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Old 11-19-2012, 04:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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My black pup had the intranasal kennel cough and his adult teeth came in white. He also has Eaton Affirmed in his pedigree.

Parvo virus has some strains that are more resistant to the vaccine. It is possible she got that strain. It is also quite possible that she has a genetically weak immune system. Genetically weak immune systems are one of the issues with standard poodles. I hope it is an issue that people take into consideration when breeding.

My bet is the discolored teeth are genetic and not environmental seeing as how the other pup and the parents were fine. There are genetic tooth conditions with discolored teeth or enamel.

I hope she is spayed and lives a long happy life. I also hope you think hard about breeding the same pair of dogs together again.

So glad she made it through the parvo!
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That explains the Parvo positive. I heard of pups at 8-10 weeks being diagnosed with Parvo with a week or two of having their shots. Those most likely are false positives.
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My black pup had the intranasal kennel cough and his adult teeth came in white. He also has Eaton Affirmed in his pedigree.

Parvo virus has some strains that are more resistant to the vaccine. It is possible she got that strain. It is also quite possible that she has a genetically weak immune system. Genetically weak immune systems are one of the issues with standard poodles. I hope it is an issue that people take into consideration when breeding.

My bet is the discolored teeth are genetic and not environmental seeing as how the other pup and the parents were fine. There are genetic tooth conditions with discolored teeth or enamel.

I hope she is spayed and lives a long happy life. I also hope you think hard about breeding the same pair of dogs together again.

So glad she made it through the parvo!
Mom is spayed and I don't have the male...I beleive she was exposed to a strain that she wasn't vaccinated against. The puppy is spayed and she will not be bred...
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Liafast, it's people like you who will make the poodle stronger. Immune system issues are really important. It's one of the reasons people should consider breeding young unproven females to older, healthy and proven males. An older proven female could be up for trying a young, unproven male.

I have heard of dogs getting parvo even after being vaccinated before. Parvo is getting more resistant. My vet insists on four parvo vaccines, not three, because of it. I do not like over vaccination, but parvo is one I will follow my vets advice on, although I like to do titers for later vaccines.
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