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Preventing a Dog from Getting Parvo?

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I just brought home 3 puppies from my local shelter. I have a 1 year old Sheltie and want to make sure she is safe, if in fact these puppies come down with parvo or any other viruses.

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By Brandi from TX

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February 23, 20100 found this helpful

Keep the area where the new pups are staying sanitized often and see they get their Parvo shots.

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February 25, 20100 found this helpful

If the puppies came from a shelter, the shelter should have done most of the required vaccinations. Check with them to find out what your new puppies medical histories contain.

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February 25, 20100 found this helpful

Agree with the other posters who already mentioned most shelters not releasing pups until they have their first round of shots; beyond that, you should really take any new pup to your own vet within a week to have it checked over and schedule the rest of the shots it needs to have to stay healthy.

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