I was very concientious about not letting him on the ground and kept him in my lap wrapped in his blanket the whole time.
Well....while we were in the exam room and the Miss Vet was clipping his nails (check-over went fine)....the vet tech, was telling Miss Vet about this dog in the back of a truck in the parking lot who the crazy owner guy thought had been poisoned, but he had all the parvo signs. They would not let him bring him in, and she didn't touch him, but said he looked awful. We talked ugly about idiot people who don't vaccinate their pets or think about others....As I was leaving, I heard Mr. Vet telling the guy that he indeed did have parvo.
So now I am a nervous wreck!!!
I am sure everyone who handled Neyland was fine, but the guy himself had been in...opened the door, sat in the chair, walked on the floor....etc.
(even though it might have been beyond help by then, it made me feel better. )
Neyland went right into his carrier when I finished in the exam room.
I just don't know that much about it...