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£445 raised in 2016 for

Between 2012 and 2016 incurred £3,000 costs.  In 2016 we raised £445. 2016-2018 goal is to raise £4,000 in donations. publish two unique maps of All Confirmed Alabama Rot cases and All Suspected Alabama Rot cases. We report about research on possible causes of Alabama Rot.

Chris Street
Bransgore, Dorset


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About Alabama Rot / CRGV

If your dog gets skin lesions or other symptoms consult your vet, without delay. “Unexplained redness, sores or swelling of the skin (on the paws, legs, body, face, tongue or mouth) are often the first sign of this disease.” (AMVS, Feb 2016)  After five years, we still don’t know what causes Alabama Rot.  From analysis by, we do know that 90% of confirmed cases have been in the six months during Winter and Spring (December – May). Information about Alabama Rot / CRGV for dog owners from Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists (AMVS).

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Peer-reviewed CRGV research by David Walker & Laura Holm

Updated 20th April 2015.

Research by David Walker, Laura Holm (both of Anderson Moores Vet Specialists) and others review 30 cases of Alabama Rot and conclude that:

“CRGV disease is a TMA (Thrombotic Microangiopathy – blood clots caused by platelets within the small blood vessels of the kidney) of unknown aetiology”

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