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Prevent Dog Parvo

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puppy-looking-at-youDog parvo prevention is really the same as rabies prevention; you just have to make sure your dog has all of their necessary vaccinations.

Vaccinations should start after the puppy is 6 to 8 weeks old. Up until that point, a puppy is typically protected against most sicknesses because its mother’s anti-bodies are still flowing through it’s blood. But now it has to build up its own system of protection.

The initial shot is followed by booster shots in the following weeks, followed by a yearly one after that to keep the protection up. Unless your dog is of a particularly susceptible breed, it’s probably safe to discontinue the booster shots after a few years.

As always, talk to your vet to get your dog on an appropriate vaccination schedule to minimize the risks of this deadly virus.

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8 Responses to “Prevent Dog Parvo”

  1. Susan on March 12th, 2009 3:06 pm

    In addition to vaccinations, the main way to prevent parvo is to keep your puppy at home until the set of vaccinations is complete. NO DOG PARKS, NO PUBLIC PET STORES! Just wait a few weeks – it may save your dog’s life and save you $1000-$2000 in vet bills.

  2. yammie on August 10th, 2009 5:01 pm

    `We have a blue nose pitbull and we think he has parvo. We are goin to take him to the vet Friday and i’am so scared what they are goin to say!!!!! What can i do to help him??

  3. wanda on August 19th, 2009 3:33 pm

    we lost our 6 month old lab-pit last night to parvo, he was happy and healthy and full energy until it was too late for us to treat him, it hit him so fast and hard. I hope your puppy doesn’t have it Yammie.

  4. CodyandDUKE on October 7th, 2011 6:42 pm

    Codys dog Duke Great Dane Bull Mast. His 5 months old and has parvo. We took him to the vet. on Oct.7th’ 2011 and we hope that they can help him. We love him so much. He has ring worms and another kind of worms. God is with him please bring him back home so we can play for ever. GOD PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

  5. Isabel on November 13th, 2011 2:15 am

    My bestfriend Kila had died Oct. 19. She was 6 months old and the best pup you could ever ask for.One morning i came out and she was under our stairs throwing up blood. I visited her every day after school, but my dad didnt want me to see her thay way.I came home from school but saw that she was gone. I called my dad immadietely and he said “Kila didnt make it” i havent stopped crying since.
    R.I.P Kila

  6. Lamar on November 30th, 2011 10:01 pm

    my puppy has parvo, he got his 1st treatment today
    he has been drinking water and letter he throws up. What, can I give him to eat

  7. Deb on September 9th, 2012 7:56 pm

    Do not stop getting your dog vaccinated after it is a few years old-I work in a vet clinic where we have had dogs that are 3+ years old come in with parvo that have not survived. It is very important to keep your pets up to date on their vaccines. If you are not sure about a vaccine, talk to your vet before deciding not to get it.

  8. Lois Lutz on June 22nd, 2013 5:00 pm

    My eleven month old Basset pups, Holly and Ivy, had had all of their puppy shots and rbies shot but I just lost Holly to Parvo. I had switched them from puppy food to an adult food and two weeks later Holly became lethargic. I took her to the vet the very next day. She was given antibiotics and IV’s, plus x-rays, but she died three days later. How can I protect my other dog? My yard is cleaned every day, fresh water, lots of love. How can I protect Ivy?

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