Parvaid Parvo treatment review

Rotties are prone to Parvo

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Puppies with Parvo may have hope!

Parvo is a devestating disease that affects in particular puppies. A puppy affected with Parvo has slight chances of survival. The consistent vomiting and diarrhea will take a toll for the worse on a puppy with an already vulnerable immune system. The puppy will dehydrate pretty quickly and drinking may further cause stomach upset and further vomiting. For this reason it is better to offer ice chips.

A dehydrated puppy will quicky therefore, become lethargic and his skin on the back and shoulder blades will not snap back in seconds when lifted. Rather, it will return into position slowly or worse will remain lifted up.

Chances of survival are slim and most puppies require immediate IV fluids and medications to beat the odds. These expenses involved with putting an IV line plus the hospitalization can easily amount to thousands of dollars.

With this tough economy many people may opt to put the poor puppy down. This is where Parvaid comes into place. When people were unable to afford veterinary care, they opted to give Parvaid a try, hoping in a miracle. With an 85% success rate when Parvaid was supplied early enough, the miracle may be closer to reality.

Parvaid has many success stories from its website, and with a bottle costing less than 50$ it certainly will not hurt to give it a try, if the prohibitive costs of veterinary care are not a choice.

Parvaid may be found in some pet stores that supply Amber Technology products.It is best to call in advance, prior to heading out the door. The product may not be easy to find. Parvaid may also be shipped via mail order. But when time is the essence this may not be a good option.

Parvaid is recommended to be used with Vibactra Plus for a better treatment choice. The use of Parvaid will not hurt the puppy if he has another gastro-intestinal issue not related to Parvo. Parvaid is a natural remedy made of Peppermint, Spearmint, Chamomille, Plantain, Echinacea and serval other herbs.

Parvaid may also be used as a preventative for dogs that were just exposed to other dogs sick with Parvo. 

Parvo is truly, a devestating disease. My friend's dog had to be put down because she could not afford the vet trip. While Parvaid in some cases cannot replace the fluids, electrolytes, and supportive treatments provided by your vet, it is certainly another option for those owners that are looking for an alernate treatment plan.





Amber Technology Paxxin Digestive & Immune Support for Dogs, 1 oz
Amber Technology Paxxin Digestive & Immune Support for Dogs, 1 oz

arvaid: ULTRA CONCENTRATED! An aid for Parvo, vomiting, diarrhea (bloody), loss of appetite, gas, bloat and intestinal cramping. This formula can also be used as a preventative to stimulate and support the immune system when a dog may have been exposed to any health threatening condition (rather like an all natural "herbal immunization").

 

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Mark 7 years ago

While the information in this article may have been correct at the time it was first written, the Parvo virus has since evolved into a much more aggressive strain. This means that Parvaid and Vibactra Plus are no longer enough to treat this virus successfully.

The manufacturer's current requirement is for four different products, but in our experience, having dealt with over 850 cases of Parvo since March 2007, a fifth product is also required.

Also, most vaccinations are ineffective against the 2c strain (which is why we are seeing many adult dogs that may even be fully-vaccinated getting Parvo, and dying if not treated). (Not only that, Parvo shots can actually give your dog full-blown Parvo, and, like all vaccinations, will cause long-term health issues such as a weakened immune system, chronic inflammation and cancer.)


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alexadry 7 years ago from USA Author

Thanks for the update, I am very fond of  various products produced by Amber Technology. Indeed this article was written more than a year ago. Therefore, it seems like the  best up to date  combination would  consist of the following kit: Parvaid, Vibactra Plus, Life Cell Immune Support and Doggie Pain Relief.

I strongly agree about the consequences of over vaccinating pets, and fully applaud the AVMA for suggesting them every 3 years versus annually. 

I never heard of the Parvo shot directly giving Parvo but I heard of it in some cases lowering the pup's immune system temporarily and creating a window of opportunity for the pup to become vulnerable to Parvo. This especially seems to apply to when the shot contains the live virus (the most effective) versus the killed version. However, I would still highly recommend these series of shots for all puppies.

