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Several Transmission Routes of Canine Distemper Parvovirus

For the transmission of distemper microvirus many people will have many questions. My dog never takes it out, how can I get infected with distemper? How about the micro virus? My dog was fine before the vaccination, how come he got sick after the vaccination? My dog just has a cold, how come he was tested for distemper at the hospital? The following are some of how the distemper virus is generally transmitted:

1. Distemper Virus Brought in by the Dog Mother

After the mother is healed, the body of the pathogen residue part of the gestation period is brought to the puppy. Still, this distemper microvirus are in a dormant state, and generally will not develop.
The virus needs a carrier to activate, when the dog’s physical condition decreases, such as: colds, diarrhea, and other minor problems appearing, the body’s immune system will be overloaded, immunity is low, the dog’s condition will be aggravated. At the same time, the dormant distemper microvirus in the body may be activated. This situation is also common to us, the onset of the initial symptoms of a dog with a cold or diarrhea, several test paper tests are negative or weakly positive, and finally, our dog died of distemper or microscopic.

2. Distemper Virus Contact Infection

A. Gastrointestinal contact infection, such as: food, feces, saliva, blood, housing, utensils, etc., is called pure contact infection.
B. Respiratory infection, in addition to the above pathways, there is airborne transmission (airborne suspended matter), this pathway is difficult to control.

3. Artificial Infection with Ddistemper Microvirus

This refers to vaccination (artificially implanted virus), many current pet vaccines are not inactivated weak vaccine, that is, live pathogens, although it is prepared in accordance with the scientific immunization calculation unit. Trace amounts of live pathogens are not enough to cause disease in a very healthy dog and are safe!
But the problem often arises when your dog is very healthy before vaccination. If the dog is sub-healthy or already has some minor health problems, then it is easy to have problems!
In addition, the general artificial infection of dogs are more difficult to treat, prone to the complications of a variety of viruses, with a narrow choice of drugs, no way to start!

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