Bo Ai Animal ProtectionCentre Of Guangyuan
We received a call about a Border Collie who was led opposite Hongda Bus Station. We appealed for an animal lover to take the Collie to the pet hospital. Our appeal was answered and our founder, Du Yufeng, met the rescuer there. The Collie had a discharge from his nose and a fever and while at the pet hospital he had a seizure. Swabs from his mouth and nose were taken and he had his blood drawn to test.The Doctor checked the results and the dog showed a positive test for canine parvovirus. The Doctor also thought some of the symptoms the dog was displaying were from poisoning. The Collie was given antibiotics, probiotics, vitamins, fluids and antibodies. He is on the road to recovery.
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UPDATE:- Our founder, Du Yufeng, has been busy every night, staying awake until past 3am to nurse the Border Collie who was rescued, suffering from Canine Parvovirus and suspected poisoning. Du took the Collie to the Pet Hospital for albumin and blood transfusions because he was weak and anaemic. She has also been giving him probiotic yogurt to encourage the friendly bacteria in his gut to multiply and because it has been such a long time since he had anything substantial to eat. He is very thin underneath his long coat. His recovery is getting better every day now. Even though he is still weak he is a fighter.
The Border Collie, rescued and suffering from Canine Parvovirus and suspected poisoning is recovering really well.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, is still tending to him throughout the night but he is now interested in his surroundings and is sitting and standing on his own. He is eating on his own too so no more syringe feeding. Parvo is a painful virus so he is being given painkillers on top of the other medicines and fluids throughout the day and night and he looks forward to his probiotic yogurts every day.
He still has a way to go: his weight needs building up but he is getting better.
Thank you for all your shares and donations to help this little one. They are very much appreciated.
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