How to Disinfect a Home after Parvo?

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To disinfect a home after Parvo you should wipe everything down with a bleach and water mixture. All clothes should be washed in a color-safe bleach. All bedding, bowls, toys or anything else that is associated with the animal that had Parvo should be replaced.
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1. Wash all fabrics the dog has touched. Use bleach in the warm-wash cycle to kill any Parvo that may be present in the fabric. Include any bedding, blankets, towels, pillows, rugs,
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The parvo virus is VERY hardy and can live in the environment (carpeting, hard surfaces, bedding, bowls, yard) for many, many years. First throw EVERYTHING the dog used into a plastic
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It would be nearly impossible to be sure you get all of the virus. Rather than concentrate on "clean up" you dogs and any other canines should all have vaccinations against
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Parvo is a tough one to kill. As far as upolstered furniture, mattresses, ect. They need to be professionally steam cleaned or better yet, replaced. There are companies that can do
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How to Disinfect a Home After Parvo
Parvovirus, or Parvo, is a potentially lethal virus that is only carried by dogs. Parvo is most commonly transmitted through feces or vomit from an infected dog. When an unvaccinated dog is exposed to an area contaminated by infected excrement, the virus... More »
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