If caught in time and with the proper medical treatment, it is possible for a dog to survive having parvo. My 14 year old lab contracted parvo as a puppy. Luckily, we caught it in time. It took a strict regimen of care and medication but she pulled through with no ill effects.
Yes. Humans can transmit parvo if they have come in contact with it. Dog parvo doesn't make people sick, but if your dog has parvo, and you touch another dog who is not vaccinated, that dog will also have parvo. Parvo can survive on surfaces for 12 months and only bleach will kill it. If you carried your dog with parvo, then the clothes you were wearing also carries parvo unless you bleach them. If your dog vomits on your carpet, that spot is infected with parvo for 12 months, unless you bleach that area. Even the part of the yard where it uses the bathroom will be infected with parvo for a year.
The true and cheapest product is BLEACH! Of course there is stuff on the market that will kill parvo but the best is bleach 30% to 70%. I had a rottweiler survive parvo and they had told me that she won't get it again but other puppies can get it.
koala survive in the winter because they survive in the winter :)
There are a number of ways that flies can survive the winter. Flies can survive winter if they have a warm places to stay.
The sunflower can't survive in the winter
Chipmunks survive in their burrows during the winter.
Parvo is a deadly disease for pups, they have a higher risk of dying than surviving parvo...take it to the vetAnswer:Parvo causes severe dehydration, which is the actual cause of death. If a puppy with parvo can be kept hydrated by pushing fluids like Pedialyte while the illness runs its course (usually 2-3 days), it has a chance to recover fully. Vet care for parvo can be prohibitively expensive for many people, because it literally calls for an around-the-clock vigil to make sure the puppy gets enough fluids to keep it alive until it regains the strength to drink on its own. Nursing a puppy through parvo is extremely demanding, which is why so few pups survive it.
squirrles rely on there nests to survive the winter squirrles rely on there nests to survive the winter. they try to burry nuts but they forrget where they put them
It can, but the odds aren't good. Canine parvovirus is fatal about 80% of the time in puppies.
it does something to survive the winter
the octopus survive in the summer and winter because it is an animal
no, horses can't get parvo, parvo is a disease that puppies get.
A pagwen in winter and a monark butterfly in summer
It depends on the hair on it (Long,Short) Ushally they can survive in winter
no humans can not get parvo, its not true but any animal can get parvo
how do squids survive in the winter
Humans can get parvo by touching an area where parvo is and touching their mouths or eyes
Praying-mantis are tropical organisms, they do not live in regions where there is a winter so they do not need to have adaptions to survive a winter.
Some geese and swans survive the winter by migrating south. This means that they spend the winter in warmer climates.
A white bellied Caique can survive though winter if it can shelter its food that can last it though winter.
Yes a turtle can survive in an outside pond in winter.
queen ants survive in winter because surounded by a thick jacket around them