WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS
Dogs that develop Parvo can begin to show symptoms in as little as three days. If your dog is fine one day and the next day is lethargic and sleeps a lot, immediately take him to the vet. Other symptoms include:
- Bloody diarrhea
- Lethargic, no energy
- Excessive vomiting
WHAT IS THE CONVENTIONAL TREATMENT
There is no known cure for Parvo and treatment is focused on supportive care, i.e. maintaining your dog's fluid levels, body temperature and balancing electrolyte levels.
Life-long vaccinations against the parvovirus is one approach to protect your dog, but the evidence is mounting that repeated vaccinations can have adverse effects on the immune system's ability to function. This is where natural remedies can help.
HOW CAN NATURAL REMEDIES HELP
More veterinarians and pet caretakers are turning to herbal and homeopathic remedies for the treatment and prevention of canine parvovirus.
Herbs such as ginger and agrimony help to provide relief from the inflammation and digestive disorders brought on by parvo and homeopathic nosodes have been used effectively as a vaccine against parvo, without the negative effects on the immune system.
Parvo-K by PetAlive
Parvo-K is a natural blend of herbal and homeopathic ingredients specially selected for the treatment of Parvovirus in dogs. Helps to reduce the symptoms of Parvo including fever, diarhea and vomiting.
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