Evolving Strategies for Treating and Preventing Parvo in Shelter Dogs
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Few diseases strike as much fear in the heart of animal shelter personnel as canine parvovirus (CPV). Outbreaks can cause widespread death and suffering, and erode community goodwill the shelter depends on when seeking volunteers, adopters and donors. How can shelters prevent outbreaks of CPV? Can they really save the lives of dogs who may contract the disease or who are exposed to it?
 
Presenter: Sandra Newbury, DVM


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