Intussusception is a serious condition that occurs when a part of the intestine slides into an adjacent portion of the slide. In some cases, the exact cause of the intussusception may be unknown while in other cases this slipping of the intestinal portion may occur due to intestinal inflammation caused by parvovirus or due to other systemic illness in the body. This intestinal telescoping narrows the passageway for smooth flow of intestinal content causing a partial or total obstruction. Symptoms of intussusception include diarrhea, vomiting, lethargy, pain, and inappetence. Diagnosis is made by a physical examination that may detect a solid mass in the abdomen while imaging techniques like x-ray and ultrasound may help in confirming the incidence of disease. Chances of reversal of the intestinal portion to normal are not often so surgical repair to restore intestinal health and to prevent the recurrence of disease is required.