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Bella Moss Foundation provides a clinical advice network  vets and nurses around the world.

Bella Moss Foundation cannot provide immediate clinical advice. The charity phone line and email service is manned by a small team of UK-based volunteers (not vets), who will endeavour to respond to all queries as soon as possible and forward them on to a relevant clinical adviser if appropriate.

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If you would you like a talk for your organisation, please contact us – talks@thebellamossfoundation.com 

Please be sure to tell us your name, where you are based and any additional contact details. Please provide us with a brief outline of your pet’s story and condition – including start date, details of symptoms and any initial treatment. Please do not send us your pet’s full clinical history, test results or photos.  In-depth clinical details of your case will then be discussed by the relevant veterinary clinicians.

If you are managing a resistant infection in your pet

We recommend you seek veterinary help immediately. For access to our clinical experts ask your vet to contact us at info@thebellamossfoundation.com so that we can (for no fee ) direct your vet to our clinical experts.

All about infections

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MRSA In Horses

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MRSA in Farm Animals

In 2005, the first report on MRSA in pigs came from The Netherlands. A relation was found between MRSA positive persons and living on a pig farm or working with [&hellip

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Symptoms

If you notice these symptoms report them to your vet immediately. You may be suspicious of a complex and/or resistant infection if you pet has: A wound that will not [&hellip

How we have Helped

We adopted Bear, a five year old Shih Tzu in March of 2006. In January 2008 I felt what seemed to be a cyst below his shoulder, and the vet [&hellip

Fritzie Maddock – Bear

Troy, our 12 1/2 year old Wire Fox Terrier, had an ear infection and diagnosed with MRSA in April, 2008. Immediately, we contacted Jill and Lori at the Bella Moss [&hellip

Christine – Troy

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