Q. possible parvo

Fri, Nov 25, 2022


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Hello, I looked over the question you sent.
This is a case that requires an appointment with a veterinarian.
Canine parvovirus infection is a fatal infectious disease that kills more than 90% of infected dogs. The disease is more severe in young puppies who have not completed the basic vaccine course and can quickly progress to a fatal stage. As a result, if you suspect your dog has parvovirus, you should take him to a veterinary hospital right away. Even if his symptoms are mild at the moment, they are very likely to worsen quickly, so you should get him intensive veterinary care immediately.
Please do not hesitate to ask any further questions you may have. Thank you.

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