What is the PARVOPET remedy?
The PARVOPET remedy is classified as a nosode, which means its ingredients are derived from the source -— in this case, the parvovirus.
This formula can help aid in the treatment of parvovirus (or parvo for short) in pets, which is an infection that affects the gastrointestinal tract and is most common in young puppies and kittens. PARVOPET works to support the digestive system, thus helping to relievesome of the potentially deadly symptoms associated with parvo. This nosode works by:
- Strengthening the immune system
- Supporting the GI tract / helping to manage severe diarrhea and vomiting
- Regulating bodily fluids to prevent dehydration
Who is this remedy suitable for?
- Animals suffering from parvovirus
- This remedy can be used safely for all animals (cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, etc.).
How to administer the remedy?
Precautions for use: Shake well before use. Respect the dosage.
PARVOPET remedy: 1 spray every day, in water or directly in the mouth. ** Stop when symptoms have disappeared. 30 ml spray bottle.
(*Note: PARVOPET can be given as needed if the animal is experiencing severe diarrhea; one dose can be administered every time symptoms occur, up to multiple times a day. Once symptoms begin to subside, reduce dosage back to 1 spray per day until they disappear. )
Essential oils can negate the effect of homeopathic remedies.
Keep the remedies cool.
What is parvovirus in pets?
Parvovirus is a potentially lethal infection caused by the canine parvovirus (or CPV). It can affect both dogs and cats and it’s extremely contagious.
The infection targets the digestive system, leading to severe diarrhea and vomiting. This causes dehydration and electrolyte imbalances that can turn deadly in a matter of 48 to 72 hours. There is no cure for parvo, so the course of treatment focuses on keeping the animal nourished and hydrated; if left untreated, the patient will die.
What are the symptoms of parvovirus in pets?
- Diarrhea (usually severe)
- Blood in stool
- Loss of appetite
- Sore/swollen abdomen
- Increased heart rate
What are the possible causes of parvovirus in pets?
Parvovirus can be caught through direct or indirect contact with another infected animal (most often, pets who have not been vaccinated). The virus is so contagious, pets can acquire it simply by sniffing the surroundings where another infected pet passed through. That’s why puppies and kittens who have not yet been vaccinated should be kept away from places where other pets frequent, such as dog parks, daycares, even popular walking trails; and when taken to the vet, they should be kept in a kennel and off the ground.