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Please suggest when i can buy a new puppy for my home?

hello friends, iam pravin, i love dog very much, i bought great dane 1 year back, but my dog dead 1 month before 24th nov 2011, my dog suffered parvo disease, again i bought Rottweiler puppy next day, because i dont like without dog in my life, but my rottweiler also dead with in a week same parvo,iam very sad abt that..my vet doctor said its infection of the previous dog, so pls suggest when i can buy a new puppy for my home?
By pravinraj.k · 07 Jan 2012 2:57 pm


By Ayon Saha · 07 Jan 2012 9:43 pm
Perhaps 1 month later.

A nice advice would be maintaining good personal hygiene and that of the dog too. Cleanliness, bleaching the house, etc may be helpful in the context.
Parvo is a contagious disease specially spreading from fecal matter. Keep a check on the water that you give your dog to drink.

Vaccinate your dog against Parvo....Vanguard plus 5 L4 CV....this combo contains CV contains Parvo antigens.
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By Navjot Singh · 07 Jan 2012 9:45 pm
Pravin, you'll have to get your house sanitized as this virus seems to still be active in the house. Ideally, this climate is not conducive for virus and bacteria but Parvo is said to be very stubborn. Parvo can even infect humans so be aware. You must get your house fully sanitized. You can speak to your local doctor or even a vet who can guide you through. Also, once you've done with full sanitisation, get a pre-vaccinated puppy. Your dog should be given 6-1 ( which includes Parvo as well ), Crona Virus and Rabbies.
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By pennypup · 08 Jan 2012 7:36 am
Parvo virus is extremely contagious, and can live dormant up to a year! You must bleach your entire home as bleach is the only household disinfectant to kill the virus. If you have a yard, it will be contaminated as well and it survives extremely hot and cold temperatures.

I wouldn't reccomend bringing any more puppies into your home for over a year. The likelyhood of you completely eliminating the virus from your home is very low. Adopt an older dog above 6 months of age that has already been vaccinated against the disease; this way it will be very unlikely to get parvo, and if it does, it will be older and more likely to survive.
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