Parvovirus (commonly referred to as “parvo”), is a highly contagious virus that primarily affects canines. The most at-risk dogs are puppies that are less than four months old, but dogs of all ages can get this dangerous virus. Unlike many other viruses, parvo can be transmitted not just through outer dogs but by indirect contact with a contaminated object or surface. For instance, if a dog picks up a toy that is infected with parvo, that dog could get the virus. Another surprising way that a dog could get parvo is by drinking out of a water bowl where the parvovirus is present. The parvovirus lives on all kinds of surfaces, which is why it’s so important to get parvo disinfection in your home or business.
There are numerous benefits of parvo disinfection and no drawbacks. If you have a dog or new puppy in your home, or have dogs frequented at your business, you should consider parvo disinfection because:
Parvo disinfection protects your family, too. While parvo does not transmit to humans, the disinfection process works on other germs and bacteria in your home, too. Your home will be more sanitized for all of your family members, not just your favorite furry companion.
Parvo disinfection ingredients are non-toxic. No toxic chemicals are used during the parvo disinfection process.
Parvo disinfection is a great safeguard. Your veterinarian will always recommend that your new puppy is vaccinated against parvo. However, due to the highly contagious nature of the virus, it’s possible to accidentally bring parvo into the home in the future. With regular parvo disinfection, you can ensure that any new contamination virus is killed before it has a chance to take hold in your household.
Parvo disinfection is suitable for all kinds of indoor and outdoor environments, including:
In fact, before allowing your pet to be cared for in any facility outside your home, it’s wise to ask if they have had proper parvo disinfection beforehand.
Anyone who has had an animal suffering from parvo can tell you how devastating this virus is. Symptoms of parvovirus infection include respiratory distress, abdominal bloating and pain, nausea and vomiting, bloody diarrhea, dehydration, fever, and even septic shock. Parvovirus can be fatal. Yet, although it is highly contagious, it is preventable through parvo disinfection services.
As a loving pet owner, there’s no doubt that you already do as much as you can to keep your dog safe and healthy. Parvo disinfection is just another step in sanitizing your home against one of the most common and contagious viruses that affect dogs and other pets. To schedule your parvo disinfection services
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