Parvo is caused by a microscopic creature, a highly contagious virus that is transmitted by dogs coming into contact with infected feces. Some dogs can shed the virus without actually having symptoms of the disease. The parvo virus infects the lining of the intestines causing rapid destruction of the sensitive lining which results in vomiting and explosive diarrhea. The puppy becomes dehydrated and malnourished; there is also a disruption in the dog's electrolytes adding to the overall weakness.
The main cause of death in a parvo infected dog is a rapidly progressing, life-threatening infection called septicemia. Bacteria that attack the lining of the intestines release toxins into the bloodstream adding to the complications of dehydration. Even if toxins are not released by bacteria, the dehydration and electrolyte imbalance that occurs can lead to shock and eventual death.
By introducing Parvo-X, a pleasant tasting paste in an oral syringe, immediate healing of the intestinal tract begins as billions of living colonies of prebiotics and probiotics kill the pathogens and repopulate. The friendly bacteria destroy microscopic organisms, poisonous bacteria, parasites, fungal infections, and viruses. Parvo-X contains the vitamins needed to begin the healing process, and the living colonies of "good-guy" bacteria to complete the healing.
Because puppies retain maternal antibodies until the age of about 16-22 weeks, and because it is impossible to know exactly when the maternal antibodies fail to protect, we recommend starting your puppy on Parvo-X early. After weaning, give 10cc of the paste for 3 days; wait 30 days and repeat the dose of 10cc's for 3 days. Continue this program every 30 days for the first 6 months to offer protection during that dangerous period when they lose maternal antibodies.
If a dog is diagnosed with parvo, one tube of Parvo-X will negate the virus, prevent dehydration and restore the intestinal balance. Our product also offers help against the Herpes virus when used in conjunction with Oxy-Doc.