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Outpatient Parvo Treatment


At Mission vet Urgent Care, we’re excited to introduce a revolutionary solution for Canine Parvovirus (CPV) – Canine Parvovirus Monoclonal Antibody (CPVMAB) treatment.

This groundbreaking treatment offers hope and healing for dogs affected by this highly contagious and potentially fatal virus. Our commitment to providing the most advanced and effective treatments for your beloved pets has led us to proudly offer CPV-MAB as part of our comprehensive veterinary care services.

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Understanding Canine Parvovirus (CPV)

What is Canine Parvovirus?

Canine Parvovirus, commonly referred to as Parvo, is a viral infection that primarily affects dogs. This virus is highly resilient and can survive in various environments for extended periods. It targets the gastrointestinal tract, causing severe symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, and a weakened immune system. Without prompt and appropriate treatment, Canine Parvovirus can be fatal.

Signs and Symptoms of Canine Parvovirus

Canine Parvovirus, commonly referred to as Parvo, is a viral infection that primarily affects dogs. Recognizing the signs and symptoms of this disease is crucial for early intervention. Common symptoms include:

  • Severe and persistent vomiting
  • Profuse and often bloody diarrhea
  • Lethargy and weakness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Abdominal pain and discomfort
  • High fever
  • Dehydration

If you notice any of these symptoms in your dog, it’s essential to seek immediate veterinary attention, as early diagnosis and treatment can significantly improve the chances of survival and symptom management.

How is Canine Parvovirus Spread?

Canine Parvovirus is transmitted through direct or indirect contact with an infected dog’s feces or contaminated objects, such as food and water bowls, bedding, or even the hands and clothing of people who have been in contact with an infected dog. The virus is highly contagious, and even a small amount of infected feces can introduce the virus into the environment, where it can remain infectious for several months.

Common Ways of Transmission Include

  • Direct Dog-to-Dog Contact: This occurs when an infected dog interacts with an unvaccinated or inadequately protected og.
  • Contaminated Environment: Dogs can become infected when they come into contact with contaminated objects or surfaces in parks, kennels, or pet grooming facilities.
  • Human Transmission: People can inadvertently spread the virus by touching an infected dog or contaminated surfaces and then touching uninfected dogs without property hand hygiene.

Why Timely Treatment is Crucial?

Seeking prompt treatment for Canine Parvovirus is of utmost importance for several reasons:

  • Increased Survival Rates: Early diagnosis and treatment can significantly improve the chances of your dog’s survival. The sooner you seek medical attention, the better the chances of a successful outcome.
  • Dehydration Prevention: Severe vomiting and diarrhea lead to dehydration, which can be life-threatening. Treatment helps maintain hydration and electrolyte balance.
  • Symptom Management: Veterinary care can alleviate the distressing symptoms of Parvo, including nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, making your dog more comfortable.
  • Isolation and Prevention: Infected dogs need to be isolated to prevent the virus from spreading to other dogs in your household or community.
  • Prevent Secondary Infections: Canine Parvovirus weakens the immune system, making dogs susceptible to secondary infections. Timely treatment can help prevent these complications.

Contact Mission Vet Urgent Care for Treatment


If you have any questions or concerns about this new treatment or your pet’s health, give us a call at (513) 715- 2344. Your pet’s well-being is our top priority, and we look forward to helping them on their path to recovery.