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NO Breeder Or Puppy Is Immune to Parvo


Parvo is a virus and more contagious than anything I have ever witnessed. 
I have never seen a virus in humans that even compares to the parvo virus in dogs.
NO humans can NOT catch parvo.

If a puppy gets a shot days before a parvo test you will get a FALSE positive test result. 
This happens because the shots contain a dose of the parvo antibody.
Vets will also tell you that administering this test shortly after a dog has been vaccinated it will give you a false positive. I have seen this first hand and other breeders have too. 

IF parvo came from the breeder/seller home then trust that the breeder would be in a full crisis. The Breeder/seller would know 100 % if the pup contracted the parvo virus at the Breeders home. If one puppy has parvo then ALL the over puppies at the breeders home would have parvo also. 
Also the breeder will know if the Buyer allowed the puppy to catch parvo 
after leaving the Breeders/sellers home.

Parvo is a VERY VERY VERY contagious virus that can live on floors, door knobs, counter tops, chairs, floor mats in your car, steering wheel in your car, Ink pens that you sign in with, exam tables, dog scales that the vet weighs your puppy on, clothes, walls, light switches, concrete, dirt, furniture, carpet, water bowls, 
food bowls, crates, pens, pets shops, parking lots, Shelters, pet supply stores, dog parks. 

If you get some of the virus on your hands, shoes or clothing and then your pup comes in contact with them, he's going to get sick. If he sniffs or licks a dog who's been infected, chances are he's going to get sick.


Puppies build their immunity slowly with each shot but don't have a full immunity against parvo until well after 6 months of age. Yes puppies with all shots can still catch parvo.
 I would never take a puppy to a groomer or 
ANY public grounds until 8 months old. 

We will NOT allow the public to track the parvo virus onto our property.
If you have never lived through a parvo outbreak then you can NEVER 
understand how the parvo virus works. 

As a Breeder I understand how contagious parvo is but the average person can never comperhend it.
No matter how much I PREACH it to my puppy parents they still don't get it. 

I have one word to explain how it works " TOUCH ". 

I have never seen parvo spread from a sick dog. Parvo is spread more by humans walking on infected grounds and tracking it everywhere they go on the bottom of their shoes. Sick dogs do spread parvo too.
I have ONLY seen parvo spread by people and can pin point who spread the parvo virus.
 The person pin pointed for carrying the parvo virus had been to animals Shelters and Lied about it. 
The person pin pointed has no idea of the loss of life and suffering they caused us years ago.

Once a breeders grounds are infected the virus stays in the grounds for 1 1/2 years.
 Grounds can become re infected at any time by people or on the feet of a healthy animal. 
Parvo is NOT a one time deal that just goes away after the puppies die. 

If you have had a puppy die from parvo then you should not get another puppy for up to two years at least.
IF YOU have had a dog die with parvo then every where you walk you are spreading the parvo VIRUS and killing dogs because you take the parvo virus everywhere you go on the bottom of your shoes!!!

It's always better to get an OLDER puppy that has had all of it's shots and over 6 months of age.



As a Professional Breeder I work very hard at protecting my adults and puppies from parvo. 
The public is not allowed around our breeding program or litters.

You are not allowed to come to my home unless you plan to take a puppy home with you.
You are NEVER allowed to hold or touch a puppy unless you are taking the pup home with you.
You are not ALLOWED to get out of your car until I come out to your car and you hold your shoes out in the air for me to spray them with ProVetLogic.

I will never Allow the PUBLIC to kill my puppies again as they did many years ago TWICE!

You can Trust that if you buy a puppy from us that it WON'T be incubating the parvo virus. 


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EVERY Puppy buyer should be using ProVetLogic before the bringing home a new puppy.
A puppy buyer should never to go Kennel HOPPING, to Pet Shops, to Animal Shelters, House hopping, and looking at puppies. If a breeder allows you to hold their puppies and come on their property without spraying your shoes with ProVet Logic then you may be buying a puppy that is 

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Even my husband has to spay his shoes daily before he comes home from work.
He keeps a spray bottle in his work truck at all times. 

