My dog is fighting parvo now she is on day 6 she had blood in her pee and poop
and it smelt like parvo I took her to the vet I am doing everything the vet has told me to do my question is she is on day 6 had the blood in her pee and poop but it is no longer there is this a good thing she isnt eating or drinking on her own but we are still giving her iv fluids for 3 mor days and I am force feeding her chicken rice and broth with chunks of rice and chicken and she is keeping it down just wondering if this is a good thing and if you think she will make it she can stand and walk and hold her head on her own? please help me I have been looking for hours.
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