Our clinic had a parvo positive dog come in yesterday. What a mess. We cleaned that up and ordered some new tests, as we'd used our last one. Imagine our surprise when I had to go borrow a snap test from another clinic today... and even more surprise when that ominous little dot on the right turned a dark and definite positive. So, my hands are dry and rough not because of winter, but because of the large amounts of bleach and roccal that has washed over them these past two days. Yeesh. FYI, the first dog was taken home to be treated there, but ended up at the vet hosp late at night foreuth. The second one was put down right away, mostly because of the presence of other dogs in the house (yikes). Parvo used to be a summer disease here in OK, according to the vet. Now it seems to be prominent in the winter months instead. I wonder why? Any insight on this? Have there been many cases anywhere else?