Animal Friends Pet Insurance are invested in taking care of animals, wherever they are, that’s why we’ve donated£20,000 to The Alabama Rot Research Fund to help against this deadly disease.
David Walker, of Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists near Winchester, who is leading the national research into this killer disease, warmly welcomed the Animal Friends team to his surgery in February. Watch our exclusive video with Dr Walker where he answers questions about the disease.
Confirmed Alabama Rot Cases
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What is Alabama Rot? (Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy)
How is Alabama Rot caused?
This disease started affecting dogs relatively recently and research is still ongoing. The cause is still a mystery at present, however it seems to be spread by wet, muddy conditions, and it affects particular regions. A research fund has been started to investigate this deadly disease, and donations are needed to keep the work going.
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To learn more about Alabama Rot Research please visit arrf.co.uk