St Francis Animal Hospital

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  • 15708 Gale Ave

    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

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  • 626-968-4709

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This is for Gladys review and justice for St Francis Animal Hospital, as well as to all of those who have a new puppy or inquiring to get one...
Parvo Virus is in it highest contagious epidemics because of people who do not research valid sites and educate themselve of this deadly viral disease on how it is transferred, the life span of this VIRUS, and its clinical symptoms. Therefore, I hope that this excerpt can help inform you.
In a Parvo Virus brocure created by the American Veterinary Medicine Association (AVMA), indicates that Parvo Virus is transfered by dogs and all that has "[...]excreted in the feces of infected dogs, and if someone -- human, dog, bird, etc. -- steps in (or otherwise comes in contact with) the excrement, the possibility for contamination is great." Other examples are clothes, hands of people who have handled infected dogs with out proper disinfectiong, shoes, bowls, leashes and all objects that have not been correctly disinfected with a 1:4 ratio of chlorine and water. The virus can live in the enviornment up to 1 year for the virus "is resistant to heat, cold, humidity, and drying, and can survive in the environment for long periods of time" (AVMA Brochure). Therefore gladys , It is not caused by the parvo virus vaccine; yet in the contrary it is meant to prevent such viral infection.

Clinical Symptoms occur "10 days from the time of exposure for dogs and puppies to start showing symptoms and to test positive for parvo" (http://workingdogs.com/parvofaq.htm#Parvovirus). Even within that time period if tested parvo it may indcate a false negative, but once syptoms start then it will appear as a strong positive. Therefore, clinical symptoms to look for are "diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy [and,] usually they stop eating and develop a bloody, foul-smelling, liquid stool". In the case of these symptoms and are not treated quickly, your pet can die from dehydration and shock. Once your pet presents symptoms then do take your pet to the local vet to get treated. TIME IS SENSITIVE TO TREAT CLINICAL SYMPTOMS.In the meantime, I hope that this clarifys Gladys confusion in regards to her pet contracting Parvo through a vaccine. I thank you for taking the time in reading this and hope that before you take you puppie out that you get your pet vaccinated befoe it is too late. Get your pet vacinated with 5in1 (DHPPC) as early as 6 weeks and there after every two weeks until they are 16 weeks; to then create an immunity barrier against this DEADLY Virus. Thank you and in Memory of Mordacai and Lucy

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This is for Gladys review and justice for St Francis Animal Hospital, as well as to all of those who have a new puppy or inquiring to get one...
Parvo Virus is in it highest contagious epidemics because of people who do not research valid sites and educate themselve of this deadly viral disease on how it is transferred, the life span of this VIRUS, and its clinical symptoms. Therefore, I hope that this excerpt can help inform you.
In a Parvo Virus brocure created by the American Veterinary Medicine Association (AVMA), indicates that Parvo Virus is transfered by dogs and all that has "[...]excreted in the feces of infected dogs, and if someone -- human, dog, bird, etc. -- steps in (or otherwise comes in contact with) the excrement, the possibility for contamination is great." Other examples are clothes, hands of people who have handled infected dogs with out proper disinfectiong, shoes, bowls, leashes and all objects that have not been correctly disinfected with a 1:4 ratio of chlorine and water. The virus can live in the enviornment up to 1 year for the virus "is resistant to heat, cold, humidity, and drying, and can survive in the environment for long periods of time" (AVMA Brochure). Therefore gladys , It is not caused by the parvo virus vaccine; yet in the contrary it is meant to prevent such viral infection.

Clinical Symptoms occur "10 days from the time of exposure for dogs and puppies to start showing symptoms and to test positive for parvo" (http://workingdogs.com/parvofaq.htm#Parvovirus). Even within that time period if tested parvo it may indcate a false negative, but once syptoms start then it will appear as a strong positive. Therefore, clinical symptoms to look for are "diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy [and,] usually they stop eating and develop a bloody, foul-smelling, liquid stool". In the case of these symptoms and are not treated quickly, your pet can die from dehydration and shock. Once your pet presents symptoms then do take your pet to the local vet to get treated. TIME IS SENSITIVE TO TREAT CLINICAL SYMPTOMS.In the meantime, I hope that this clarifys Gladys confusion in regards to her pet contracting Parvo through a vaccine. I thank you for taking the time in reading this and hope that before you take you puppie out that you get your pet vaccinated befoe it is too late. Get your pet vacinated with 5in1 (DHPPC) as early as 6 weeks and there after every two weeks until they are 16 weeks; to then create an immunity barrier against this DEADLY Virus. Thank you and in Memory of Mordacai and Lucy

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I have both of my dogs going there and always seem to have a fun time with the girls. They are great handlers...especially since i know that my pet can be a bit special. Very Insightful and helpful with dietary and training questions. The Dr. is very kind and seems to know what she is doing. I would recommend you to go there!

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I have both of my dogs going there and always seem to have a fun time with the girls. They are great handlers...especially since i know that my pet can be a bit special. Very Insightful and helpful with dietary and training questions. The Dr. is very kind and seems to know what she is doing. I would recommend you to go there!

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I would not refer anybody there I took my puppy there last week she had parvo and i honeslty belive she got it from there when she had her shots..She was scheduled to be there for 5 days but I took her out after 1 day because evrything was so dirty. I went to visit my puppy and they brought her to the exam room when we were done they took my puppy to the back and brought another puppy right in without even cleaning the room. I'm sooo unhappy with them. Thankfully I found a great vet in the area and my puppy is doing great!!!!

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I would not refer anybody there I took my puppy there last week she had parvo and i honeslty belive she got it from there when she had her shots..She was scheduled to be there for 5 days but I took her out after 1 day because evrything was so dirty. I went to visit my puppy and they brought her to the exam room when we were done they took my puppy to the back and brought another puppy right in without even cleaning the room. I'm sooo unhappy with them. Thankfully I found a great vet in the area and my puppy is doing great!!!!

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This is the closest animal hospital near me, so I've been going for decades. It used to be an old man who ran the place, but now it's a nice Persian lady.
They are horrible. What can I do? It depends on the help, which seem to change every year.
The last girl who cut my dog's nails had it dripping blood when she was done. :( She couldn't have been older than 25.
Prices are really cheap. That's the only good thing I can say.

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This is the closest animal hospital near me, so I've been going for decades. It used to be an old man who ran the place, but now it's a nice Persian lady.
They are horrible. What can I do? It depends on the help, which seem to change every year.
The last girl who cut my dog's nails had it dripping blood when she was done. :( She couldn't have been older than 25.
Prices are really cheap. That's the only good thing I can say.

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