The test was positive. Our worst fears were confirmed, and little Max had was diagnosed with deadly parvovirus. His body shook with chills, his stomach hurt so badly that he couldn’t bare to eat, and he had never felt so terrible.
In most shelters throughout the Southeast, parvo is a death sentence for puppies. But luckily for Max, he will receive top-quality care in the Atlanta Humane Society’s Parvo Treatment Ward, which is made possible by your generous support.
Unfortunately, Max is not the only puppy battling parvo at the Atlanta Humane Society. In fact, right now there are over 30 puppies being treated and quarantined for this potentially deadly disease, and your help is urgently needed.
Our expert Shelter Medicine Team comes in early and stays late every day to provide top-quality, life-saving care to these puppies who are fighting for their lives. They administer medication, fluids, critical-care food, and ensure that these tiny patients are warm, comfortable, and loved.