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Just wanted to post a site for a parvo treatment, I don't sell it I used it and my puppy is well now. I've posted sbout it on some other boards with more of the story, check it out at www.ambertech.com
-- Thumper (email@example.com), October 17, 2001
I just had to say I have used the Parvaid that you are referring to and my puppy, who I thought was going to die is recovering nicely thanks to the people at Ambertech. Please if your pup has parvo and you think there is no hope call these people they really can help.
-- J.KEith (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 21, 2002.
I am a distributor of the Parvaid. I also have a website for people who want answers to the so many questions on Parvo. It is at www.terriesparvopage.com If you need help battling this virus, I CAN help you!! I have lost 2 puppies to this virus and successfully beat it with my daughters puppy who is now a full grown MOOSE! He is Rott and shepard and has fully recovered. You can see him also on the site. I TRULY believe that if it hadnt been for the Parvaid and the wonderful people at Ambertech, he would have died. I have now researched this deadly virus and have found hard to find answers and solutions other then death. Please check out the site. Even if you dont want to try the Parvaid, I give emotional support also. There are pictures of survivors of the virus on there also! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE read my site before putting down your beloved pet!!
-- Terrie Dubois (email@example.com), November 08, 2002.
Hi there all - I also came across a great treatment for Parvo. My dog a spaniel/sheppard mix came down with the virus and I treated her with Parvo Herbal Treatment and she is now fully recovered. The product is found on the site www.parvotreatment.com From what I've researched it is important to start treating your pet ASAP if you notice the symptoms. I also read that breeds with black coats are more suseptible to the virus for some reason. Hope your pet never has to experience the illness, but if so it's good to know there are a couple of different products that seem to help and in my case the treatment I used definitely helped my dog.
-- T.H. (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 16, 2003.
I started a rescue group called Rescue Paws, we were going to specialize in puppies, we have shut down due to the fact that our second litter of 9 seven week old puppies we rescued got Parvo. We have have them on subcutaneous IV's and antibiotics, they are also on Metoclopramide and Cimetidine. My house really looks like a Parvo ward, we have not taken any chances, as soon as a puppy vomits or poops weird, we start them right away on the meds and isolate him/her from the rest, now everyone is pretty much in a separate pen. So far 3 of the 9 are doing great, the others are at various stages of recovery. I have a question, two of our puppies have had relapses, they seemed to get a whole lot better and then suddenly, they are vomiting all over again. I do not feed them real food until they can show me they do not vomit for at least 12 hours. One of my little guys was feeling all better, he hadn't had a vomit or poop episode in about 12 hours, and he was running around like a mad man, playing and all, so I offered him some boiled chicken and rice this morning, he did not take it, and he progressively got worse during the course of the day, right now he not only vomited yellow clear stuff, but also pooped somewhat clear stuff.
So my question: Is it normal in Parvo to have relapses? Can a puppy start to get better then fall back again? If so, what can be causing this?
Also, my big guy "Tex", he was one of the first to get symptoms and he has not come out of it yet, some times he looks as if he is pleading with me to end his suffering, and then all of a sudden he makes some kind of movement, like he walks toward the edge of the crate, wags his tail or sits up. I am confused by this, he has not had a "parvo poop" or "Parvo vomit" since yesterday, but he has not bounced back like the other ones. What could be happening here?
One other question, once they recover, can they catch it again?
I will not give up! I am determined to save all nine of them! Please help me with any information you may have.
Thank you for any help you can offer
-- Patty Dellinger (email@example.com), June 19, 2003.
Patty: have your dogs or pups been actually diagnosed with Parvo by a vet. To my understanding, once the canine has recovered it is difficult for them to acquire the disease again. If they are getting it again their immune system probably has not had an opportunity to build a defense against the virus if they are constantly around other dogs who are infected. You should definitely quarantine your dogs seperately from the animals who have recovered. I tried the parvo herbal treatment at WWW.PARVOTREATMENT.COM months ago and my dog has not displayed any of the symptoms since recovering but then there are no other dogs around either for her to come in contact with.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 15, 2003.
Parvo Herbal Treatment at www.parvotreatment.com is a great parvo treatment.
-- Lisa Sykes (email@example.com), August 12, 2003.
Thank you Jesus. Thank you Parvaid. I had a Beautiful White German Shepherd male. I lost him. New puppy, purebred German Shepherd female. Parvo also, after extensive reading online. I found Parvaid seller in Athens Ohio. 3hours away I drove the morning from Dayton Ohio, had my puppy with me, administered while in the car, she was better in about 3doses, approximately 3 hours (1 per hour mixed with Pedialyte) Thank you, she is healthy and chewing everything into oblivion.
