Dog owners in certain areas of south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales are being urged to get their doggos vaccinated for parvovirus. This is because many cases of the canine disease have been reported in the past months.
– Parvovirus cases in dogs have spiked in some parts of Australia.
– Dog owners are urged to have their dogs vaccinated.
– Some of the symptoms of parvovirus are…
The Animal Emergency Service diagnosed 40 cases of parvovirus beginning January this year when the total of parvovirus cases for the whole of last year was 58. Dr. Brooke Schampers said that it is one of the worst spikes they have seen but the disease is fortunately easily preventable that is why dog owners should check their vaccination schedule to ensure their doggos are protected.
Some of the symptoms of parvovirus are loss of appetite and vomiting. Parvovirus is deadly because it can attack the lining of the intestines and bone marrow of doggos.
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