Vet has restricted water for the pup suffering from parvo, is that okay?
The pup is thirsty and wanting to drink water but the vet has asked me not to let him drink water or eat anything, he is on IV since 2 days and the vomiting and bloody diarrhea hasn't stopped.
I'm not a vet but that seems like the exact opposite thing to do. Maybe he told you that to stop the virus from feeding? I suggest u call and ask him to explain it better to u.
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