The Canine Parvo Virus Pandemic

D. E. Larsen, DVm Prologue Canine Parvo Virus first emerged in Europe in 1976. It was felt to result from a mutation in the feline panleukopenia virus (feline distemper virus). Canine Parvo Virus was highly contagious and a sturdy virus that survived in the environment for months. By 1978 the virus had spread worldwide, causingContinue reading “The Canine Parvo Virus Pandemic”