நாய்க் குட்டிகளை கொல்லும் பார்வோ வைரஸ் நோய் | Parvo Virus in Puppies # Puppy Series 6


This is Dr.R.KISHORE KUMAR MVSC., From Tamilnadu, In this video we are going to discuss about canine parvovirus (CPV) infection In this video we are going to discuss about canine parvovirus (CPV) infection The canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs. The canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs. The virus manifests itself in two different forms. The virus manifests itself in two different forms. The more common form is the intestinal form, which is characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss and lack of appetite (anorexia). The more common form is the intestinal form, which is characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss and lack of appetite (anorexia). The more common form is the intestinal form, which is characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss and lack of appetite (anorexia). The less common form is the cardiac form, which attacks the heart muscles of fetuses and very young puppies, often leading to death. The less common form is the cardiac form, which attacks the heart muscles of fetuses and very young puppies, often leading to death. The less common form is the cardiac form, which attacks the heart muscles of fetuses and very young puppies, often leading to death. The majority of cases are seen in puppies that are between 6 weeks and 6 months old. The majority of cases are seen in puppies that are between 6 weeks and 6 months old. The majority of cases are seen in puppies that are between 6 weeks and 6 months old. incubation period – Dogs that develop the disease show signs of the illness within 3 to 7 days. incubation period – Dogs that develop the disease show signs of the illness within 3 to 7 days. incubation period – Dogs that develop the disease show signs of the illness within 3 to 7 days. Parvo, officially known as canine parvovirus, or CPV, is a highly contagious viral disease Parvo, officially known as canine parvovirus, or CPV, is a highly contagious viral disease Parvo, officially known as canine parvovirus, or CPV, is a highly contagious viral disease Dogs who are sick or recovering from parvo pass incredibly large numbers of the virus in their feces, and virus particles can survive for months in the environment. Dogs who are sick or recovering from parvo pass incredibly large numbers of the virus in their feces, and virus particles can survive for months in the environment. Dogs who are sick or recovering from parvo pass incredibly large numbers of the virus in their feces, and virus particles can survive for months in the environment. Susceptible dogs are infected orally when they come into contact with a contaminated area. Susceptible dogs are infected orally when they come into contact with a contaminated area. Susceptible dogs are infected orally when they come into contact with a contaminated area. Puppies and young dogs who have not received all of their vaccines are at highest risk for developing parvo. Puppies and young dogs who have not received all of their vaccines are at highest risk for developing parvo. Puppies and young dogs who have not received all of their vaccines are at highest risk for developing parvo. Puppies and young dogs who have not received all of their vaccines are at highest risk for developing parvo. Symptoms of intestinal form – Severe bloody diarrhea, peeling of intestinal mucosa, Lethargy, Anorexia, Fever, ( Vomiting ,repeated vomiting with retching ) Severe weight loss Symptoms of intestinal form – Severe bloody diarrhea, peeling of intestinal mucosa, Lethargy, Anorexia, Fever, ( Vomiting ,repeated vomiting with retching ) Severe weight loss Symptoms of intestinal form – Severe bloody diarrhea, peeling of intestinal mucosa, Lethargy, Anorexia, Fever, ( Vomiting ,repeated vomiting with retching ) Severe weight loss Symptoms of intestinal form – Severe bloody diarrhea, peeling of intestinal mucosa, Lethargy, Anorexia, Fever, ( Vomiting ,repeated vomiting with retching ) Severe weight loss Symptoms of intestinal form – Severe bloody diarrhea, peeling of intestinal mucosa, Lethargy, Anorexia, Fever, ( Vomiting ,repeated vomiting with retching ) Severe weight loss The intestinal form of CPV affects the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, and an affected animal will quickly become dehydrated and weak from lack of protein and fluid absorption. The intestinal form of CPV affects the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, and an affected animal will quickly become dehydrated and weak from lack of protein and fluid absorption. The intestinal form of CPV affects the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, and an affected animal will quickly become dehydrated and weak from lack of protein and fluid absorption. The intestinal form of CPV affects the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, and an affected animal will quickly become dehydrated and weak from lack of protein and fluid absorption. The intestinal form of CPV affects the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, and an affected animal will quickly become dehydrated and weak from lack of protein and fluid absorption. cardiac form associated with sudden death due to myocardium dysfunction cardiac form associated with sudden death due to myocardium dysfunction cardiac form associated with sudden death due to myocardium dysfunction Rottweilers and Doberman dog breeds, easily can get parvo infection ( genetically susceptible to parvo viral infection ) Rottweilers and Doberman dog