Three hounds in the Severn zone have kicked the bucket of parvovirus as of late, Anne Arundel County authorities said Monday.
SEVERN, Md. — Three canines in the Severn zone have kicked the bucket of parvovirus as of late, Anne Arundel County authorities said Monday.
Parvo is an exceptionally infectious ailment that makes hounds incredibly debilitated and is normally deadly. Despite the fact that it isn’t perilous to people, it is incredibly infectious among hounds.
To help secure the pooches of Still Meadows and The Orchards people group, Anne Arundel County is sans offering immunizations for canines to shield them from parvovirus as well as rabies. Pooches ought to be on chain and leveled out. Proprietor ID is required for immunization declarations.
The free inoculation center for hounds is planned for Tuesday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the parking garage at the edge of Arwell Court and Pioneer Drive.
Anybody with questions can call Animal Care and Control at 410-222-8900.