10 May 2008

Could You Cope With A Parvo Outbreak?

Posted by Admin under: Health .

Here are some facts about Canine Parvovirus (also known as CPV, Parvo virus, or more commonly known as Parvo) that you might not know about:

  1. The problem is, once your dog has been infected, there are about 3-15 days when you will see no symptoms, but the virus is consuming large amounts of bone marrow, then moving on to consume and destroy a huge number of cells in the intestines – a lot of damage occurs at this stage.

  2. When your dog becomes infected and shows any of these symptoms (yellow frothy vomit, diarrhea [with or without blood], lethargy/no energy, wobbly, no appetite, dehydration, very depressed, etc.) then he may only have a few hours to 4 or 5 days left if he is not treated straight away.

  3. Dogs can easily become infected in any number of ways, e.g. touching infected bodily fluids (vomit, urine, saliva, etc.), touching waste products (feces), nose-to-nose contact, from your clothes, shoes, car tires, insects, birds, or other critters.

  4. Parvo can be in the ground from a few months to twenty (20) years.

  5. Parvo is incredibly hardy: it can survive boiling water (212 degrees F or 100 degrees C) and freezing temperatures (32 degrees F or 0 degrees C).

  6. If your dog does indeed have Parvo and you take him to the vet’s, be prepared to spend anywhere from $500 to over $6,000 USD per dog, and your vet will probably give the dog only a 50:50 chance at survival.

  7. Currently, the Parvo Hot Spot areas are mainly south of I-70 (Utah, going all across the southern US states to Maryland).

  8. Some of the hardest hit areas are Texas, California, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee, but almost every US state and other countries outside of the US are beginning to experience multiple outbreaks as well.

Is there a Home Parvo Treatment or a natural Parvo Remedy you can use?

  1. The first thing you need to do is to become more educated about this horrific virus, and you can do this by requesting our downloadable, comprehensive, free ebook, Parvo Treatment 101 – in there you will find a large section on Parvo Prevention and various methods to treat Parvo.

  2. If your dog has started showing any of the symptoms mentioned above, then you have to move fast, so read the book later (while you’re waiting for your products to arrive) and immediately go read our Home Parvo Treatment FAQs, find the Parvo Emergency Tea Recipe – it will not treat Parvo nor will it prevent Parvo, but it is a stop-gap measure to keep your dog hydrated until you start treating him with a Parvaid Gold Value Pack.

  3. We will also send more much-needed emergency measures to you via email – since your Parvaid Pack will be shipped via a FedEx Overnight service, your dog will need additional measures to help him out until your products arrive.

  4. We will help you day or night (24 x 7 customer support as you’ll have very little time to save your doggie’s life).


2 Comments so far...

Danielle hernandez Says:

26 February 2010 at 12:03 pm.

Hi i have a 6 week old boxer and a 8 week old doberman mix that have the virus i brought them to a vet and they tested posative. I am trying my best to keep them alive please help me

Admin Says:

26 February 2010 at 3:05 pm.

Danielle,

We’re sorry to hear that your dogs have Parvo.

The first thing you should do is to order a Parvo Treatment Kit, and in the meantime, get them started on the Parvo Emergency Tea.