breeds, easily can get parvo infection ( genetically susceptible to parvo viral infection ) Rottweilers and Doberman dog breeds, easily can get parvo infection ( genetically susceptible to parvo viral infection ) Rottweilers and Doberman dog breeds, easily can get parvo infection ( genetically susceptible to parvo viral infection ) Treatment for Parvovirus-There is no antiviral drug to cure canine parvovirus, so treatment involves a lengthy hospital stay that emphasizes supportive care. Treatment for Parvovirus-There is no antiviral drug to cure canine parvovirus, so treatment involves a lengthy hospital stay that emphasizes supportive care. Treatment for Parvovirus-There is no antiviral drug to cure canine parvovirus, so treatment involves a lengthy hospital stay that emphasizes supportive care. Fluid therapy- Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Fluid therapy- Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Fluid therapy- Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Fluid therapy- Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Fluid therapy- Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Parvovirus treatment is focused on curing the symptoms and preventing secondary bacterial infections, preferably in a hospital environment. Intravenous fluid and nutrition therapy are crucial in maintaining a dogs normal body fluid after severe diarrhea and dehydration, Intravenous fluid and nutrition therapy are crucial in maintaining a dogs normal body fluid after severe diarrhea and dehydration, Intravenous fluid and nutrition therapy are crucial in maintaining a dogs normal body fluid after severe diarrhea and dehydration, Intravenous fluid and nutrition therapy are crucial in maintaining a dogs normal body fluid after severe diarrhea and dehydration, Intravenous fluid and nutrition therapy are crucial in maintaining a dogs normal body fluid after severe diarrhea and dehydration, Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. Dog medications that may be used in the treatment include drugs to curb vomiting (antiemetics), antacids, gastroprotectants, prescription pet antibiotics, and anthelmintics (vet-recommended dewormers) to fight parasites. The survival rate in dogs is about 70 percent when treated in the hospital, The survival rate in dogs is about 70 percent when treated in the hospital, The survival rate in dogs is about 70 percent when treated in the hospital, The survival rate in dogs is about 70 percent when treated in the hospital, The survival rate in dogs is about 70 percent when treated in the hospital, but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood or a severe intestinal hemorrhage Canine Parvo viral CPV- infection can be cured completely 6 TO 7 days with intensive treatment and care Canine Parvo viral CPV- infection can be cured completely 6 TO 7 days with intensive treatment and care Canine Parvo viral CPV- infection can be cured completely 6 TO 7 days with intensive treatment and care Canine Parvo viral CPV- infection can be cured completely 6 TO 7 days with intensive treatment and care Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration Management – strictly do not allow the dog to drink water, and the drinking of water,milk , will stimulate more vomiting and dehydration instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, instead of water , provide only ice cubes , if they reluctant to eat ice cubes, gently rubbing the ice cubes or gently place a one ice cube in to the dog mouth some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, some puppies may get hypothermia ( decrease in body temperature ) and may lead cold shock, in order to prevent cold shock give warm environment to the puppies by using bulbs or incubator in order to prevent cold shock give warm environment to the puppies by using bulbs or incubator in order to prevent cold shock give warm environment to the puppies by using bulbs or incubator the course of parvo viral infection is 5 to 7 DAYS, do not all him to drink water, or any liquid foods , till the vomit get stopped , Prevention of Parvo in Dogs

The best prevention you can take against CPV infection is to follow the correct protocol for vaccination. Young puppies should be vaccinated beginning at six weeks of age, with at least two vaccines after 10 weeks of age Prevention of Parvo in Dogs

The best prevention you can take against CPV infection is to follow the correct protocol for vaccination. Young puppies should be vaccinated beginning at six weeks of age, with at least two vaccines after 10 weeks of age Prevention of Parvo in Dogs

The best prevention you can take against CPV infection is to follow the correct protocol for vaccination. Young puppies should be vaccinated beginning at six weeks of age, with at least two vaccines after 10 weeks of age Prevention of Parvo in Dogs

The best prevention you can take against CPV infection is to follow the correct protocol for vaccination. Young puppies should be vaccinated beginning at six weeks of age, with at least two vaccines after 10 weeks of age and should not be socialized with unknown dogs until at least two weeks after their third vaccination. and should not be socialized with unknown dogs until at least two weeks after their third vaccination. and should not be socialized with unknown dogs until at least two weeks after their third vaccination. and should not be socialized with unknown dogs until at least two weeks after their third vaccination. Both tyson and angel has recovered completely after intensive treatment and care…..

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