Starting a Parvo Program

February 2017

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 10 minutes

Finding out a puppy at your shelter or in your rescue has parvo can be a stressful experience.Especially if you are unsure of the proper steps to take in order to help the ill puppy, as well as the rest of your dog population.Learn how Austin pets Alive! (APA!), in Austin Texas, not only has the appropriate steps to take to best help everyone at their shelter, but has also built a successful Parvo Program to assist dogs and puppies with Parvo all over Austin. In this short presentation, learn about their Parvo ICU Program and how they treat between 300-500 parvo positive dogs yearly with a survival rate of 85-90%. After you finish watching the presentation, make sure to check out APA!'s Parvo Wiki page in the Related Links section of this page.


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