Wagga vet says vaccination is best way to protect pets from parvovirus

Taylor Dodge
By Taylor Dodge
Updated January 31 2022 - 7:48am, first published January 28 2022 - 10:00pm
PET PROTECTION: Veterinarian Dr Ebony Schoenfeld with 7 yo Caitlin Callcott and her 10 week old Jack Russell pup Tilly. Picture: Les Smith

PUPPY-KILLING parvovirus should be at the forefront of every dog owner's mind according to Wagga veterinarian Dr Ebony Schoenfeld.


Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge


Now working for The Daily Advertiser, Taylor has more than three years of experience working as a Journalist for Australian Community Media covering an array of topics. Connect with her at taylor.dodge@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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