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Caring for a Puppy with Parvo

My puppy has parvo. We went to the vet and got the IV and the antibiotics. My question is what process will I be going through with her? Will she be throwing up often? What can I do to help her though this? Today is the 3rd day of her sickness. I gave her the nausea medicine this morning, but she's throwing up close to every hour now. Also she has only gone number 2 once today and it was a bit runny. Should I be worried that she is not going? She has also gone pee once too.

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November 7, 20170 found this helpful

Parvo

Step 1
It takes a few weeks for a dog to recover completely.

Step 2
You can expect runny stool and vomiting.

Step 3
It is more important that the dog drinks. If she doesn't, call the vet.

Step 4
No solid food until vomiting/diarrhea stops for 24 hours.

Step 5
Your dog will be tired.

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November 7, 20170 found this helpful

The first 72 to 96 hours are the worst for the dog. Basically, all you can do is keep her on the IV, make sure she has fluids, give her the medication and make her comfortable. You should start to see a change in your dog around the 4th day.

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Until the dog has stopped vomiting and having running stools it is best to keep them on liquids only. After you see the dog has stopped vomiting you can start her on 1 to 2 tablespoons of a bland diet. This is cooked white rice or even some cook pasta. Keep giving her plenty of fluids and make sure she is drinking some water. If you don't see a change by the 4th day, I'd call the vet and see if you need to take her back in for another shot. Just keep a close eye on her and monitor how often she is drinking.

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November 14, 20170 found this helpful

Caring for dog with parvo.

Step 1
Keeping them hydrated is the main thing.

Step 2
Be sure he drinks some water even only small amounts.

Step 3
Feed the dog bland food so they can keep it down.

Step 4
Anti-nauseous meds for his stomach stop vomitting and help your dog to eat.

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Step 5
It takes about a week or two for your dog to hold down food.

Step 6
If the vomitting and loose stools get worse contact a vet.

Step 7
Watch out if people bring there dog's over it is highly contagious.

Step 8
Clean everything with bleach once your dog is over it.

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