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I've only heard of bleaching down the yard where the pup has peed/pooped/barfed, but not sure it would kill the virus. Grass & everything else would be destroyed, but that parvo virus would be hard to eradicate. But then again many rescues have parvo pups in their homes and continue to take on fosters without constantly having pups get parvo. Odd how it affects some and not others.
I think in a case like this an older "pup"(1yr+) would be the best bet. And make sure it is healthy, immune system is strong.
 
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