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Dog Parvovirus

…veterinary help immediately; canine parvovirus strikes swiftly and mercilessly, and can lead to death very quickly. When a dog develops disease from canine parvovirus, symptoms can include lethargy and depression. An animal with this illness will spend more time sleeping and lose interest in normal daily activities. Loss of appetite and an elevated are also common symptoms of this disease. Canine parvovirus attacks an animals intestinal tract,…

Cat Distemper

Feline Panleukopenia, often referred to as feline Panleuk, is a highly contagious virus of the parvovirus group which mainly targets kittens. It is most prevalent but not limited to areas with high populations of unvaccinated cats. It can survive at room temperature for years and withstand low temperatures too. Because of this, all cats are exposed to it during their first year of life. The Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV) attacks rapidly growing…

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