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My Indian dog breed suffering from vomiting, what to do?

I AM HAVING A LOCAL INDIAN DOG BREED, 1 YEAR 2 MONTHS, SUFFERING FROM HEAVY VOMITTING, LETHARGY AND LOSS OF WEIGHT FROM PAST 6 DAYS. VET DOC CONSULTED TOLD CANINE PEVROVIRUS, INJECTIONS GIVEN , WHAT TO DO????????
By aniket das · 20 Feb 2012 3:35 pm

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By Sadhish M · 21 Feb 2012 2:04 pm
Honestly, there’s not much they can do now since your dog is already been inficticated. The true danger of parvo is dehydration and malnutrition, so that’s what the vet will focus on. Mostly the dog will be pumped with IV fluids containing vitamins, sugar, and potassium. This can be done at home, if you’re up for it, but most of the time hospitalization is required.

In some cases, the vet may also inject your dog with some sort of anti-nausea medication to help prevent anymore regurgitation.

Once a dog can finally begin keeping his food and fluids down, IV’s are gradually reduced. Very bland food is offered. Many times, a vet will also administer antibiotics to help ward off secondary infection, because the dog’s immune system will be severely weak from the experience.

Take care. I am sorry for your dog.

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By luv · 23 Feb 2012 4:58 pm
Hi aniket, I had a 2 month old pup who was infected with Parvo and died unfortunately in just 5 days. Your pet is 1 yr and 2 months old, so his immune system should be slightly stronger and should be able to survive this deadly virus, parvo. Pls make sure that you visit the VET whenever required. Like Sadhish said, the vet will give IV twice or thrice a day and slowly reduce as the pup wl start keeping the food in his stomach.

I was suggested when my pup had Parvo to feed Boiled rice with Chicken. This is supposed to be good, Bt i had not given this to my pup as he was continuously puking.

Some things pls do not do is DO NOT TAKE YOUR PUP IN LONG DRIVE as he might puke more...
Rest, do all the things that the VEt suggests you to do....

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By Patricia · 02 Apr 2012 9:51 pm
i would like to know if you had your pet vacicnated against PARVOVIRUS before or was you pet unvaccinated???
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