On a Friday, a Pitbull puppy named Holly was placed on an IV while being held in Debbie Perea's arms.
The animal technology said the pup is a rescue that has fought Parvo for a week.
"She's stolen my heart," Perea said as she comforted Holly.
Perea said that Holly is only one of about a dozen puppies that have been taken to the hospital infected with the virus over the last couple of weeks.
It is an infectious disease that usually attacks puppies younger than two years. It spreads through the faeces and targets a dog's intestines.
There is no cure for it, so dogs must fight through it.
Holly is not in good shape, but the hospital staff is hoping that she will do it. [1
"They will probably start vomiting, and they may not start having diarrhea. It may or may not be bloody, but you need to get them to the vet as soon as possible," Perea said.
The virus can survive in the soil for many years after contacting so unvaccinated puppies can catch it in the park. Therefore, Perea encourages owners to vaccinate puppies between 6 to 8 weeks.
She said that is the only way a dog can be kept safe from the unpleasant virus that hopefully Holly will beat.