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03-03-2014 10:22 PM
Bijgish I'm so sorry I am a novice here so I have no advice but my heart goes out to you and your pup. I can not imagine what it is like to be in your situation. Keeping u both in my prayers. Hope she pulls through.
02-28-2014 11:59 PM
Lauri & The Gang I'm not sure if you can find any in your country but I saved my Parvo pups using Colloidal Silver. I gave them CS enemas 4 times a day. I also used Parvaid and Vibactra:

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Also, Ambertech has a great self-help guide to Parvo:

http://ambertech.com/wp-content/uplo...Help_Guide.pdf
02-28-2014 09:57 PM
Curtis How are you two doing?

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02-27-2014 11:58 PM
coulter Doesn't parvo have an incubation period of 5-7 days? And your first puppy got sick within a day of bringing her home. So doesn't that mean your first puppy already had parvo when it came from the breeder? Which means the second puppy already had it too it just took longer to actually get sick. Correct me if I'm wrong
02-27-2014 08:21 PM
Nyx I am so sorry.

Breaking my heart.

Just try to make her as comfortable as possible and know that she knows you absolutely Love her.

To do everything you are for her, instead of leaving her at a hospital alone is the best thing. Even if it is killing you to see her in such a state.
02-27-2014 04:15 AM
Chip18 Oh I am so sorry. The same thing happened to us 11 years ago. I hope she makes it.
02-27-2014 04:02 AM
Newpuppyowner Yes we have been bleaching everything including towels sheets,, anything she touches or comes in contact with.. We don't let her in the yard and tonight she hasn't left her bed...

Thanks so much for all your advice
02-27-2014 04:00 AM
Newpuppyowner Today is she is worse. She seems to have develop fluid or swelling in her leg and upper joint area.. She was not put on IV today by the VET and was told that she hadn't vomited and only released one runny stool... but when I got her home,, she has done 2 watery stools and vomited twice and its only been within 2 hours.. I keep giving her 10 mils of water every 30 mins,, and a teaspoon of pureed chicken every 2 hours. I am trying to get her energy back.. she is very very flat tonight,, less energy than yesterday.. She has that look that my last puppy did in her final hours,,, I just want peace for her or health.. this in-between is just cruel..
02-27-2014 02:53 AM
Nyx I am not a Vet.

Bleach.

Clean everything.

The previous puppy introduced the virus into your home and your yard.

Bleach is the best option. Even bleaching the yard.

Because that virus can live for years in the ground( and anything else that has been exposed) and can potentially get your older dogs sick too.

I saw an Alaskan show and they used bleach in their food because they did not have a vet any where near them and they feared losing ALL the dogs before a vet could be flown to or in. I don't readily advise feeding it to your pups, but, you can ask the vet and see if they recommend a viable dose.

But I do know you need to sterilize everything and bleach is the only thing that will definitely kill Parvo.
02-26-2014 02:19 PM
RebelGSD Fluids can be administered subcutaneously as well, in case of need.
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