Dogs to save our health again!

Dogs to save our health again!

Here is an interesting article from the BBC.

Sheep dog patrols may curb seaside bacterial infections

Dogs will rule the world one day! They really are our best friends.

Collie on the beach

Collie on the beach On the shores of Lake Michigan, border collies were found to be an effective means of controlling bacteria

Researchers found that the hard working sheep dogs were successful at keeping seagulls away from beaches.

Gull dropping are known to be a source of E. coli bacteria, which can lead to abdominal cramping and diarrhoea in humans.

High levels of the bug are a leading cause of beach closures in many parts of the world, including the UK.

The bacteria are commonly found in human and animal faeces and can end up in the seas through rain water run off or from sewage.

Seagulls have been implicated in the spread of resistant versions of the bug. A recent report showed that around a third of E. coli samples taken from the birds were resistant to more than one antibiotic.

Read more on the BBC page

Welcome to Paige!

A big welcome to the newest addition to the Animal Physiotherapy Ltd family!

Paige came out to the world on 28th April 2014. 6lb 4oz at 11.12 am.

Beautiful girl.

Already best of friends with Logan, the face of Animal Physiotherapy Ltd. She is destined to be friends with all animals. We look forward to her first trip to a farm, and its highly likely that she wont be refused the hamsters she is likely to ask for!

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