17 March 2010

Parvo Emergency Tea Recipe – What It Is … And What It Isn’t

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The Canine Parvo virus very often strikes at the worst possible moment (although there’s never a good time for your pup to be stricken by the Parvo virus, of course) – you may find it’s 3:00am on a Sunday morning, and the vet’s center is not open.

So, what can you do?

You may already be aware that dogs suffering from Parvo are going to dehydrate extremely fast, which explains why veterinarians will likely hook them up to an IV drip; however, IV drips ordinarily are not items you’ll be able to simply purchase at your local supermarket.

Of course, if you don’t know about the dangers associated with lack of fluids, a fast bit of research on the internet will certainly soon give you the information you’re looking for.

The good news is that there is a home hydration therapy that is, in the vast majority of cases, at least as valuable as intravenous fluids as well as subcutaneous fluids …

… and it’s known as the Parvo Emergency Tea Recipe.

What is it?

It is something you can make in your own home, using ingredients you’ll be able to purchase at just about all respectable grocery stores and/or drug stores, and it’s designed to do two or three different functions.

To begin with, it is a natural electrolyte liquid that can stop your sick pup from dehydrating. (We realize that people, and this includes vets, will recommend using Gatorade or Pedialyte for this, but our own experience indicates that both of these fluids could potentially cause extra vomiting, which is certainly the last thing you need if your doggy has got the Parvovirus.)

Second, it may really calm down any vomiting – without the need for synthetic drugs which could induce, not surprisingly, additional problems.

Finally, a few of the herbs in the Parvo Emergency Tea should help boost your doggie’s immune system, which will certainly be under heavy assault from the Canine Parvovirus.

So, there are several details that you need to be aware of with the emergency tea, the most important of which is that you must administer it every single hour, and this does include both day and night, until such time as you can commence the full Parvo treatment.

In reality, you’re pretty much behaving like a human IV drip, and one of the keys to the treatment of the Canine Parvovirus is almost always to give limited amounts of liquid frequently – because dehydration is not the only danger with this virus – overhydration is as well.

However, a lot more vital than that, you need to realise that the Parvo Emergency Tea is NOT made to take care of the Parvo virus – whilst it does indeed attempt to simulate the Parvaid product using easily-obtained items, it’s not nearly strong enough to treat your suffering dog.

You must consequently NOT rely on this tea recipe for getting your suffering doggie better once more – it was created to buy you precious time and sustain him until you can get the right treatment plan up and running (and we do, not surprisingly, highly recommend the Parvo Treatment Kit).

While it is true a really small quantity of pups do appear to pull through using nothing more than the Parvo Tea (in addition to plenty of TLC), we’ve observed this occurs in roughly 0.1% of cases – which is roughly one single pet out of every thousand!

Are you willing to gamble that your family dog is the one fortunate doggie in a thousand?

We know we wouldn’t – our dogs really are way too special to us.

As a result, although we would invariably encourage you to make and give the Parvo Emergency Tea as soon as you become aware of any of the classic Parvovirus symptoms (i.e. not eating, not drinking, not playing / being lethargic, dehydration, depression, vomiting, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, chills or fever), please, for the health of your dog, make sure you get him treated immediately!

One of our customers had a doggie which died only five hours after the initial attack of diarrhea, which shows just how hostile the Canine Parvo virus has become. This is so quick that you hardly have enough time to respond, which is one of the reasons why we highly encourage all dog owners to keep a Home Parvo Treatment Kit on hand constantly – just in case.

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