I really appreciate your comments  as I was not aware of these new products. Kind regards,

Alexadry


Tonya 6 years ago

Does not work


Guest 5 years ago

Parvaid works!!!! If you cant afford the Vet bills, give it a try. It saved my dog!


Doug 4 years ago

Within two day's of starting Parvaid along with plain Pedialite, and Colloittal Silver my Rottie was playing, drinking, and eating. Saved me over $1100 in vet bills.


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alexadry 4 years ago from USA Author

Happy to hear Parvaid helped your puppy get better from Parvo disease!


Sue 4 years ago

I was skeptical about these products too, but when my new puppy got parvo and the vet said his chance of pulling through was very slim as he was already passing pure blood, I asked him if he thought that Parvaid would work. He suggested that I can try it or put the puppy to sleep.

Well, I bought Parvaid and Vibactral Plus and last Thursday I started the Parvaid treatment every 15 minutes for the 1st hour and then every hour and Vibactral Plus 4 times a day along with Pedialyte. At first the puppy started vomiting a lot and not keeping any liquid down, I read that if he did not keep the liquid down I could try giving him an enema but I would try that as my last resort. What I did instead, was only give the puppy a full syringe of Pedialyte every hour, as I thought giving him little liquids he would not vomit...and it worked. I did the hourly treatment for 2 1/2 days...then he started looking better, wagging his tail so I thought I would try giving him some food. I bought Pet Select refrigerated food from Walmart, which I thought looked really good and smelled even better. It had minced chicken, liver, carrot, peas and rice and I mashed/pureed everything together and started putting tiny bits into his mouth. He swallowed some of it so I left the food in his bed for him and monitored him after half hour he got up and started licking at his food. After 2 more doses he was eating on his own. I continued to give him the doses but only 4 times a day. Anyway long story short, today is Wednesday and he is up running around and playing with the cats and barking. Today, he started back on his regular diet, regular solid poop, but I am still giving him only the Vibactral plus, 4 times a day and will continue until Friday. I called my vet and gave him the good news, he was very surprised that he came back as he looked really bad when the vet saw him.

My pup had only received his 1st set of shots when he got parvo (1 week after). The vet suggested waiting a full month before he gets his other shots. We did not think he would make it but persistence, faith, hope and love not forgetting PARVAID and VIBACTRAL PLUS worked for us. We are happy to get our little one back, the vet did say after getting through this he would have a very strong immunity. So please don't give up, the products did work for us but you have to follow the instructions and forget about sleep!


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alexadry 4 years ago from USA Author

Great to hear it worked for you! Thank you for sharing and best wishes!


Erick 4 years ago

It didn't work for me and I tried all steps.


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alexadry 4 years ago from USA Author

Sorry, to hear that. Has your puppy seen the vet?


renee 3 years ago

i am wanting to use these as a preventative for a coule of our puppies

we had a case of parvo and lost a puppy to parvo and it was just horrible to see and go through...

Has anyone used this as a preventative?? really need some feed back

renee


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alexadry 3 years ago from USA Author

Renee, if you read the description for parvaid it does say it can be used as a preventive. Of course, this doesn't mean your pup can be around other puppies with parvo and not get it, I would be concerned about using the product in such a way as it's not 100% just as vaccines and other products can't be. Here are some helpful reads; best wishes!

http://voices.yahoo.com/preventing-parvo-parvaid-2...

http://www.parvopuppy.com/prevention.htm


Daisy 15 months ago

I want to know how many drops of paxxin I can give my dog and in how many hours and for how long do I give it to him ( he is 7 months )


Jessie Harrell 2 weeks ago

Can't seem to find an answer to my question..maybe someone will react to the question if I post it n what not..so the question is "once diagnosed with the parvovirus n properly treated by the vet is it possible for that dog after treatment to get parvo again?!?


Jessie Harrell 2 weeks ago

Is it possible to transmit the parvo to a dog that was diagnosed with the virus after being treated by the vet?!?


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alexadry 8 days ago from USA Author

Jessie, from what I heard, it is difficult because the dog has built antibodies, but it is still possible if the dog's antibody titer is not high enough to fight-off an infection with a higher viral load thanwhat the immune system can handle.

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