Primalix PV for Canine Parvovirus bottle
When Canine Parvovirus
Strikes Your Dog ...
1. YOU NEED to Recognize The Symptoms FAST!
2. YOU NEED a Proven Emergency Treatment NOW!
3. YOU NEED to Take Action Within Minutes, NOT HOURS!
Primalix PV for Canine Parvovirus bottle
Simply put, for Canine Parvovirus, your dog NEEDS Primalix® PV. And the sooner the better! Why?
Because, when given Primalix® PV along with our recommended emergency protocol (see below), your dog stands a 90% chance of recovery compared to a 90% chance of passing away if left untreated.
Primalix® PV was formulated specifically to combat the symptoms of C. Parvovirus, including the more recent CPV2c, in all breeds of puppies and adult dogs.
Our proprietary formula is a scientific blend of USDA Certified Organic herbs, antioxidants and phytonutrients. Each ingredient is clinically proven (and customer tested) to activate natural canine defenses that empower biological systems and restore wellness.
We’ve combined seven healing herbs from Nature’s medicine chest, all of which treat all the symptoms of Canine Parvovirus. We’ve also included one of Nature’s herbal medicinal wonders, a clinically proven anti-viral that actually gets down to the root cause of the Parvo problem.
What is Canine Parvovirus?
Known simply as the genial sounding ‘Parvo,’ this disease is anything but friendly. A relatively new virus (it was only discovered in 1978) Parvo has quickly spread throughout the world-wide dog population. Parvovirus is highly contagious and is passed on through contact with infected dog faeces.
Some dogs, such as Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers, Labradors and German Shepherds are more susceptible to Parvo, but any breed of dog may contract the virus. As with most illness, general factors such as stress, infection and the presence of parasites put dogs at greater risk. Vaccines offer some protection, but many are outdated or have a poor survival rate. Even if your dog has been vaccinated, you should still keep an eye out for signs and symptoms of Parvovirus.
How Does Canine Parvovirus Affect Your Dog?
There are two forms of Parvovirus, cardiac and intestinal. The cardiac form is less common and usually attacks young puppies causing respiratory or cardiovascular failure. The intestinal form of the virus is much more common, affecting both adult dogs and puppies.
Parvovirus attacks the bone marrow, the producer of the body’s blood cells. Any virus which seriously affects the production of new cells deals a major blow to the body’s immune system. Parvo also attacks the lymphatic system and can severely damage the gastro-intestinal tract. The virus can lead to Myocarditis (inflammation and infection of the heart muscle) and in extreme cases it can cause Sepsis, an infection of the blood.
The first symptom of Parvovirus is lethargy, closely followed by loss of appetite, diarrhea and vomiting. Diarrhea and vomiting inevitably lead to dehydration and this is often what kills a dog rather than the virus itself. Loss of protein and blood (which leak into the intestine) can cause anemia. Damage to the intestinal lining and weakening of the immune system also greatly increase the risk of secondary infection, another cause of death.
How Canine Parvovirus is Treated
At present there is no specific cure for Canine Parvovirus. Take a dog with Parvo to a conventional vet and he or she will typically treat the symptoms of Parvo rather than the virus itself. Conventional treatment will consist of a pharmaceutical concoction of anti-vomiting medicines, harmful antibiotics and even possible blood transfusions.
On the other hand, it is possible to avoid inflicting this drugstore cocktail on your dog. Parvovirus is a serious illness and needs FAST action to
support the immune system
replace protein and prevent anemia
protect the intestinal tract against further infection
and to fight the virus itself
Our Herbal Formula of Medicinal Healing Herbs
Clove (Syzygium aromaticum)
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale)
Shiitake Mushroom (Lentinula edodes)
Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
Dosing Instructions for Primalix® PV
For Canine Parvovirus, add to food or use a separate feeding syringe with each dog. Treat for 10 days to two weeks without interruption. Refrigerate bottle after opening.
GIVE EVERY SIX (6) HOURS
3 lbs and under – 2 drops
4 to 10 lbs – 5 drops
11 to 20 lbs – 10 drops
21 to 100 lbs – 15 drops
101 to 200 lbs – 25 drops
Over 200 lbs – 30 drops
NOTE: All Primalix products give you 2 to 4 times more medicine than our competitors' 1 or 2 ounce bottles that cost about the same and may contain harmful alcohol.
Due to the highly contagious nature of Canine Parvovirus, we cannot accept returns of Primalix PV once the product leaves our facility, even if the bottle has not been opened. No returns and no exchanges. We appreciated your understanding!