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Monoclonal Antibody Parvo Treatment in Sarasota, FL

Parvo Treatment

Canine parvovirus, commonly known as “parvo”, is a highly contagious virus that spreads through contact with contaminated feces or objects, and can persist in the environment for years.

Monoclonal Antibody treatment for canine parvovirus is a new break-through in veterinary medicine, and offers a significantly increased survival rate in parvo patients. The treatment works best when administered as early as possible after a confirmed diagnosis, so it is important to seek diagnosis and treatment as soon as symptoms arise. Symptoms of parvo include, but are not limited to, diarrhea which may be bloody or have a very foul smell, vomiting, inappetance (not wanting to eat), lethargy, and hypersalivation (drooling).

New! Cutting Edge Monoclonal Antibody Parvo Treatment Increases Survival Rate in Parvo Patients

Puppies under 6 months of age, dogs that have not been vaccinated for canine parvovirus, dogs with compromised immune systems, and geriatric dogs are at the highest risk of contracting canine parvovirus.

If your pet is exhibiting symptoms of parvo, it is crucial that you seek treatment immediately. For more information, call us at 941-922-0880 to speak with one of our knowledgeable team members.