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What happened if I vaccinate my pup without deworming?

My Lab pup recently died due to parvo. I am considering an Indog pup now. But it is impossible to get a vaccinated Indog pup in my area. I am planning a sudden vet consult for vaccination after adoption. My question is, Whether deworming mandatory before first vaccination? What happened if I vaccinate my pup without deworming?
By amc · 07 Feb 2012 9:59 pm

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By Navjot Singh · 07 Feb 2012 10:15 pm
You should first get your house thoroughly sanitised by cleaning it with bleach as Parvo virus is very stubborn and can remain active for long. I wouldn't suggest getting another puppy for another 6 months. There's no guarantee that a puppy who's been vaccinated against Parvo won't catch this virus as level of immunity can vary from one puppy to another.
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By amc · 07 Feb 2012 11:23 pm
He was an outdoor pup. It is very difficult to clean all area (10 cent) with bleach.
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By Navjot Singh · 08 Feb 2012 2:50 pm
Aneesh, I've seen instances of serial deaths in a Parvo-active houses. A person in this same blog mentioned he brought atleast 3 puppies in his house, all died subsequently due to this Virus. It was only on the intervention of a vet that it was revealed Parvo was the killer. Bleach is a home-made remedy for killing the virus but if you seek help from a Vet s/he should be able to assist you better in dealling with this situation. Immunity is build gradually. That's why these vaccinations are followed by boosters.
I'd suggest you to abondon the plans of bringing in any puppy until you've get rid of this virus completely.
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By amc · 09 Feb 2012 11:50 am
Thanks for your valuable advice. What is the method bleaching (apply directly to the place or mix with water)? My vet told me it was the symptoms of either distemper or parvo (Diarrhea, Blood in stools, occasional vomiting etc). The vet was not interested in finding the actual problem.
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