Canine parvovirus - When dogs are in danger...
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Veterinary physicians have warned the dog lovers against the deadly outbreak of a dog disease in King county, precisely in the Snohomish County city. More importantly, official statistics have registered 90% of death cases among dogs due to untreated infections. The scientific researchers have named the dog disease as the canine parvovirus. For security purposes, the King county has immediately order the closure of dog parks to avoid further contamination of dogs. Lowell Park, Howarth Park on Puget Sound and Loganberry Lane Park near Paine Field have been temporarily closed. Tracing the official reports, researchers have advanced that there have been numerous cases of dogs falling ill after having visited one of Everett's three dog parks. Scientific analysts have brought up evidence showing that the canine parvovirus is likely to attack the digestive system of all types of dogs directly...
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