Do you think your dog might have parvo? Learn the signs that your pet may need treatment.

Signs your dog might have parvo:

Diarrhea & vomiting
This infection attacks the GI system leading to severe intestinal issues.
They have a fever
A normal temperature for a dog is 99.5–102.5°F - a fever is 103°F or higher.
Lethargic & Weak
Parvo kills young immune cells, leading to a decline in white blood cell count, weakening your dog.
Loss of appetite & weight loss
Weight loss is considered significant when it exceeds 10% of the normal body weight in a short period.

What is parvo?

Parvo (canine parvovirus) is a highly contagious viral disease that primarily affects dogs, especially puppies. It's spread through contact with infected feces or contaminated objects. If you think your dog may be infected with parvo, don't wait to seek treatment.

Symptoms include severe diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy, and loss of appetite, potentially leading to dehydration and death, particularly in young or immunocompromised dogs.  If you think your dog may be infected with parvo, don't wait to seek treatment.

How much does it cost to treat parvo?

Parvo treatment generally costs between $500-900. 

We accept Trupanion and have third-party financing options available should you need it. 

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