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APA! saves 30 puppies from virus — now they’re ready for your home

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Austin Pets Alive in two weeks! The nonprofit shelter has accepted dozens of puppies with the contagious virus and said Friday that 30 of them were healthy and ready for adoption.

Austin Pets Are Alive! treats dogs Parvo Puppy Intensive Care Unit. The intensive care unit is the first of its kind in the United States. The virus attacks the intestine, rendering the puppy unable to absorb proteins and liquids. Last year, APA! Nearly 700 puppies were treated in the Parvo Puppy ICU in 2017, KXAN told.

30 puppies at Town Lake Animal Center in Austin Pets Alive!superior 1156 W. Cesar Chávez Street You can meet them in the following ways Discover the APA! websitemeet at the refuge on Friday between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. or by email Adopted by @austinpetsalive.org.

APA! also said need host family and volunteer and welcome make a donation.

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