Zoe has parvo. :-( Right now I'm at the vet debating whether to admit her or do outpatient care. I brought along a friend who just saved me $1200 by asking the right questions, so I'm probably going to do outpatient. Zoe is so lethargic ... It's heartbreaking. The vet thinks she'll recover fine since she's older and larger.

They just took her blood to do some tests, it looked like sludge. Eye crusties, red eyes, sitting in her own bloody diarrhea this morning... I hope we're starting treatment in time.


  1. 'Nette,

    I'm sorry to hear that Zoe has Parvo.

    If you're doing outpatient, then you could consider trying herbal treatments at home.

    Products such as Parvaid and Vibactra Plus have a 90% success rate, which compares favourably to the 50:50 chance most vets will give you.

    Also, you should read the free book that my wife and I put together. It's called Parvo Treatment 101 and you can download it for free.

    I hope Zoe pulls through OK.

  2. Thank you for your concern, she's doing much better. Her energy level is up and she's stopped vomiting, so now it's on to the bland diet part of recovery.

    And the vet gave me a little higher chance than 50/50. Zoe is 10 months and a mutt who as a puppy looked like a Jack Russel but now looks more like a short-haired border collie, so she's a bit larger than the dogs that typically don't make it through a parvo infection.


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