I have a roommate who just lost her puppy Shorty to parvo. We did everything humanly possible to save her. She and her fiance even took Shorty to the vet and they said she had an 80% chance of surviving, which gave us all hope. Unfortunately, Shorty was not able to make it through the parvo and now my friend is devestated. I know how it feels to lose a pet that you feel is such a part of the family, but for some reason, I don't know what to say to her that will help her pain....She feels like she should have done more for her and I can't get her to understand that Parvo is just that kind of illness where most of the time, a dog won't make it.
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