Guidebook: Canine Parvovirus
About This Guidebook
Canine parvovirus (CPV) is serious disease that when identified through a routine and vigilant population health monitoring program warrants an immediate implementation of the shelter's plan of action. If your shelter does not have a plan of action in place then read on and formulate one. If you do have a plan, read on and make sure yours is updated.
Last updated 2017-12-13
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