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Is it the right time to bring another puppy for my home?

Dear friends, I purchase a LAB dog MALE from a breeder on 29dec.2011 at the age of 38 days without any vaccination done. And very unfortunately after reaching home within 3 hours the puppy starts bloody stool and become seek, I contacted the breeder and he denied helping . after that I contacted to vet and he suggests for saline and treatment, very unfortunately after 4 days treatment doctor declared that my puppy is effected by PERVO and 5th day he expiered.i could not able to apply any vaccination to him. I am shocked and still could not forget the puppy am scared about the purvo virus and pls suggest me that how can I protect my puppy properly from this deadly virus and others virus for my new dog who is coming on April 2012. I WANT TO PROTECT HIM ANY COST, 1.NEED YOUR VALUABLE ADVICE TO CHOOSE A LAB DOG in proper conditon. 2.how to provide him the BEST PROTECTION /vaccination GUIDELINE protect from PERVO. 3.IS IT THE RIGHT TIME TO BRING ANOTHER NEW PUPPY FOR MY HOME? PLS ADVICE.
By DEBRAJ · 08 Feb 2012 9:01 pm

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By Navjot Singh · 08 Feb 2012 9:20 pm
You should first take steps to kill the virus at home as there are chances the virus is still active at home and any puppy brought subsequently can also be affected with the virus. You should get your house sanitised with bleach. You shouldn't get any pet at home for another 6 months.
The next time you get a puppy ensure that you also check the state and vaccination record of the mother. When puppies are born their immunity is derived directly from their mothers.
Regarding vaccination, you can take the puppy immediately after buying to the Vet. The vet will prepare the vaccination and deworming schedule. The vaccination will cover Parvo, Crona Virus, Rabbies, Hepatatis and all other deadly canine diseases.
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By vinay v yadav · 09 Feb 2012 6:11 pm
i agree with navjot..also make sure u buy from a proper breeder with pups raised in neat and clean surroundings.
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By luv · 09 Feb 2012 9:04 pm
Hi Debraj, I had gone through the same problem. where in india are you? who did you buy it from? It wont be a breeder, it must be a trader. And bloody stool itself mean 99% chances of parvo. I am extremely sorry for your loss. You need to throw the bed-sheets/blankets, mattress the pup has used. Clean the flooring with bleech and Water mix. Ratio can be 2 caps of bleech into half a bucket(it can be more or less) and wash your floorings and wherver the pup had pooped/peeid, bleech that area 10 times. you need to bleech your cloths or throw them if u can. I would suggest you to take a break for atleast 3-4 months before you get a VACCINATED PUPPY. Pls make sure that you get a health and vaccinated puppy. Do not buy from any such "inhuman breeders"/traders or brokers who do not give you any guarantee. Actually, guarantee in india itself is a JOKE. Even if the breeder gives guarantee on papers, who is gonna sue him as the law itself takes ages...I would again say, get in touch with some1 who has homebred lab with proper care and precuations. Make sure that you see the parents of the pup. Also, do not immediately buy the pup, keep a track of the pup from the birth to the growing days, go to the VET yourself and get vaccinated the pup yourself...Tc and wish u luck...
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By luv · 09 Feb 2012 9:06 pm
Hi Debraj, I had gone through the same problem. where in india are you? who did you buy it from? It wont be a breeder, it must be a trader. And bloody stool itself mean 99% chances of parvo. I am extremely sorry for your loss. You need to throw the bed-sheets/blankets, mattress the pup has used. Clean the flooring with bleech and Water mix. Ratio can be 2 caps of bleech into half a bucket(it can be more or less) and wash your floorings and wherver the pup had pooped/peeid, bleech that area 10 times. you need to bleech your cloths or throw them if u can. I would suggest you to take a break for atleast 3-4 months before you get a VACCINATED PUPPY. Pls make sure that you get a health and vaccinated puppy. Do not buy from any such "inhuman breeders"/traders or brokers who do not give you any guarantee. Actually, guarantee in india itself is a JOKE. Even if the breeder gives guarantee on papers, who is gonna sue him as the law itself takes ages...I would again say, get in touch with some1 who has homebred lab with proper care and precuations. Make sure that you see the parents of the pup. Also, do not immediately buy the pup, keep a track of the pup from the birth to the growing days, go to the VET yourself and get vaccinated the pup yourself...Tc and wish u luck...
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By DEBRAJ · 09 Feb 2012 9:25 pm
Thanks a lot for your advice dear friend .after the death of my puppy the breader is also shamed and could not expected this for me.so now he promised me to give another puppy with vaccination of puppy DP after 3-4 months means APRIL MAY 2012.now my question is
1.How I believe him further and how I justify that my next dog health condition is good and well conditioned. please guide.
2.how I properly guide my next puppy from this pervo ?
3. what will be my action plan for my new puppy before take it from this breader?
Need your valuable advice.
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By DEBRAJ · 09 Feb 2012 9:25 pm
Thanks a lot for your advice dear friend .after the death of my puppy the breader is also shamed and could not expected this for me.so now he promised me to give another puppy with vaccination of puppy DP after 3-4 months means APRIL MAY 2012.now my question is
1.How I believe him further and how I justify that my next dog health condition is good and well conditioned. please guide.
2.how I properly guide my next puppy from this pervo ?
3. what will be my action plan for my new puppy before take it from this breader?
Need your valuable advice.
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By rajesh · 09 Feb 2012 10:15 pm
1. visit more than 4-5 litters at home WITH MOTHER. u must see min 15-20 pups to make an informed choice.
2. pick the most active puppy - need not be the biggest (Common misconception that biggest is best always is nt true)
3. ask for regn receipt given by kennel club and take a copy if possible.
4. donot pay full. keep 10-15% of payment balance till u receive papers.
5. the pups must be in clean environment.. does not matter much if the breeder has many dogs as long as they are kept neatly.
6. take the pup to doctor asap after purchase.
7. donot compromise on quality for a few thousand..definitely worth it...but make sure u r paying right price for puppy.
i tell u this from my own experience. having a dog is a wonderful thing. pl don let past experience make ur future. BEST OF LUCK!!!
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By luv · 10 Feb 2012 1:56 pm
Ur breeder is actually good and has taken the responsibility of the death of the puppy which is a good sign of the breeder...my breeder/trader washed off his hands...As i hv said earlier also, pls make sure that you see the mother and the father of the next puppy. as you are saying you will get the next littter in April/may, means the bitch wil conceive in Feb/march, so pls keep a watch of the whole process of mating, birth, the puppies with the mother and finally go to the Vet along with your breeder when the pups are getting vaccinated...meanwhile, clean you house with bleech as adviced by everyone...spray the ceilings, fan, curtains, walls and stuff...and very importantly, I HOPE THE BREEDER IS NOT BREEDING THE SAME BITCH EVERY 6 MONTHS SHE COMES IN HEAT...at times, i wish, why people breed labradore, cuz they are over populated...and Vet clinics are flooded with labs in treatments...they are more suspectible to deseases cuz they lab mother is bred again and again...so the pups are born with wk immune system, some breeders sell the puppies before they are 1 month old...anyways...wish u luck
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