-- Maryann Stitt (MsBookie8@yahoo.com), December 11, 2003.
hi, my name is Augusta delisi and I have had some nasty experiences with parvo. I am 14 years old and my family and I have a dog rescue... Augies doggies rescue. we are basically just a family run business trying to save dogs from kill shelters and and dog pounds in WV, Oh, Va etc.where they would otherwise be killed. we have driven anywhere from 2 - 6 1/2 hours away to save dogs. My first rescue i ever organized was september 14 and I was only 12. I begged my parents to take me down to Philippi, WV (which is 2 1/2 hours away from my PA home) so we can bring back some dogs in a dog pound before they could be euthanized. well a few days later I found out about a no kill shelter that would be willing to take some "puppies"... well we went to the shelter and came home with 8 large puppies out of that young "puppy stage" that were jumping over the seats , puking, eating everything and pooping all over our mini ven. it was crazy! we took all seven to the no kill shelter and brought one home with us to give it to a lady who my dad works with. the puppy was a very laid back wonderful behaved puppy, almost to good to be true. I mean for a rotweiler/ sheperd puppy at the age of 6 - 8 weeks old (to young to be away from its mom anyway!)should be a rambunctious puppy. but not this one. she was the cutest little pup ever! she was very curious and would be ok, but after 2 minutes of being set down she would whimper and want to be held. she also slept a lot too and her breathing was very heavy.she stayed over night with us and would not eat anything. of course we knew something was not right. probably just a little virus or something. boy was I wrong... she the lady still wanted to adopt her.the next day I recieved a call from the lady that was fostering her before and said her littermates all came down with parvo - a horrible disease in poorly kept animal shelters, and they all were taken to the vets but it was too late. they all were slowly dying. my heart broke - I knew that this is what the "perfect" little puppy had. parvo was too expensive for "Ava's" owners to treat, so they took her home.her owners stayed with her on a cloudy thursday when little Ava went to the rainbow bridge. It has been a year around 1 1/2 years since then and I have now became a parvo expert! when I found out about Parvaid and parvoguard, and all the success stories, my heart lit up - I found out that there was finally a way to stop this disease that has killed thousands of beautiful pups just like Ava. I am so disappointed in all the vets that have told me that parvo cannot be treated. only If I had known about parvaid and parvoguard - I think maybe i could have saved her~ well i guess she is in a much better place now free of pain. I am also happy to say that last march we drove to VA and save the "pups with 9 lives" as I called them. Lucky and chance were their names. the poor pups were abandoned in a dumpster - had horrible mange and worst of all had parvo. lucky had been ok but chance was a skeleton! and to make a long story short, a wonderful lady found them, treated them and thats when i found out about them and we drove 6 1/2 hours to get them. now they have great lives! they just did not want to give up! please, if you think your pup has parvo, get him treated immediately...and spay and neuter your pets! please go to www.hometown.aol.com/pupsaver247/Augiesdoggies.html to find out more information about my rescue and the wonderful success stories!
-- Augusta marie Delisi (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 05, 2004.
My little toy poodle has been with the virus for the last 4 days. I am going on the 5th day of parvo today. I feed him with a syringe pedialyte. The first day he was just down and not willing to eat. The second day he was bad vomit puke everywhere. The third day I kept on giving him pedialyte every hr. The 4th day a little bit better no puking what so ever. Tonight marks the 5th day of parvo as I was calling him to give him pedialyte the little dog ignored my syringe and he headed out to his bowl of food and started eating like never ever before. He ate and then I gave him 2 syringes of pedialyte after he hate he wagged his tail and went back to sleep. I was so excited that I was calling everyone to let them know that my dog got up on his own to eat his food. I been reading up on parvo website through website. To be honest I hate dogs.... but the little dog belongs to my daughter and my daughter is with her mother and her mother can't keep the dog in her condo. So I'm taking full responsiblity of the critter make me a dog lover now. You have to be affectionate to the dog also take him to the vet... The dog been taking 4 tablets a day of amoxcillin and amforal and his syringe of pedialyte. So far not alot of puking and no diaherrea. I hope this dog gets back on his heels because my daughter which is three feels for him everytime she comes and sees him. Today she was cradling him under her arms and telling the little munchkin that he was going to be okay... by the way his name is NEMO my daughter named him that. I hope he survives just like all the websites have said... that if he survives 4 to 5 days he has a better chance of survival. I have been pushing for the last 2 days feeding him giving him the proper care .... I hope any dog with parvo a fast recover, because when this dog was not sick all I did was complained about the munchkin being a tazmania devil.. and now I wish he was that and more.
-- Benny Rod (email@example.com), March 15, 2004.
I am trying with all I have to find information to help my poor Koda. He has been very listless the past 3 days (though yesterday he was playing, which was good) and I can get him to drink. Today he is laying out in the yard and can't seem to get up. I put his food and water by him and will be getting Pedialyte when my wife gets home. He is an Akita and is about 6-7 months old. My whole family has bonded immensely with him and I am in tears just trying to type this. If anyone has suggestions other than the vet (I cannot afford it at all, or I would be there now) please email me and let me know. All I can do is give him my love and prayers and try some Pedialyte for now...
