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Canine parvovirus is a very dangerous virus that can be spread from an infected dog to a healthy dog via bodily secretions. If your dog is vaccinated against canine parvovirus, he will not be infected. The virus can affect puppies and dogs that are between 12 weeks and three years old. At six weeks, your dog can be vaccinated against the virus by a veterinarian in San Jose.

Watch this video to learn more about canine parvovirus, including the risks if left untreated and treatment options. Symptoms of the virus include fever, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, and dehydration. If you notice these symptoms in your dog, visit an emergency veterinarian or animal hospital in San Jose immediately.