‘Breakthrough’ in identifying cause of fleshing-eating Alabama rot deadly to dogs

‘Breakthrough’ in identifying cause of fleshing-eating Alabama rot deadly to dogs
 

A vet believes she has made a potential breakthrough in identifying the cause of the deadly Alabama rot which has plagued the UK.
Hundreds of dogs across the country have died because of the flesh eating disease that causes kidney failure and horrific lesions.
70 to 80% of all cases are fatal and there is no known effective treatment.
But now vet Fiona Macdonald suggests there may be a link between Alabama rot and a bacteria found in fish that causes similar symptoms.
Dr Macdonald, who runs a fish treatment centre which develops and supplies professional medicines for fish, said: ‘A friend... read more

 
20 January 2018 in Hot News, Views: 38
Source: Metro
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