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parvo

(pär′vō)
n. pl. par·vos
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All it takes is a few shots to prevent Parvo or similar fatal diseases at the right time and with proper resources!
Winfrey, 55, had adopted Sadie two weeks ago, and she revealed that the pup's littermate had died within a week from the Parvo virus.
He added: "It was regrettable that some dogs developed parvo virus while in our care.
Mr Thackray said he was told Scooby had died of canine parvo virus, which was most likely contracted at the kennels.
Away from the Festival, Edwards struck in the 1990 Mackeson with Multum In Parvo while Pearlyman also took the 1987 Game Spirit Chase at Newbury.
"I rode a few winners in my two years there before joining John Edwards at the time when he had good horses like Pearlyman, Kissane and Multum In Parvo. I then moved to Paul Nicholls for three years.
525) are not accounts but rosary beads; in the Barca do Inferno it is hardly necessary to rename the parvo Joane as 'Simple Simon' and export-conscious vintners could justifiably protest to the Portuguese sponsoring agencies at the replacement, in the translation of the Exortacao, of a series of Portuguese wine-producing areas by better-known areas drawn from Spain, France, and Italy.
For Mulcaster the classroom was a monarchy in parvo, the successful student harkening to his master as in the future he would to his country's laws.
first sketches, by way of background, the discussions leading to the Catechismus ad parochos commissioned by the Council of Trent and the scheme De parvo catechismo of the first Vatican Council.
vaccine eriseng parvo / lepto 3 900 doses, 15 000 byn
Distemper and parvo are diseases that are contagious and pose a serious threat to your puppy (and to your bank account while the ill puppy is hospitalized to save its life).
The dog was taken to a vets and treated for symptoms of parvo virus but he died overnight after his condition worsened.