I have a 6 week old female border collie/husky/golden retriever puppy with Parvo.
She started showing signs 4 days ago so got her to a vet right away & tested + for parvo. She's on Biomox & Cerenia for nausea, which has stopped the vomiting, and there is no diahhrea, nor has there been blood in any of her 3 stools which have all been solid & grainy w a little mucous. Giving her pedialite & water every 1/2 hr. she is playing & barking in small bursts & even running around.
Can anyone tell me if my dog is going to be ok? She is my baby, an I absolutely adore her. I'm going to get her certified as my service dog when he is old enough.
Best energies toward my little Dabs. <3
No one can tell you for sure, but those are some wonderful signs. I've gone through the good and bad with parvo in rescues we've gotten and usually when stool starts going back to normal it is a very good sign. Good luck for your little one!
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