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- n. A parvovirus.
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- n. Parvovirus.
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- n. any of a group of viruses containing DNA in an icosahedral protein shell and causing disease in dogs and cattle; not known to be associated with any human disease
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When coyote population gets too high disease (such as parvo) and lack of food supply thin their numbers.
Many who have had the responsibility of taking care of man's best friend hear "parvo" or
During Well Pet Month, for $40 pet owners can defend their family friends from diseases such as parvo (a puppy disease), cat distemper and rabies.
Parvovirus, or "parvo," was diagnosed Monday in at least one dog kept at the Green Road facility.
Having a soft spot for dogs, Lutz took the little furry creature in, only to find out that he had parvo.
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The result is all around me as I walk through the shelter, where we have forty pppies quarantined for at least ten days because they've tested positive for parvo.
Clayton, one of the West Virginia puppies in isolation with parvo.
Racoons carry the parvo virus, after losing two dogs to parvo i have no sympathy or love for the coon, kill it quick however it suits you.
I might as well have had parvo, for all that doctor did for me.