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03-15-2014 10:04 AM
misslesleedavis1 I just googled it. Lol, sorry for the 3 part post but yes it seems it has a time frame from 1 to 7 months, my guess is the closer you get to 7 months the less likely it is to be alive,

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03-15-2014 10:00 AM
misslesleedavis1 You are probably okay, just wash everything and go thru the sanitation process and be extra careful!

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03-15-2014 09:58 AM
misslesleedavis1 Op,
A retired vet told me it lasted 1 to 7 months and it was a hardy virus, I dont know if the "lives longer outside" comment is true though I heard that in a doggy forum some time ago, but I do remember the vet who handled my horses and my sisters animals mentioned that to us. The bleach solution comment is tested and true it kills ebola even lol. When I did my co op placement at the humane society we used a bleach solution to clean everything, that was a long time ago. You can buy better smelling products though that are effective.

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03-15-2014 01:54 AM
Chip18
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Been there done that. One month-Five years. No one really knows. I'm just going to keep doing what I'm doing and find a cleaner for my floors

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There you go!
03-15-2014 01:13 AM
TheDakotaShow
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The OP should talk to his vet about this. (Pick up the phone - they'll probably advise you without a visit.)
Been there done that. One month-Five years. No one really knows. I'm just going to keep doing what I'm doing and find a cleaner for my floors

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03-15-2014 01:10 AM
middleofnowhere The OP should talk to his vet about this. (Pick up the phone - they'll probably advise you without a visit.)
03-15-2014 12:26 AM
Chip18 Here is an example of a Parvocide , I have no experience with them, I heard them on the Parvo threads.

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03-15-2014 12:21 AM
Chip18
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Thanks a lot, Will be reading through that thread. Ill watch the language. Hopefully a mod can edit it for me...My bad



What type of Parvo-cide products? I was talking to the vet yesterday and they said I can bring the pup to a training class after its second shots. How is that ok?
Yep in organic matter it can last for years. Sun light kills it also.
Parvovirus: Disinfecting the Environment of Parvo

Second shot is better than one, but it's still 50/50. As to the puppy class people do that all the time. Usually first shot and off to school you go! Most of the time it works out fine! I did it in the past because I had no idea my dogs were still 'potentially" at risk! I won't do it in the future.

Sorry I'm not good at yes or no answers!
03-15-2014 12:10 AM
TheDakotaShow
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1 to 7 months. its a longed lived virus also bleach solution is effective along with commercial products aiming to kill the virus (they smell better then bleach) apparently parvo commonly lasts longer in the outdoors then in doors ( not sure if that is true or here say) but it is a virus with longevity.

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Where you get your info from?

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03-14-2014 11:39 PM
misslesleedavis1 1 to 7 months. its a longed lived virus also bleach solution is effective along with commercial products aiming to kill the virus (they smell better then bleach) apparently parvo commonly lasts longer in the outdoors then in doors ( not sure if that is true or here say) but it is a virus with longevity.

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