There is no way to see what surface the Parvo Virus is on or the grounds that are infected.
The transfer of pathogens from one surface to another is called CROSS-contamination.
 You will never know when you come in contact with the parvo virus because it is invisible.

The only way to know the parvo virus is on your grounds or in your home is to have a puppy come down with the deadly Parvo virus. 


I have found that most people that want to come look at puppies do LIE about where they have been.
This is why I treat everyone like they are INFECTED. 

NOTE: We are NOT open house to people that have not picked a puppy from our website
 and paid a deposit on a puppy. 

NOTE: You can NOT bring a large number of people to our home. 
When you arrive at my home DON'T get out of your car. I will meet you at your car and you will have to dip 
your shoes in Parvocide before your feet touch our grounds.

IF you have been to a Animal Shelter odds are you brought home the parvo virus on your shoes!
Vet Clinics, Shelters, pet supply stores, house hopping looking at litters, kennel hopping looking at litters, and high traffic areas of animals and people is the worst place to visit when you are looking for a young puppy. 

If you enter your car after walking on infected grounds then you bring the virus into your car. If you get out in your driveway then you have infected your driveway. Taking your shoes OFF at the door dose not help if you have infected your driveway and the inside of your car. 


Sorry we don't allow everyone to handle our puppies or come to our home and walk freely all over our property. 

 OUR Nursery is a very controlled environment. I don't allow any puppy to re enter the Nursery if Handled by you. I will not risk the lives of other puppies in my nursery or our breeding program. 

I do NOT show adults dogs in person and that is why 
I display our breeding dogs on the website for you to view.

We will never risk our babies life. 
Please we can not allow 10 people to show
 up in a visit from one family. 

This is our home so please have respect for us and our babies.
 This is not a petting zoo and we don't allow anyone to hold our
 puppies unless you are taking the Shih Tzu puppy home with you. 

We feel the very same way about our Shih Tzu and Shih Tzu puppies as you did your new born child.   


  About Parvo Virus...

Parvo is the most devastating disease we
 have ever witnessed in animals. 

I have been a breeder for many years. I Love each and every Shih Tzu puppy that I Birth.
 I expect for you to protect my Shih Tzu puppies.

You must be very careful with young Shih Tzu puppies and dogs because we
 have seen puppies catch parvo with four sets of shots. 

Prevention Is Your Best Policy!

When you take your puppy to the veterinary clinic always keep the puppy in a crate and never let anyone touch your puppy because they may be holding a puppy with parvo virus or have parvo virus on their hands. Never put you puppy on the floor at the veterinary office. I don't touch the door knobs, lean on the counter tops, or sign in with the vet clinics Ink pen.

 I use Pro-Vet Logic Parvocidal Disinfectant and spray it on everything I touch at the vet clinic. I open the door with paper towels that have Pro-Vet Logic Parvocidal Disinfectant on them. I clean the exam table and will not let anyone at the clinic hold my dog against their clothes. If your vet clinic needs to weigh your dog place paper towels on the scales first and place the dog on the paper towels. Leave the paper towels.


Sick dogs walk on these floors all day long and Parvo is VERY HIGHLY contagious by TOUCH !
 Young toy breed puppies usually don't survive parvo. 

When you leave the veterinary office you can tract Parvo home on you shoes.
 Clorox or Pro-Vet Logic Parvocidal Disinfectant
 is the only thing that will kill the Parvo virus on floors and shoes.

 Take a bottle of Clorox spray or Pro-Vet Logic Parvocidal Disinfectant and a roll of paper
  towels with you to the Vet Office.

Spray the bottom of your shoes with the Clorox spray or Pro-Vet Logic Parvocidal Disinfectant.
 You can also take an extra pair of shoes with you. 
Never enter your car before you spray shoes or change shoes then spray.

