Human Parvovirus & Arthritis?

Answer Parvovirus is a group of viruses consisting of several strains or variations. Each strain of parvovirus can infect only certain species. For example, the canine parvovirus can infect only canines s... Read More »

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Parvovirus & Arthritis?

Arthritis, a painful and potentially debilitating degenerative condition of the joints, strikes one in five dogs. Parvovirus is a highly contagious, potentially fatal disease that is most likely to... Read More »

Can hamsters get parvovirus?

According to "Veterinary Virology (2nd Ed.)," there are strains of parvovirus that affect nearly all species of mammal, and--though parvo is most common in dogs--hamsters are no exception, and can ... Read More »

Symptoms of Dog Parvovirus?

Canine parvovirus, also known as parvo, is a highly contagious disease. Puppies younger than 6 months are most likely to become infected with this virus, and those under 12 weeks of age are among t... Read More »

Do rabbits get parvovirus?

Parvovirus was documented in infected rabbits during a study that was published in the American Society for Microbiology publication "Infection and Immunity" in 1977. The scientists in this study w... Read More »