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- Aug 30, 2021
Thank you. I'll have to look that one up. I'm washing, then bleaching the crate today...outside.I’m so sorry she passed! My guess would be that the lesions were from gangrenous dermatitis, which may or may not have occurred in conjunction with another disease. Make sure to thoroughly disinfect anything they came into contact with, to minimize the risk of spread.
The UC Davis CA Animal Health & Food Safety Lab website was down yesterday. I just accessed the form and hope to drive her there tomorrow for necropsy. I'll update once I get the results.Oh, I am sorry that you lost her. Can you try to get a necropsy on Monday by your state vet to look for what might have killed her? Mareks disease has a skin form, but it could be other things. Keep the body cold in the fridge or a cooler wrapped in 2 clean garbage bags, but do not freeze. Here is a list of state vets: