They have NO immune system until they are 4 months old..provided you are on time with the shots. I wouldn't even take her and put her on the ground anywhere outside of her own space. Parvo can remain active on the ground for a long long time. You do not want to risk letting Lola catch anything, so until then....keep her in a bubble.
I should add...this can easily be tracked into your home by shoes. So...bubble, bubble, bubble.
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Parvovirus is resistant to extremes of temperature (i.e., it survives freezing and extreme heat) and is unharmed by detergents, alcohol, and common disinfectants. Direct transmission occurs when an infected dog comes in contact with a healthy dog. The virus is found in heavy concentration in the infected dog’s stool. Because dogs will usually sniff where another dog has eliminated, this fecal-oral transmission is the most common method of transmission. The virus particles can be easily spread by hands, shoes, clothing, or other inanimate objects—this is an indirect source of transmission