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Post by Mia05 on Thu May 05 2016, 19:48

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Post by Jenc on Thu May 05 2016, 20:23

I cant read it Crystal but we've had it here for months!!


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Post by Mia05 on Thu May 05 2016, 20:58

basically jen it just says there was a case in scotland in march and it was fatal poor dog
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Post by Mia05 on Thu May 05 2016, 20:59

http://trib.al/nMQqQvc see if this is better hen
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Re: alabama rot

Post by Sealpig on Fri May 06 2016, 12:38

It's in the Hampshire area too :/ am always checking Rio over after walks paranoid about it
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Post by Jenc on Sat May 07 2016, 10:24

We have had 1 fatality here too, the woods affected are 5 miles from me Surprised Always washing Katy's feet when we come back from walks!!!


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Post by -Ian- on Tue May 10 2016, 14:43

And yet they still don't know what causes it Sad


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Post by Jenc on Tue May 10 2016, 20:11

-Ian- wrote:And yet they still don't know what causes it Sad
No they don't Ian Surprised They only know how to test for it in a deceased dog not a living one!!!


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Post by Inez Maria on Thu Jan 11 2018, 19:41

Its an awful disease and today I had the worrying wait of kidney level blood tests for Vin to rule this out, due to a strange lesion on his paw, its been the longest day of my life thus far,,,, though credit to the vet from taking blood to ringing me with results was only 3 and a half hours. Pleased to say Kidney and renal function fine and levels of potassium and such like were normal. So glad I went when I did and had it checked to be safe so be very aware of any lesions, sores that are present xx


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Post by Nifty staffy on Thu Jan 11 2018, 19:47

Glad Vinnie has received the all clear.
What a stressful time.
With this ruled out, anything particular to be done for the lesion ?


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Post by Inez Maria on Thu Jan 11 2018, 19:51

Yes very stressful, just antibiotics and cream hopefully that will sort it out I am still edging towards it being from salt on the roads as it seemed almost like a burn in the beginning, but of course I always panic, but the vet said she was concerned at the look of it


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Post by Nifty staffy on Thu Jan 11 2018, 20:01

Best to panic but to be sure Wink

We have a cream here, dunno if you can get it where you are.
Originally a human cream called Betadine or Isobetadine (depending on country). It’s very well known for working better on animals than humans ! A basic must-have for all first aid kit here.

I had a cat with a lesion under her paw which we could see the bone. One week with this cream and it was healed over 80%


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Post by Inez Maria on Thu Jan 11 2018, 20:05

Ah lovely thank you I will look for that Smile


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Post by Jenc on Thu Jan 11 2018, 20:41

So glad it wasn't that Inez, we do need to be careful of the gritted roads & keep paws cleaned Love Struck


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Post by Inez Maria on Fri Jan 19 2018, 18:49

Well 2 new cases here of Alabama rot one of which fatal ,,,,,,, the walks where these dogs were taken only about 3 miles away from me,,,,, I am so so scared to go into woods now Sad


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Post by gillybrent on Fri Jan 19 2018, 19:00

I think the main thing is to be vigilant. Know your dog, know what is or isn't 'normal'.

If it isn't 'normal' then vets  IMMEDIATELY !


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Post by Inez Maria on Fri Jan 19 2018, 19:04

Yes indeed and I am very vigilant ! at all times


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Post by Nifty staffy on Fri Jan 19 2018, 19:16

Gotta be extra careful.
How is the original lesion getting on btw ?


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Post by Inez Maria on Fri Jan 19 2018, 19:45

Yes its healed well with the cream and antibiotics thank you for asking xx


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Post by -Ian- on Sat Jan 20 2018, 10:38

Pleased to read that Vin is much better Inez but you can't help worrying, I know I would.


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Post by Nifty staffy on Sat Jan 20 2018, 11:28

Good to hear that it’s cleared up.

I do think it’s normal to worry, it shows that we care


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Post by Inez Maria on Sun Jan 21 2018, 18:16

4 suspected cases here now one spaniel 15 months old died owners didnt know signs and it was too late Sad some tissue testing is being done in Winchester to confirm and will take 3 weeks but all symptoms were pointing to Alabama rot, its is realy rather scary now tbh. Poor owners must be beside themselves


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Post by channi on Mon Jan 22 2018, 06:28

where about's was this in the area so i can stay clear
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Post by gillybrent on Mon Jan 22 2018, 08:21

I don't know exactly where, but it seems to be contracted from woodland/forest areas mainly.

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Post by Inez Maria on Mon Jan 22 2018, 19:23

channi wrote:where about's was this in the area so i can stay clear
Mayhill, Mitcheldean, Speech house near Cindeford, and Parkend in Forest Of Dean


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Post by Inez Maria on Mon Jan 22 2018, 19:24

[quote="gillybrent"]I don't know exactly where, but it seems to be contracted from woodland/forest areas mainly. [/quote Yes it is all woodlands here I have stopped going out there for the time being


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Post by channi on Mon Jan 22 2018, 19:34

Inez Maria wrote:
channi wrote:where about's was this in the area so i can stay clear
Mayhill, Mitcheldean, Speech house near Cindeford, and Parkend in Forest Of Dean
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a bit to close for comfort then
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Post by Inez Maria on Mon Jan 22 2018, 19:41

Certainly is Sad


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Post by -Ian- on Mon Jan 22 2018, 19:51

With so many cases so close together I'd be worried too Sad


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Post by gillybrent on Mon Jan 22 2018, 21:18

I think you need to be vigilant. If you walk your dog in or near woodland/forest then wipe their feet & legs when they come back from walks & inspect the skin daily. Any unexplained lesion - straight to the vets.

If caught early, many cases recover fully.

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Post by Inez Maria on Mon Jan 22 2018, 21:25

^^^^^ yes I always do wash and dry feet and legs everytime even before all this and check him every night when he is flat out asleep next to me .... hopefully it will die down soon


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Post by Paris1990 on Tue Jan 23 2018, 12:37

Will it just be in those areas or all over? how do I find out if I need to be more careful where I am. I basically live in all forest/woodland :\
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Post by Inez Maria on Tue Jan 23 2018, 15:12

Its affected most parts of country here is a link to map where its been
http://alabamarot.co.uk/map/alabama-rot-uk-cases-map/


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Post by Paris1990 on Tue Jan 23 2018, 19:25

Non in my area which is a relief will still be wiping his paws though just incase and check that map if we go further afield. Thanks for that link Smile
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Post by Inez Maria on Tue Jan 23 2018, 19:27

Ah that is a relief, there have been none here until this year deffo seems on the up. Yes thoroughly wash paws and whole legs with cold water and dry glad it was helpful xx


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Post by gillybrent on Tue Jan 23 2018, 21:13

Paris1990 wrote:Will it just be in those areas or all over? how do I find out if I need to be more careful where I am. I basically live in all forest/woodland :\

I think the safest way to be sure is to phone any vets in your area & ask. If they've had cases they'll tell you.

If not, just wash legs/feet & be vigilant!

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Post by Inez Maria on Tue Jan 23 2018, 21:37

Yes good idea ring local vets I did ask mine when this was tested and she said she had only had one case and that was about 2 years ago ,,,, but I may ring them again on the recent suspected Smile


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