"We've heard a lot about MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureusproduce) mainly as it affects people. It also affects companion animals. But there's no need to panic. If you have a healthy dog or cat, there is little chance of your pet being infected with MRSA. Even if your pet does have MRSA, caught in time, it will survive with proper diagnosis and treatment.
We are learning more about MRSA thanks to Jill Moss, Founder and President of The Bella Moss Foundation in the U.K...."
This important, but little discussed issue is the topic of my latest PawNation article. You can read it here in its entirety:
HUGE thanks to Gina Misiroglu and The Red Room for once again placing one of my articles with Paw Nation. This one is particularly important.
I hope you'll surf over and read it and then pass it along to your pet owning/loving friends.
Causes Darlene Arden Supports
The Marcia Polimer Abrams Fund for Canine Behavior Studies at the AKC Canine Health Foundation