-- David Daly (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 24, 2004.
HI. SOOO SORRY ABOUT YOUR POOCH. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY HORRIBLE VIRUS. CONFINE HIM INSIDE IF POSSIBLE, BLEACH YOUR BACK YARD WHERE HE WENT POO. THE VIRUS IS SPREAD WIDELY THROUGH FLIES. USE THREE PARTS WATER TO ONE PART BLEACH. EVERY TIME HE THROWS UP OR POO'S, BLEACH IT. USE THE PEDIALITE WITH A SYRINGE, TRY TO GET YOUR HANDS ON SOME PEDIARTIC AMOXICILLIAN (LIQUID IS BEST. DON'T FEED HIM FOR THE NEXT DAY. THE LESS VOMIT OR DIAREAH, THE BETTER. THE LESS ACTIVITY, THE BETTER. TRY TO STAY WITH HIM, AND CLEAN HIS POO AND VOMIT QUICKLY AFTER HE GOES. THIS KEEPS THE CHANCES DOWN OF HIM STAYING INFECTED. WASH YOU HANDS WITH THE BLEACH SOLUTION, AND YOUR CLOTHES IN REGULAR WASH WHEN YOU COME INTO CONTACT WITH HIS SECRETIONS. THIS WIIL KEEP IT FROM SPREADING. BEWARE..THIS CAN SPREAD TO OTHER ANIMALS FROM YOUR SHOES OR HANDS IF YOU COME IN CONTACT WITH THEM. LIKE GOING TO SOMEONE'S HOME THAT HAS PETS. GOOD LUCK, DON'T GIVE UP. COLD BABY WIPES ON THIER TUMMIES, AND SNOUT OR HEAD SEEMS TO HELP CALM THEM. ALSO, WHEN HE STARTS TO FEEL BETTER, FEED SMALL MEATBALLS (DIME SIZE, QUARTER IF THEY ARE A LARGE BREED) EVERY TWO TO THREE HOURS) FOR TWO DAYS. SMALL DOSES, SLOWLY. TRY TO USE A LOW RESIDUE WET FOOD, THEN INTERGRATE LOW RESIDUE DRY IN ABOUT THREE DAYS, FOR TWO WEEKS. GRADUALLY BEGIN YOUR REGULAR DOG FOOD AFTER THAT.
-- JULIE RENN (JULWITNAN@AOL.COM), April 20, 2004.
I don't have an answer, I have questions. My year old German Shepherd, Max is a parvo survivor. He was diagnosed at around twelve weeks of age (five days after I adopted him). Everything I have read about parvo indicates that once a pup recovers he is ravenous and wants to eat a lot......not so in Max's case. Although he is extremely energetic and playful, and normal in every other way, eating is, or should I say, me trying to get him to eat is a twice a day torture event for both of us. He does not eat voluntarily on his own, I have tried every commercial dog food known to man, I have cooked for him, I have searched the net for answers to no avail. Some days I am able to hand feed him and some days not. Any ideas, help me please.
-- Marilyn White (email@example.com), May 02, 2004.
I am a registered nurse and I have had a recent experience with the Parvo virus. I have a German Shepherd puppy who contracted Parvo at 7 weeks. She has just gotten over it today and started eating. I have used the same treatment on two other of my friends dogs; prior to mine getting sick. This treatment works. My first shepherd had parvo 2 years prior and died from it (After spending $2000 at the vet).. This is what my friends, and myself have used at about $50. and all the dogs are still alive.
First of all, go to any Animal Feed store. I go to Ray's feed on 7th ave/Baseline. They stock every known antibiotic and IV fluids WITHOUT a prescription and CHEAP.
1.) I used Lactated Ringers ($12) and did it Subcutaneous (behind the scruff of the kneck) Since mine was 5 lbs, I used 250 ml's Twice a day. (You can learn in-depth how to do this; on line) and purchase everything at the feed store.
2.) I gave my puppy Nutristat Puppy Supplement ($5) every four hours. It is a sticky paste that you can squirt on your fingure and physically place on your dogs tongue. 1/2 inch every four is enough to supplement for a non-eating puppy and has protein and fat and vitamins. Plus since it is such a small amount, the puppy doesn't throw it back up.
3.) ICE (free), lots of ICE. Puppies love crushed ice. I would put some in a small bowel with some pedialyte and my dog would actually drink it!!
4.) PEDIALYTE ($3.50), a must have! Use instead of regular water.
