Another parvovirus outbreak is expected to affect a lot of doggos in the Canberra area. Dog owner are now being warned about the possible deadly disease.
– In Canberra, there is a parvovirus outbreak.
– Man veterinary clinics have already confirmed that they have seen many cases in the past weeks.
– Parvovirus can be deadly for pups aged six weeks to six months.
Multiple veterinary clinics have urged to have their doggos vaccinated because there have been a lot of cases recorded in the Canberra area. The doggos that are mostly affected are those between six weeks and six months old. Parvovirus spreads in doggos when there is contact with an infected dog’s poo or vomit. The symptoms to look out for are vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, and the like. In extreme cases, doggos may die from parvovirus.
Dog owners must be cautious because a vet said that the disease can stay in the ground even for more than six months.
Doggos that are infected should be treated with antibiotics and other drugs.
Read the helpful article by Andrew Brown here – https://www.canberratimes.com.au/