Vets' Parvo Treatment - And Why They Have
It is hard to recover from seeing your beloved dog in a pool of his own blood. Don't let him die in vain without doing everything possible to save his life.
The vets are still using Parvovirus treatment protocols for the older 2a and 2b Strains of Parvo. Those strains are mild by comparison to what is out there today.
Most dogs around the US, and in other countries, are experiencing the 2c Strain, which is super-aggressive and extremely hardy. This mutation of the virus is literally the scourge of the earth for our doggie family.
This strain hits dogs really hard and we have to attack the virus with a multipronged approach if you want to give him the best chance at survival.
The vets can only treat symptoms - they do not have any effective countermeasures for the virus itself.
Their standard treatment consists of:
When they see this is not working, some will order blood (plasma) transfusions. This is not cheap: expect to pay a Parvo treatment cost of $200 USD or more each time, just for this one part of their treatment - and they often want to perform this multiple times, hoping for a miracle.
These antiquated methods do absolutely nothing to stop the virus from multiplying, they don't address the damage that the virus causes, and they don't offer the dog's own immune system any assistance, even though it has been severely compromised.
Frankly, all of those vet-prescribed drugs cause side-effects big time. Most of their Parvo treatment drugs cause additional vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, and loss of appetite. Come on folks, aren't these the very same symptoms of Parvo? Why would you want your dog to experience more of these debilitating symptoms?
BTW, the commonly prescribed Pfizer anti-motion sickness drug, Cerenia causes these types of side effects: excessive drooling, lethargy and vomiting (not due to motion sickness).
How many people in their right mind would market a drug that is supposed to help dogs travel without motion sickness but a side effect of this drug is that it causes additional vomiting?
What's the real motivation - help sick animals or contribute to your burgeoning retirement funds? This is the type of question you should always ask BEFORE ever contemplating the use of any drug or chemical-based product.
Cerenia issues are mild by comparison to some of the newer antibiotics that are constantly being over-prescribed, which diminishes any chances of them actually helping - instead they've resorted to flagrantly prescribing a more powerful class of drugs that not only cause more Parvo-like side-effects, their composition is so toxic that humans can become sick just by handling this stuff.
When you have a spare moment, you'll want to check out our blog post on a very common animal antibiotic called Metronidazole. This known human carcinogen is handed out like water. If you have this product, don't let it come in contact with your skin, don't inhale the dust from a bottle of tablets, and don't ingest it in any way shape form or fashion (you or your children). This is a dangerous highly toxic chemical - avoid it at all cost.
In fact, most vets do nothing to address hypoglycemia, which is caused by the dog not eating for several days. This, in our experience, is one of the biggest threats against a dog suffering from Parvo. When your dog does not eat for days, along with his body being under severe attack, he is using up a lot of energy in this fight, and after being engaged in this life-threatening battle, he will simply run out fuel, and without fuel he will not be able to keep his main bodily functions going and, sadly, he will not make it.
Our Parvo Home Remedies address both dehydration and hypoglycemia. This helps to increase your dog's chances tremendously.
As you can see, the cost of treating your dog at the vet's can get out of control rather quickly, and they will only offer you low odds of success as they only provide supportive care.
So, if you're asking, "How much does it cost to treat Parvo in dogs?", the answer, according to our customers, is anywhere from $500 to $12,000 USD (per animal!) if you take your pet to the vet's.
Most people do not have thousands tucked away in their mattress, so when you tell your vet that you cannot write a blank check (cheque) they will offer you their final deal: kill your dog. This option, by the way, can cost anywhere from $100 - $500 USD, which is more expensive than the ParvoBuster® Viral Smack-Down Kit.
The vet gave me two options: one was to pay $5,000 for three days of treatment, which they didn't guarantee survival, or take him home and let him die. Pretty much they gave me no hope whatsoever for my beautiful little puppy, Scout.
I did exactly what the ParvoBuster® publications told me to do. I really appreciated the specific directions on how to do the treatment. Today Gill is super healthy and Trenton never got it. But if he does, I'm confident that I'll know what to do to save his life.
Jamina, California, USA
Sadly, many vets will tell you that when you see bloody stools, you may as well give up and put your dog down.
You know what - we NEVER give up on animals. We don't have a crystal ball and neither do the vets. Your dog could make a turn around - but not if he's already dead.
Are you ready to get down to business and roll up your sleeves to fight for your dog? Then enough jibber jabber, let's get started!
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