5.) Water soluble bacterial antibiotic..($7.99) It comes in a yellow package..Starts with an L. I am not at home to read the package, but if you email me, I will give you the exact name. You get it from the feed store. I put it in my puppies water, Ice cubed water, pedialyte and eventually wet food, when she started eating. It kills E. Coli and cures almost all enteritis' and pneumonias.
6.) Anti diarrhea pills ($2.79). Yes, the one we use for humans. I got the generic pills that had loperamide 2mg and gave the puppy a whole pill (they are quite small) dipped in butter. I did this every 12 hours. And it slowed down the waterey diarrhea and helped save my puppies life~
7.) cimetidine~ This is actually from the vet. It decreases the amount of acid produced in the stomach, and protects against intestinal ulcers.. I had some left over from my cat and used it on the puppy. Peptobismal does the same thing..
8.) PARVOGUARD...($34) You order it from on-line. It's an herbal remedy that claims to kill the virus; It takes about 2 days to arrive. I mixed it in with the pedialyte once a day. I don't know if it truly works, but why not try it??
-- Erin (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 16, 2004.
No matter what your vet tells you: DO NOT use Reglan (Metoclopramide) It makes the Parvo virus worse. It CAUSES diarrhea by increasing stomache emptying/thus causing you/puppy to go to the bathroom more. The whole idea is to STOP the water-like diarrhea, not increase it! If you need something for the nausea, ask for phenergan or compazine instead.
-- Erin (email@example.com), May 19, 2004.
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-- vikram kumar (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 11, 2004.
I have to agree emphatically with one thing I saw on this page...SUBCUTANEOUS REHYDRATION!!! No matter what kind of animal you have..even reptiles....and no matter what disease they have,(other than fluid overload or some types of kidney failure) this alone can save their life. Dehydration=shock=death....period. Learn how to use sterile techniques and keep the supplies around at all times. Any vet should be happy to sell you not only the Lactated Ringers but the IV tubing and various sizes of needles as well. And if you travel with your animals take it with you! I'm sure the nurse who posted will agree that the three most important things you can ever do or have on hand is warmth,oxygen and hydration for a catostrophic illness or accident. Subcutaneous fluids can even save the life of a severly bleeding animal...at least long enough to get them to a vet. Believe me....a space blanket and a bag of Ringers can be the difference between life and death. (but please,please do this one right..don't try to save money,don't ever reuse needles or tubing and NEVER use plain or non-sterile water)
And as for Parvo....learn the truth about how immunity works and vaccinate your animals! Some vets do not even understand the complexities of proper immunization. It is critically important to understand how vaccines and pregnancy work when buying puppies and make a breeder PROVE to you that they are following a proper program for their bitches as well as the puppies. Rather your buying pure bred show dogs or getting a free puppy from a friend...make them show you the paper work and convince you that they understand how to vaccinate if they are doing it themselves.
One more tip....don't leave dog food sitting outside for any length of time. If the dog doesn't eat it immediately throw it away. If you have ever had active Parvo on your property all it takes is flies to spread it to your dogs food...even if the dog never goes outside!
-- Lorraine (email@example.com), July 12, 2004.
Actually a Question: my puppy (2 1/2 has parvo, supposedly he's over the hump. Brought him home last nite from the hospital, cleaned my home thoroughly w/bleach & boought pedialyte, nutritional supplement for the dog & high protein dog food. He ate last nite ok, but then upchucked a little. This morning he's not really goin near the food, but drinking the pedialyte. Does this Parvaid Really work? i would like someone to give me a serious answer & not a distributor or salesperson, just a serious honest answer, i don't want to have false expectations. thank you.
-- Martha (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 22, 2004.
Just AN UPDATE, as I realize how rude of me not to finish my story to my situation w/my pup. Thank God he survived. I honestly can't say if Parvaid helped, but honestly, the company was extremely prompt in sending it out to me, and I feel it is a good thing for your dogs/pups. The situation was beginning to appear bleak, as he looked like he was on his death bed, depressed, shaking, teary eyed, still upchucking, still soft stools, and not eating. At that point, my boyfriend stated, with the other siblings from the litter dying, we should just put him down. The Vet asked us if we could just wait one more night/day, it was paid for anyways, it was just so hard to decide at that time, didn' t want this pup to suffer, or us havin false hope for nothing. Well, thank god the next day he got healing quickly, was responding, eating some, upchucked only once, and no stools ofcourse, was perky and no tears. Till this day is doing well.
I made a friend from the internet, and exchangd stories. Her pup was in the same situation, but unfortunately the outcome was sad. What I want to say is that we don't know how long these animals have been infected, once you receive them from the breeder, they could be perfectly healthy, or in early stages, or maybe deep in, its hard to determine, and taking them to the Vet, well it can't always be detected right away (Parvo), so in those situations, i want to encourage people to just keep on trying, till you finally know for yourself, even if the outcomes is grim, at least you gave it your all.
-- Martha (email@example.com), August 03, 2004.