Diet Advice for a Puppy Recovering from Parvo

My six month old puppy is recovering from parvo. What kind of diet should she be on?



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June 17, 20090 found this helpful

I am sure that the vet that treated your dog would be happy to give suggestions. I had one that would get sick often, but not with Parvo, and our vet always said to feed mild foods, like soft boiled chicken, unseasoned, use the thigh meat, and yogurt. He just had a regular stomach virus. I would check with your vet though.

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June 18, 20090 found this helpful

We gave my moms toy poodle baby food and pedialite on suggestion from vet, till he was ready for more.

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September 19, 20090 found this helpful

I am nursing a puppy back from Parvo right now, and he has been doing well after seeing the Vet and getting medication to stop to vomiting, and giving him Pedialyte every 2-3 hours for the past 24 hours. Our Vet told us that we needed to start him on Chicken broth for the frist couple days after he is keeping water down without aid of his anit-vomiting medication.


We are suppse to give him this for a couple days then start him on a diet of plan foods. If he will eat his dry high-quality pupppy food that wold be best. If not then boiled chicken or blan food until his bowl movements are normal again.

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