Parvo virus causes severe intestinal tract disease in dogs. Parvo first appeared in 1978 and quickly spread all over the world, now being famous as one of the most contagious and deadly diseases in the dog population.

What Are The Clinical Signs Of Parvo?
The classic symptoms of Parvo are severe vomiting and diarrhea (often with blood in it) along with extreme weakness and dehydration. Parvo literally destroys the lining of the GI tract, allowing bacteria to infect the bloodstream (a serious condition called septicemia). On those occasions when puppies (and sometimes adult dogs) die from Parvo it's usually due to the combined effects of dehydration, upset in the pH balance of the bloodstream, and septicemia. The symptoms of Parvo are remarkably similar to, and as serious as, those of people with radiation sickness (such as from nuclear fallout) with the difference being that recovery is usually complete (meaning with no lasting side effects) in those puppies who recover from Parvo. Although veterinary medicine has made tremendous progress in the treatment of Parvo in recent years and many puppies are being saved, Parvo should still be considered an extremely serious and often fatal disease.

How Is Parvo Virus Transmitted?

Dogs acquire infection with Parvo virus by ingesting (meaning to swallow) the infectious virus particles. The Parvo virus is one of the hardiest viruses known to science and this virus can live outside the body in a dormant yet infectious state for one to two years. Puppies do not have to be in direct contact with other dogs to catch Parvo since the virus can be spread by people's clothing, shoes, and other inanimate surfaces, and can even travel on the dust in the air. A dog (or puppy) who is shedding the Parvo virus can defecate (go to the bathroom) on a surface and then a susceptible puppy can come by and sniff or lick this surface over a year later and can still catch Parvo.

What Are The Clinical Signs Of Parvo?
The classic symptoms of Parvo are severe vomiting and diarrhea (often with blood in it) along with extreme weakness and dehydration. Parvo literally destroys the lining of the GI tract, allowing bacteria to infect the bloodstream (a serious condition called septicemia). On those occasions when puppies (and sometimes adult dogs) die from Parvo it's usually due to the combined effects of dehydration, upset in the pH balance of the bloodstream, and septicemia. The symptoms of Parvo are remarkably similar to, and as serious as, those of people with radiation sickness (such as from nuclear fallout) with the difference being that recovery is usually complete (meaning with no lasting side effects) in those puppies who recover from Parvo. Although veterinary medicine has made tremendous progress in the treatment of Parvo in recent years and many puppies are being saved, Parvo should still be considered an extremely serious and often fatal disease.

How Is Parvo Virus Transmitted?

Dogs acquire infection with Parvo virus by ingesting (meaning to swallow) the infectious virus particles. The Parvo virus is one of the hardiest viruses known to science and this virus can live outside the body in a dormant yet infectious state for one to two years. Puppies do not have to be in direct contact with other dogs to catch Parvo since the virus can be spread by people's clothing, shoes, and other inanimate surfaces, and can even travel on the dust in the air. A dog (or puppy) who is shedding the Parvo virus can defecate (go to the bathroom) on a surface and then a susceptible puppy can come by and sniff or lick this surface over a year later and can still catch Parvo.

CPV results in two forms of infection: intestinal and cardiac. Puppies 6 to 16 weeks are most susceptible to CPV. Most cases involves puppies under the age of 6 months, with the most severe cases seen in puppies under the age of 12 weeks.

CPV-2 is a highly contagious virus affecting members of the family Canidae. Members would include domestic dogs, coyotes, wolves, and foxes. The virus is spread through direct or indirect contact with infected feces. Possible reservoirs for CPV-2 would include be shoes, paws, cages/carriers, and even soil. The virus can lie dormant on the ground for long periods of time (1+ years). It is resistant to much environmental conditions such as low pH and high temperatures. 

•The most common clinical symptoms shelters see are varying degrees of vomiting, foul-smelling diarrhea that can be very bloody, loss of appetite, fever, weakness, depression and dehydration.
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