Link: Aberdeen Press & Journal
The first recorded death of a dog from MRSA has panicked pet owners the length and breadth of Britain. NICOLA BARRY and BERNARD BALE ask if humans catch it from pets and if pets can catch it from humans
The sudden death of a beloved pet is bad enough, but when that death is slow and agonising, the heartache can be almost unbearable; especially when it is due to something that could have been avoided.
Through her charity, the Bella Moss Foundation, Jill Moss, an actress from north London, is seeking wider recognition of the possibility of pets contracting MRSA.
Yesterday, she marked the next stage in her campaign by planting a tree in memory of her beloved dog, Bella, who died exactly a year ago.
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