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September 19, 2013

Most Amazing Pet Recovery Story Competition 2013 – Winner Announced!

We have a Winner! Wet Nose Animal Aid and The Bella Moss Foundation, together with TV vet Zara Boland have found the UK’s MOST AMAZING PET RECOVERY STORY.  So many [&hellip

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September 14, 2013

Vetoquinol Antimicrobial Alert CPD workshop – 15th October – Woodrow House, Gloucester

Bella Moss Foundation client communication  presented by Nicki Glen, (BMF trustee) in collaboration with BSAVA, Abbey Veterinary Laboratories, CAPL and Medimark Antimicrobial resistance is now recognised as one of the [&hellip

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    MRSA In Horses

    Staphylococcus aureus can also be found in the nose, intestinal tract or skin of a small percentage of normal, healthy horses, although the frequency with which it is found varies [&hellip

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    Skin Infections & Pyoderma

    1. How significant is infected dermatitis to the overall health of a dog? Superficial bacterial skin infections or pyoderma rarely cause significant illness. The clinical signs include itching, pustules, scaling [&hellip

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    Testing for MRSA

    How do we test for MRSA? The only way to identify MRSA is to take a sample and analyse it in a laboratory. A culture can identify the bacteria and [&hellip

    How we have Helped

    I was truly devastated and lost hearing the diagnosis of MRSA. I thought my dog’s life was over. The MRSA was on my dog’s nose and diagnosed with a punch [&hellip

    Alaska Sky

    18 months ago my beautiful black Labrador Brooke became ill with a cough and a massive ear infection. The ear infection responded to treatment BUT the cough never cleared. My [&hellip

    Nicolla – Brooke

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