Parvo cases are on the rise as cash-strapped owners put off vaccines

07/20/2011 | South Bend Tribune (Ind.)

Veterinarians and animal shelters in Indiana are reporting an increase in the number of parvovirus cases, a highly contagious canine disease that can be prevented with a simple vaccine. "It leads me to believe right now that we have an economic problem, and people are not staying up with vaccinating their dogs like they should," said veterinarian Martin Langhofer.

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