Q. Fever for 2 days bloody diarrhea and vomiting mucus now breathing sounds abnormal and there is pus after urine vet says parvo and no need iv nutrition
A. If your vet said your dog does not need hospitalization and supportive care, take him somewhere else now. This is an emergency.
The survival rate in dogs is about 70 percent, but death may sometimes result from severe dehydration, a severe secondary bacterial infection, bacterial toxins in the blood, or a severe intestinal hemorrhage. Prognosis is lower for puppies, since they have a less developed immune system. It is common for a puppy that is infected with CPV to suffer shock, and sudden death.