All seven puppies exposed to Parvovirus adopted

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – All seven puppies that were found neglected with the Parvovirus have recovered were adopted on Sunday.

Hamilton County Animal Shelter accepted 13 infected puppies from Animal Care and Control.  Six of them died, but all of the others were nursed back to health and are now in loving arms.

The fee to adopt the puppies was $150, which included spay/neuter, microchip, one round of vaccines, a free wellness exam and 30 days of pet health insurance.

Parvovirus infects the intestines and is hard to overcome, but can easily be prevented by a simple vaccine.  Luckily, these puppies pulled through and now have a new lease on life.

 

 

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