My dog had Parvo when he was a puppy, and I had heard that once a dog survives the disease they can’t get it again. My neighbors dog just died of Parvo last week, and she told me that a dog is MORE supseptable to the disease once he’s had it once, unless he’s vacinated every year… Which one is true?
Answer by Bozema
There is more than one strain of Parvo, so yes, it can happen again. Vaccinations cover more than one strain.
You can find more information about Parvo in digs here : http://www.vetarena.com/dogs-health-care-articles/285/general-information-about-canine-parvovirus-dog-parvo.html