Canine parvovirus puts a hold on pet adoptions at Va. shelter

An animal shelter in Louisa County, Va., has put adoptions on hold after two dogs there died from possible canine parvovirus, which is transmitted through the feces of infected animals. The presence of the infection remains unconfirmed, shelter officials said. The remaining shelter dogs will be quarantined and monitored for any signs of the virus, which may include bloody diarrhea and vomiting.

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