My statistics on an outbreak of Canine parvovirus here at Christian Village. Say there’s 100 people here at Christian Village with a dog. And they take their dog out for potty once or twice a day. 365 once a day, twice a day 182.5. total: 547.5 days pooping in the same spot. Now Christian village has been here for about 30 years. Dogs are pooping in the same spot for 16,425 +/- times. THIS IS WHY YOU NEED TO KEEP YOUR DOG’S SHOTS UP TO DATE.
Canine parvovirus is a contagious virus mainly affecting dogs. Canine parvovirus is highly contagious and is spread from dog to dog by direct or indirect contact with their feces. Mortality can reach 91%. Treatment often involves veterinary hospitalization.
The cost of treatment can vary greatly based on the severity of illness, length of hospital stay, and location of the veterinary clinic.
Costs could start around several hundred dollars for outpatient treatment and up to several thousand dollars for a severe case with hospitalization.
On average, expect treatment to cost $1,000-1,500 minimum.