from it). They all survived. I would administer this every hour and of coarse disinfect the syringe between puppies and between uses…it was very time consuming but well worth it..also i put three drops of bleach in their drinking water and would rinse out the water dish daily.

  8. Jessica on November 10th, 2011 8:32 pm

    We just got this puppy, not even a year old yet, and we think he has parvo. We aren’t sure though. He has had diarrhea for two days now, although he hasn’t gone anymore. He did have blood in his once this morning. he hasn’t lost his appetite at all and is drinking plenty water. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could reply and let me know their opinion.

  9. calum on November 16th, 2011 4:11 pm

    what syptoms should i look out for with my pup as i walked him not knowing if it has had its shots , i learnt it had not but have alreay walked him around a public park ,, i am just wondering what to look out for as this is my first puppy

  10. Rebecca on April 8th, 2012 3:44 am

    Hey I’m worried my puppy hasn’t eatiin since yesterday and his spewing up yellow foaming stuff but he don’t have diarrhea and no blood in his spew or poo. His not himself his very dopey and just wonts to sleep. Can someone please help his my first puppy and I don’t wanna lose him. :(

  11. Deborah on April 18th, 2012 11:37 pm

    our puppy is about 5 months old about two days ago he was not acting like he usually does.he was so playful,now he acts like he has no life in him,he does not eat his food and has loose stools.Today his stools look like the color of dark blood.I am wondering if he has parvo.

  12. Tammbo on June 27th, 2012 2:31 am

    As I write this, my baby girl “Peaches” is the hospital just diagnosed with Parvo. She never leaves our house and was exposed because she was getting her shots at the vet. Two days later she lost her appetite and moped around, just not feeling well. She only vomited twice. I took her to the vet yesterday and they seemed to think she had some back pain and prescribed Rimidyl (sp?). I was not satisfied and took her to another vet today. When they told me she had Parvo, I was shocked. I am praying that she survives… My point is- please don’t hesistate to get your dog to the vet when they are sick or are just not acting right. They can’t tell us what’s wrong and they are depending on us to help them. After reading all of your questions, I’m left wondering of the outcome for your precious pups. I pray that they all are well…

  13. Stephanie on July 27th, 2012 6:31 am

    I have a Pointer & English Setter mix puppy. He is 2 months, 3 weeks and a day old. We had a 1 year old Dachshund that we adopted from a shelter. He had parvo and we had no idea. He died on Tuesday. Our puppy was around him all the time because they had become really good buddies. Well we cleaned the whole house with bleach like the vet told us to do. We took him to the vet today (Thursday) to get him his shots. It’s only his first set. The area where they gave him his shot got swollen. He threw up this morning but we think it’s because he got into the trash can last night. He threw up some of the trash a few hours ago. He vomited about a tablespoon three times today. He already got a lot skinnier than he is. He feels a bit hotter than usual and the little bit of skin that shows is a really reddish pink. I think it’s just the trash that he ate but he also wont eat or drink water just like our last dog that died of parvo. I love this puppy so much. He is my everything someone please help me! I can’t stand having the thought that he might die or he may have to be put down. This is the 3rd time we loose our best friends(dogs). PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE help me. ASAP. Thank you very much! (:

    P.S. He’s a big puppy he weighs 20.8 pounds and he grows REALLY fast!

  14. Joan Emory on September 11th, 2012 3:39 pm

    I took in 3 rescue puppies from the animal shelter. They are approximately 16 weeks old. They have this awful cough with lots of phlegm and clear discharge from the nose. Apparently they caught this mess from the animal shelter because they had not gotten any vaccinations until a few minutes before they were pulled from the shelter. One developed vomiting, diarrhea with blood,had a milky green discharge from her nose, and was dehydrated. She was given the parvo snap test wich was negative. She seemed ok after treatment but now she is losing weight, does not want to eat and seems lethargic and sleepy. I lost her litter mate this past Sunday. The vet said he developed parvo even though he was also checked for it. All three were diagnosed with bacterial pneumonia. The two that are left, one not being a litter mate are now showing some of the same signs as the one I lost. The prednisone, flagyl, cough pills haven’t really helped. The two were playing and seemed ok yesterday but are lethargic today. Do you think that the Parvo-K will help, or is it too late. Please respond. I would like to communicate by phone cuz I want to talk to a live person about this. Please send me your phone number. Thanks,

    Joan Emory

  15. Josh(Superman) on September 25th, 2012 4:56 am

    A great home remedy is this.. Basic gatoraide or pedialyte, also your basic vitamins have everything in them that the vet would give your dog, you can orally give this to your dog.. if possible crush the vitamins, blend properly and mix with the fluids.. Give 3ML to your dog 3-5 times a day for 3-10 days depending on your dog, its health and its size. Make sure that you give your pet many fluids, Water is wonderful to humans, of course for your pet too! Dont give up hope! Keep them hydrated and Fed often as you can. They need to eat and drink! It will be ruff the first few days with vomitting, but your animal will tend to hold this down if you give it a good treat! Remember, your pet loves you unconditonally! Dont give up hope! Stay on the plan, and it will work!

  16. Catherine Ward on September 30th, 2012 11:17 pm

    I took my puppy to the vet and they said she may have parvo. She is 8 months old but we just recently got her and discovered she had never gotten her shots. Once she got her first one she became very sick. The first day she vomited and had diarrhea but the second day she was fine. The third day she started throwing up again. I am forced feeding her water and chicken broth every hour but I am uncertain if she has parvo. The other thing is that I am pregnant and I got a cold after she got sick. If she has parvo it can result in anemia for the baby. I am trying to figure out if she has parvo or is reacting to something else.