Treating House After Dog Had Parvo

My dog is in her 4th day of parvo today. I'm taking care of her at home doing everything I can for her. She has been everywhere in my room and still sleeps with me because she cries when in the cage. I haven't let her out of my room since she started showing symptoms, but I'm sure it's tracked all over my house. It is pretty impossible not to. I can't bleach everything. I was wondering what I need to do when she heals to keep her from catching it again. She is 10 weeks old and has had no vaccinations.

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February 9, 20170 found this helpful

the vet told us bleach water

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February 9, 20171 found this helpful

I read that once dogs catch parvo they can't catch it again , is that false ?

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February 10, 20170 found this helpful

A very easy online search for "how to clean after parvo" produces many answers. You can try a search yourself and this helpful site:

www.dogforums.com/.../27870-parvo-clean-up.html

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February 10, 20171 found this helpful

I know you must love this little dog as it is certainly no fun dealing with an animal with this type of disease. I sincerely hope she gets completely well soon.

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Here is a site that has some very clear information when dealing with Parvo and if you read the last paragraph you will see that a dog is immune after completely healed (but may still be contagious for a short period of time).

murraybridgevet.com.au/.../Parvovirus%20home%20cleanup.pdf

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March 26, 20170 found this helpful

My puppys has the squirts and they have bllod in there stool and they wont drink what do i do

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April 4, 20170 found this helpful

If the puppy is still alive take it to vet, it has parvo. If not still bleach everything. Next pet you bring in will get it. Also lime your yard helps as well. But Lysol will not disinfect the area. Sorry

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May 17, 20170 found this helpful

you must force pedialite down the throat get vet put ivee in and keep in bathtub stay dillagent sir

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May 17, 20170 found this helpful

lime intersting i bleach the bleep out of back yard and after 1000 bucks she still with us today my MAGGIE german shorthair pointer

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June 3, 20170 found this helpful

so, did the grass die...

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February 10, 20170 found this helpful

Your dog will be immune. However, other dogs that come in will not.

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So until you've followed the instructions in the articles linked above to clean your home, don't let any other dogs come to visit.

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April 10, 20171 found this helpful

your dog can still get parvo even if they have been vaccinated.

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February 10, 20171 found this helpful

You can bleach some things, but I would invest in a steamer. The hot steam kills a lot of germs, and will not ruin the items as bleach can.

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May 17, 20170 found this helpful

killed my back lawn twice and then put roll lawn out
and i think we sealed it so not ever going to dig deep and bring it up

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February 18, 20170 found this helpful

Umm first off, get her shots! There is NO reason not to.

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June 29, 20170 found this helpful

That's just stating the obvious right?? But fussing about what someone SHOULD have done is a bit pointless for helping to "cure" it right?

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Sort of how it's pointless for me to respond on your retro-active fussing A bit unhelpful on both of our parts lol =} If ya wanna actually help, give better advice & have a blessed day

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June 17, 20171 found this helpful

We were told when our two puppies got parvo that they won't catch it again because they have built up their immunities. They were both 6 months old at the time and both survived. One was worse that the other and I was force feeding him syringes of water and puppy formula. We also took him to the vet and they gave him injections of fluids, nausea, pain, and one to coat the stomach. He was really sick and I was afraid we would lose him but he survived and they said it was because I kept him hydrated. Our 6 year old yorkie did not get it and they said it's because they have their immunities after 1 year unless they have an illness that weakens their immune systems. Just make sure you keep your puppy hydrated and try puppy formula for nutrients. I've heard a small dose of pepto can help too. If you take her to the vet you will spend close to $1,000 by the end.

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