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Parvo-K 20 g

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For dogs.

PetAlive Parvo-K is a 100% natural blend of herbal and homeopathic ingredients specially selected for the treatment of Parvovirus in dogs. Presented in fine, easily dissolved lactose granules, Parvo-K is very easy to administer, even to ill animals who will not swallow tablets. Due to the high safety profile of its natural ingredients, Parvo-K is also free of side-effects.

Use PetAlive Parvo-K

  • As an oral homeopathic vaccine to immunize your dog against Parvovirus
  • To protect against Parvovirus during a known outbreak
  • To treat active Parvovirus under veterinarian supervision
  • To reduce symptoms of Parvo including fever, diarrhea and vomiting

About Parvovirus

Parvo is a viral disease that affects dogs. This illness can cause severe digestive symptoms, as well as fever and shock and may even prove fatal. Parvovirus attacks rapidly dividing cells like those in the lining of the gastrointestinal tract as well as developing white blood cells. In this way parvovirus leads to symptoms like bloody diarrhea, vomiting and loss of proper immune system functioning. Puppies are more commonly and more severely affected than adult dogs due to their still-developing immune system. Puppies can easily succumb to this disease, especially when the virus infects the muscle of the heart.

The first indications of Parvo in an infected dog are usually high fever, lethargy and loss of appetite. Later, vomiting and diarrhea develop. The stool is often bloody and may have a yellowish color and noticeably foul odor. Without effective treatment, dehydration, shock and even death may follow.

How do dogs contract Parvovirus?

Canine parvovirus is carried by dogs, many of whom show no symptoms themselves. The virus is also shed in the diarrhea of infected dogs and can subsequently survive in the ground and the outside environment for a very long time - even several months.

Parvo is a very hardy virus and will survive most household cleaning and disinfectant agents. Chlorine bleach is the most effective way to kill parvovirus and is the usual recommendation by vets. Highly contagious to any unprotected dog, parvovirus may come into your home or yard very easily. Car tires, shoes, rodents and birds may all carry the virus into your pet’s vicinity. This means that even if your dog never leaves your property, it may still be difficult to provide adequate protection from this virus.

Which dogs are more likely to contract Parvo?

Certain canine breeds seem to be more susceptible to Parvo, including Rottweilers and Doberman Pinschers, but all dogs can contract Parvovirus.

How is Parvo diagnosed?

As diarrhea may be caused by a number of other illnesses, Parvo needs to be carefully diagnosed either with a blood test or testing of the dog’s faeces.

How is Parvo usually treated?

According to conventional vets, there is no known cure for Parvovirus. Conventional treatment is therefore mostly supportive and consists of maintaining the dog’s body fluids, balancing electrolyte levels and maintaining body temperature.

How can natural remedies help?

Homeopathic treatment for Parvo has long been the only viable method of treating the actual disease as conventional medicine can only provide supportive treatment. Herbal remedies also have a role to play in relieving symptoms and shortening the natural course of the disease for quicker recovery.

What about vaccination?

One way to avoid parvo infection is to make sure that your dog is fully vaccinated. This is, however, easier said than done. Unfortunately, it can be very difficult to successfully vaccinate a puppy for this disease and vaccination every few weeks in the first few months of life is commonly recommended by conventional vets. This is because the immunity a puppy acquires from its mother can interfere with the vaccination process. Because of the difficulty in conferring lifelong immunity to parvovirus via vaccination, most conventional vets also recommend that adult dogs receive a yearly vaccination against this disease for life.

The practice of repeated vaccination is, however, a controversial issue amongst holistic and homeopathic vets, who view vaccination as a threat to strong immune functioning.

100% Natural Ingredients

  • Arsen alb. (6C) is a homeopathic remedy often used for digestive upsets including cramping, vomiting and diarrhea. Also good for dogs showing signs of lethargy and irritability.
  • Verat. alb. (6C) is a homeopathic remedy for violent vomiting, cramps and diarrhea. This remedy is particularly useful for dogs with fever and dehydration which are both common and dangerous in Parvovirus.
  • Belladonna (30C) is used homeopathically for fast relief from acute fever, pain, inflammation and all illnesses with a sudden and severe onset. Thirst, fever and swollen/tender abdomen are further indications for Belladonna.
  • Parvo (30C) is a homeopathic remedy used both prophylactically (preventatively) and curatively in the treatment of canine Parvovirus. Homeopathic nosodes are similar to vaccines in that they help to build protection and resistance against specific diseases. They differ to conventional vaccines in that they are usually manufactured from the products of diseases rather than from a culture of the disease agent or virus itself (as in many conventional vaccines.) Research has shown a high rate of success in the treatment and prevention of Canine Parvovirus using this homeopathic 'vaccine' in contrast to the conventional vaccination which seldom confers immunity without numerous subsequent booster shots.
  • Zingiber officinale (Ginger) has a long history of medicinal use in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine. Working mainly in the digestive tract, Zingiber boosts digestive fluids and neutralizes acids, making it an effective alternative to conventional anti-nausea medication. Modern research confirms its effectiveness in relieving the symptoms of nausea, vomiting, indigestion and flatulence. Zingiber has strong anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties and is also used to treat arthritis and other inflammatory diseases.
  • Agrimonia eupatoria (Agrimony) helps to relieve diarrhea, reduces inflammation of the mucus membranes and soothes restless animals. This herb has been used for centuries in the treatment of digestive disease including colitis, appendicitis and diarrhea. Agrimony is a bitter, mildly astringent, tonic, diuretic herb that may help control bleeding, improve liver and gall bladder functions, treat fever and have anti-inflammatory effects.

