UK Registered Charity 1122246 This website would not be possible without the kind help of Tony Martin of the “AV Martin Charitable Foundation”

The friends of the foundation are people who’s pets we have helped through our support, and know volunteer to help other people who’s pets are suffering with serious infections. You can contact any of our friends for support.

Friends of the Foundation in the USA

Andie Irwin’s
dog cooper has recovered from MRSA and she is happy to chat through her experience
papaspinone@aol.com

Lori Fogler Nicholson
who sadly lost her dog Mr Beebs can be of support
203 488 9760 lorifogler@aol.com

Lisa Muse  her dog Foster had MRSA. Foster has recovered from a MRSP
703-424-4226 email address is lisamuse@gmail.com.

Beth Brown
in Ohio her Samoyed Zack recovered from MRSA
614 854 9023 lisabethbrown@earthlink.net

Fritzie Maddock
sadly lost her dog Bear to MRSA and is willing to talk to people who have infected pets or who have been bereaved
Fmaddock54@gmail.com  803 776 3931.

Cathy Conner
is happy to talk about her experience of cross infection between her cat and daughter
cathyconner333@hotmail.com

Susan Miles
Sadly lost her dog Corky in January 2009 S
miles1148@cox.net   480 502 0421

Christine Cazes
dog, Troy, sadly died from a disease called degenerative myelopathy and had also suffered with MRSA ear infections (not the cause of death)
cazesccc@hotmail.com

Janet & Brian Collins
dog Elsa has recovered from MRSA and they are happy to be of support
540-997-1133 3gablesbb@live.com

Susan Morris
can tell you about her treatment of her dog McRae with MRSA
skamorris@gmail.com   803 432 6580

Carol Hammock
has a dog Haley who is now recovered from MRSA
email: carol@carolhammock.com   telephone: 404-234-2690

Janie Russell
her dog Emmy had MRSA
russell5000@mac.com

Patty Carmichael-
Las Vegas, My beloved Princess passed away form MRSA in May 2012. May connect me with questions about Diabetic dogs with MRSA and holistic ideas for treating MRSA sores. changedpattyc@embarqmail.com

Friends of the foundation in the Europe

Nicole Mullen
lost her dog Royce to MRSA
bootsiesibs@aol.com

Jo Ward
My dog MeggieMoo recovered from MRSA following an accident. Since then we have spent a lot of time challenging vets and learning. We are happy to support others in Scandinavia and Europe with chat, emotional, practical support or by education of vets or other professionals.
(0045) 52395044 meggiemoo.dk@gmail.com   Udflyttervej 2, 5700, Svendborg, Danmark.

June Anne Walker
whose white German Sheppard Emma go hit by a car and broke her leg has now recovered from MRSA
01384 400165 june.anne@tiscali.co.uk

Christine Ross
Her dog Freya recovered from MRSA
amazon_security@hotmail.com Telephone: 07846369326

Jane Bostock
sadly lost her beautiful Boxer dog companion Dowie to MRSA and would be happy to support others. She lives in Derbyshire in the UK.
e-mail address is wild.things@btinternet.com.

Did you know...

Pets can become carriers through the close physical contact they have with people who are themselves carriers.

All about infections

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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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Viruses vs Bacteria

The differences between bacteria and viruses Author – Elaine Pendlebury BA BSc  BVetMed DMS MRCVS  Senior Veterinary Surgeon (Science & Welfare) PDSA Bacteria (singular is bacterium) are one celled living organisms [&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

Duchess was spayed and micro-chipped. Things went well until one day we noticed a dimed size spot that was bleeding and pussing around the area where dogs usually get microchipped. [&hellip

Duchess

Our dog Jessie contracted MRSA on April 15th after going in for a routine spaying operation. The vet said everything had gone well and she should be back to her [&hellip

Katrina Beckett (Norfolk)

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