Fetcham, Surrey – dog dies of confirmed CRGV.

Today Anderson Moores Vet Specialists report that sadly, one dog has been confirmed as having died as a result of cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV). The dog was from Fetcham, Surrey.

Our two Alabama Rot maps have been updated. The confirmed cases map gives the Fetcham, Surrey location (red drop). The all cases map includes the Fetcham location (red drop) and the three areas – Bookham Common, Polesden Lacey and Norbury Park (orange drops) where the dog was walked, according to Pet Doctors Fetcham.

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2 Replies to “Fetcham, Surrey – dog dies of confirmed CRGV.”

  1. Have there been individual cases at polesden lacey, norbury park and bookham common in addition to this dog? I have read that there have been 4 deaths in may – one at each of these places, which is correct please?

    1. From https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1tk75QDe_6i9q8Ykr6-hCYcErT7E – one dog has died (May 2016) whose home was in Fetcham, Surrey (red drop). This dog had walked in Polesden Lacey, Norbury Park and Bookham Common (orange drops).

      Anderson Moores confirmed a dog had died at East Molesey (red drop) in April 2016.

      Another dog was suspected of having Alabama Rot at Box Hill (green diamond) in January 2016. This dog (Leon) had walked around Colley Hill and Epsom Downs (orange diamonds).

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