Available in 20 grams. One 20 g bottle of granules will last between one and four weeks, depending on the size and dosage needs of your pet.

Review Rating: 4.5

Country of Origin: USA

Manufacturer: Native Remedies

Shipping Weight: 0.4

Active Ingredients - Each dose contains equal parts of: Agrimonia eup 3X HPUS, Arsenicum alb 6C HPUS, Belladonna 30C HPUS, Veratrum alb 6C HPUS, Zingiber 3X HPUS

Inactive Ingredients - Citric acid, corn starch, potassium sorbate, sucrose

Suggested Use

  • Sprinkle granules directly onto the tongue.
  • Acute dose - Use 3 - 5 times daily. Continue for 10 - 15 days after symptoms subside.
  • Preventative - Use 3 times daily for seven days. Repeat annually or when there is known exposure to infection.

Pet Type Daily Dosage
Small Dogs / Puppies One pinch
Medium Dogs Two pinches
Large dogs Three pinches

How long until I see results?
Your pet’s symptoms should start to improve within the first few days of beginning the remedy. Try to ensure that your dog drinks plenty of water to prevent dehydration.

Caution

Safety during pregnancy and lactation has not yet been established.

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Native RemediesPetAlive Parvo-K
 
4.7

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Pros

  • Easy to administer (3)
  • Gentle (3)
  • No side effects (3)

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    Best Uses

    • Treat specific illnesses (3)
    • Younger pets (3)
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    5.0

    Helped my dog

    By Edith

    from Visalia, CA

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Administer
    • Effective
    • Gentle
    • No Side Effects

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Treat Specific Illnesses
      • Younger Pets

      Comments about Native Remedies PetAlive Parvo-K:

      My 9 month old dog was diagnosed with Parvo virus. I don't want to spread false hope, but I took him to the vet right away when his stomach made loud noises and he became quiet. All the vet could give were pills to help the nausea and antibiotic for what was to come down the road from bloody ulcerations and diarreah. He never had to experience any of that. I can't say why for certain. But I gave him the Parvo-k and Upper GI product and he began to get better right away..... he also benefitted from the pills for nausea too. He is a super strong dynamo now. I still feed him the Upper GI digestion product every day.

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      4.0

      Great product - but dosage is "a pinch"?

      By J.W.

      from Alaska

      About Me Long-time Pet Owner

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Administer
      • Gentle
      • No Side Effects

      Cons

      • Dosage ambiguous

      Best Uses

      • Older Pets
      • Short-Term Care
      • Treat Specific Illnesses
      • Yearly Maintenance
      • Younger Pets

      Comments about Native Remedies PetAlive Parvo-K:

      The dosage requirement was "one pinch onto tongue" which is impossible to figure out, as the bottle is too tiny to get a "pinch" out; not to mention the fact that the product is like tiny styrofoam beads that do not want to stay pinched in your fingers. A more accurate dosage would be nice (ie; 1/16 tsp for puppies, etc...). Secondly, applying this to my 2 dog's tongues initially sent those tiny styrofoam homeopathic beads all over the floor as they tried to get them off their tongues. Mixing with a soft food like cream cheese worked best for my dogs.
      As I administer this for maintenance, replacing the normal vaccination, I am excited to find a safe, effective product that will protect them from a very dreaded disease, yet won't cause the harm that vaccinations potentially can have on our beloved pets.

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      5.0

      Parvo next door and no problem

      By boxer lover

      from Chandler, Arizona

      About Me Long-time Pet Owner

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Easy To Administer
      • Effective
      • Gentle
      • No Side Effects

      Cons

      • No Cons

      Best Uses

      • Treat Specific Illnesses
      • Younger Pets

      Comments about Native Remedies PetAlive Parvo-K:

      We immediately ordered Parvo-K when our neighbor advised us that all three of her dogs had been diagnosed with Parvo. She also had two cats that like most cats roam around alot and could have easily brought the Parvo into my yard. We have an eight week old boxer puppy and another boxer just over a year. We were very concerned and ordered it on two day air. [...] none of our four dogs (two old dogs) contracted Parvo. I can't say it was definitely the Parvo-K but I would tell everyone, I believe in it because we still have two very happy pups. Gary

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