Hi Its been a while since I've posted a thread on here, But I'm back, Alright so 2 weeks ago I brought a 4 1/2 week old puppy. Yes you are reading this right. A backyard breeder sold me one of his puppies at 4 1/2 weeks. Regardless the female puppy was in TERRIBLE condition let alone HEALTH. Never the less we nursed her back to health. Healed her bladder infection and put her on vet bought formula (Which we ordered) and mushy puppy kibbles. Now she is a big fat healthy 6 week (almost) old puppy We live in the middle of NOWWHERE on a farm. Im not interested in driving hours or whatsoever to a vet to give her all her shots. In my point of view most of the time its an overdose and ends up killing them TO YOUNG. We have plenty of dogs out here and only ONE has had all of his shots. The others have strived and lived healthily and happily without vaccinations and shots- We cure them with homemade remedies' if they start to get ill but they DO recover . Sure vet checks and worming etc. is fine by me when we have a vet nearby but that's not my point. Recently my family and I went to a Fair-we drove 3 hours to get there, And in this case our new puppy HAD to come with us because she is to young to be left home alone. She is LEASH trained I advise you to NOT argue with me that I trained her to young. In fact the leash training took 1 day in all once I bribed her with tiny turkey pieces. I didn't have to pull/jerk once. And for your information I don't hit/smack my dogs I just don't do it. Anyway she met with heaps of dogs at one point she met a Miniature bull terrier who was also female and was vaccinated/had all her shots. I didn't let her get to close to other dogs as I started to become slightly weary. She got heaps of attention from anyone I passed because she was so 'Small and tiny' for a Bull Arab x Pitbull. This resulted in heaps of pats from everyone. I am worried now. She was exposed to many animals and people which MAY result with Parvo. However it has been 1 1/2 days since the Fair and no symptoms have been shown what so ever. My main question is how can I prevent her coming down with Parvo? We are very isolated out here so im not to worried. I know all the Pills and medication id have to buy if she did but we don't have that sort of luck here. I've been building her immune system up to. I've been adding high protein things to her diet as well as various fruits and vegetables. Would plain vanilla Yoghurt be ok to add into her soaked and mushed Kibble? If she came down with Parvo (Im not at my ODDS but im just preparing incase. Yanno I don't want to not know what to do if she started showing symptoms) What would be my best option? I've heard homemade tea does well for keeping up hydration. Any homemade dog tea's you guys know of? What about something to ease her pain? I've heard Human Panadol would do the trick. Is this true? If not would any other human Pills work? What would be the best move if she started to show symptoms? YES I know that it would be my fault if she came down with Parvo. But she will have a high survival rate because of all my research and im prepared to take what ever life throws at me. Please I advise that before you post, check the words I have written in Capitals. They are there for a reason-So that you don't mistaken me. Please no rude or nasty or "Your the WORST dog owner" comments, I WILL NOT tolerate it. There are thousands of folks out there that do exactly what I do. Cheers!