Get To Know About Parvo Virus in Dogs

Parvo Virus; also known as canine parvovirus is potentially deadly. It causes an infectious gastrointestinal illness. Parvo reduces the ability to fight by lowering the white blood cell count. The virus attacks cells in dog’s intestines & stops them from being able to absorb vital nutrients.


  • Dehydration
  • Depression
  • Weakness
  • Weight Loss
  • Vomiting
  • Fever 
  • Anorexia
  • Lethargy
  • Bloody Diarrhea

Causes of Parvo Virus:

  • Direct contact through the nos & mouth with the infected poop of another dog.
  • Indirect contact: It can survive on clothing, equipment, on human skin for up to one year.


  • Young dogs between 6 weeks & 6 months old.

Taking care of such a deadly virus will be by taking a few steps which can help your pet from it: cleaning your dog properly and taking them for a walk in a clean path or a road. Receiving a proper course of parvovirus is important: given in a series of 3 shots: 6-8 weeks old, 10-12 weeks old & 14-16 weeks old. The incubation period is of 3-7 days!

So, pet parents! Keep your pet healthy 7 away from all the viruses & giving them proper supplements so that they can fight the virus healthily. Check out AminAvast for dogs here:


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