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  • Information for dog owners about Alabama Rot 

You may have heard recently that there has been a suspected case of Alabama Rot in East Sussex.

The cause of this disease is as yet unknown but it is important that all dog owners are aware of what to look for and seek veterinary advice if you are at all worried. Bathing your dog if they get muddy or wet after walking may help but there is no proof at this stage if it does.
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It is important to remember that although Alabama Rot is serious, the number of dogs affected with skin lesions and kidney failure remains low- 56 confirmed cases across the UK between Nov '12 and May '15