In this month’s episode of Pet Talk, Dr. Sarah reviews one of those I’ve-heard-mentioned-before-but-don’t-know-very-much-about canine health topics, Parvovirus. Sadly, with spring comes a seasonal increase in this potentially lethal disease, so you and your pup need to be prepared. Our staff veterinarian explains what the disease is, how it’s transmitted, tips about how to hinder its spread, symptoms to look out for, as well as what to do if your dog contracts this illness. And, be sure to watch the entire video, to learn how you can prevent your sweet pup from ever getting parvo. Thanks for watching this installment of Pet Talk, and check back next month for another brand new episode.

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  • Alma Rice

    4/26/2013 9:24:46 AM |

    Thank you

  • JoAnne Rando-Moon

    5/10/2013 7:47:06 AM |

    Thank you for this video, very informative that will save lives.

  • Patty Marino

    3/27/2014 4:00:51 PM |

    I had a very sweet little puppy come down with Parvo about a year ago.  We spared no expense for her treatment. Regardless of all the best efforts she did not survive.  It just broke my heart to see her fight so hard for her life and all I could do was hold her and try to comfort her as she slipped slowly away. l still have her picture on my phone, I just can't bear to delete it.  Please make sure that your puppy gets the whole series of vaccinations. Parvo is deadly serious!

  • Marie Wolters

    4/7/2014 12:30:01 PM |

    Excellence advice! Thank you for video.

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