3months puppy who have parvo

I have a 3 month old Golden Retriever puppy who currently has parvo. We brought her to the vet and she stayed for 4 days for treatment. The vet said we could take her home and monitor her. He asked us to feed small amounts of food consisting of white rice or chicken breast. She can walk slowly, stand, and even bark.

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She has already stopped vomiting and having diarrhea. She can drink water by herself, but refuses to eat by herself. Most of the time she is sleeping. My concern is will she be OK? Is this normal for the recovery stage? I still report her situation to the vet and they say it is normal. I am just worried for my baby.

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October 7, 20180 found this helpful

This is normal. As long as she is drinking that is good

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October 8, 20180 found this helpful

Sounds like you are on the right track!! Will send up lots and lots of prayers for your pup!! Every pup, like every human is different and recover faster or slower than others!!

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It is absolutely critical to follow your vet's advice to a "t" and keep an eye on the pup and any changes for the worse, contact the vet ASAP.

Remember to tell her you love her lots and shower her with positive thoughts and prayers!! They really do help!! We know parvo survivors and you would never know they had been so ill. Every one of them was nursed back to health with the care of the vet and the love of their human family!

Sending up lots of good wishes from me too!! Let me know how she does!!!

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October 9, 20180 found this helpful

she is getting better now.can walk around the house, start to be playful, amount of food she taken is increasing. really happy that she is doing well

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October 8, 20180 found this helpful

It sounds to me like she is starting to recover. Those are all good signs.

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Watch her for any changes and report any that concern you to your Vet. Recovery is not quick so be patient with her and yourself.

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October 8, 20180 found this helpful

It sounds to me like she is starting to recover. Those are all good signs. Watch her for any changes and report any that concern you have to your Vet. Recovery is not quick so be patient with her and yourself.

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October 10, 20180 found this helpful

she is getting better but still weak. amount of food she taking porridge blend with chicken breast (suggest by the vet) is slighty increasing but she is getting bored. anyway i ask the vet they say i can feed her a little amount of dog food. will try feed her later. thanks for all the reply. hope she get better soon

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October 10, 20180 found this helpful

Prayers continue!!! Just keep up the good work!!! Surround her with lots and lots of love and positive and keep following the vet's advice!! GET WELL SOON TO THE PUPSTER!!

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October 22, 20180 found this helpful

thanks for all the prayer my baby is now poop pee sleep eat drink normally and she is getting playful and naughty again just that when she sick she loss so much weight so she still skinny now but eat well. so happy to see her improving everyday

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October 22, 20180 found this helpful

So happy to hear!!! Prayers continue for all!!!

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November 10, 20180 found this helpful

I think as long as your furbaby drinks water and doesnt dehydrate, you should be okay. Again, even if your pup is eating off your hand.

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But the fact that she has a small appetite, youre on the right track. I know you love your baby, like I love mine. And sometimes we just need reassurance. Xx

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