The El Paso Animal Services Shelter is offering vaccines for Parvo as the disease increases during the Summer.
Tue, 09 May 2017 23:09:05 +0000Preventing ParvoThe El Paso Animal Services Shelter is offering vaccines for Parvo as the disease increases during the Summer.http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6909245?cpt=8&wpid=2637KTSMway more time consuming and they don't always make it" alana kunnup "the key to getting an animal to survive parvo is early diagnosis" chorus alana cannup is a veterinarian. she says there are several symptoms pet owners need to watch for alana "vomiting not eating not acting right becoming lethargic all of these are signs your pet is ill" chorus dr. kunnup says the virus is highly contagious and deadly... alana "so easily preventable with a vaccine that is 20 dollars or less" chorus and with that in mind rodgers says she feels safe now that ginger has her shots... laci "there like our kids so of course if anything bad happened to them it would be devastating" chorus: the animal services shelter offers a bundle of vaccines including parvo for 24 dollars. until your pet is vacinated they recommend keeping them away from other dogs. live in west el paso, chorus nylander faran: and now to an