The most common and most convenient method of testing for the presence of CPV is the fecal ELISA test.
If CPV is positive, it means your dog has canine parvovirus.
Canine parvovirus （CPV） is a highly contagious viral disease of dogs.
Canine parvovirus(CPV) is contagious to cats. Canine parvovirus disease, canine distemper and canine coronavirus disease are not zoonotic, so they cannot be transmitted to humans.
Canine parvovirus must be based on prevention, and vaccination against canine parvovirus is the best way to control the disease.
A preliminary diagnosis can be made according to the puppy’s mental state and whether it has symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea.
Enteritis-type canine parvovirus can damage the digestive system of dogs, damage the gastrointestinal mucosa of dogs, and cause hemorrhagic infection of the small intestinal mucosa.
CPV is mainly infected through direct and indirect contact, such as the feces, urine, vomit and saliva of sick dogs, food and bedding contaminated with the virus, etc.
Canine parvovirus (CPV) is a highly contagious disease of dogs caused by canine parvovirus type 2. The disease has two clinical phenotypes: hemorrhagic enteritis and myocarditis.