I have read some of the comments and I don't really feel any better knowing that I mihgt not ever get over losing Kodie. He died of Parvo. This is a nasty disease that they can get anywhere. If your dog starts to get lethargic, thrwing up, and diahrea, don't hesitate to take him to a vet. Don;t jsut take their word for it either. Do your research and ask what kind of treatment method they use. I asked mine and he gave me a lecture on how he was confident about this method of treatment and my dog died. So do yoru homework. I just can't believe my Kodie is gone. He got sick on Mon. May 5 and died Thurday night. I miss him terribly and don't know what to do about it. My yard and his pen is contaminated and I'll have to bleach everything and wait months before getting another one. Not that I even want to. He was so unique and he loved me unconditionally.
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