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How to prevent Canine Parvo in advance?

2024-01-31

CPV, a highly contagious virus primarily affecting the gastrointestinal tract of dogs.After the dog is infected with small dogs, it is necessary to pay great attention to prevention and auxiliary diagnosis in advance, and do not delay the opportunity for treatment.

HOW IT'S SPREAD

Coming into contact with:

Other dogs:Close interaction with an infected dog.

People:Sharing items like food bowls, crates, or toys.

Environments/Faeces: Exposure to areas with infected feces or contaminated surfaces.


Symptoms of Canine Parvovirus (CPV)

Smelly bloody diarrhoea:Persistent and frequent Vomiting,Often bloody and foul-smelling.

Most deaths:Extreme tiredness and weakness,Lethargic.

Fever:Elevated body temperature.

Rapid weight loss:Refusal to eat or drink.


Prevention Measures:

Vaccination: Administer core vaccines, especially for puppies.

Limited Contact: Avoid interaction with unknown or sick dogs.

Isolation: Keep infected dogs separate from healthy ones.

Hygiene and Sanitation: Regular cleaning and disinfection of living spaces.

Quarantine: Implement a quarantine period for newly acquired dogs.


How to prevent

Of course, vaccinating dogs is the best way to prevent canine parvovirus infection. Puppies should try to avoid contact with other dogs until they have completed the entire vaccination.

Be careful where you walk your dog in public.

Stock up on some small dog test kits at home in advance, and test and seek medical attention as soon as possible if there are circumstances.