MRSA airborne and your Pets
From Finch93 on twitter:
MRSA airborne and Pets: What You Need to Know http://twrt.me/h8qzz via @LorieAHuston (http://twitter.com/Finch93/statuses/96799725801578497)
There is so much talk about people getting MRSA, what about our pets getting MRSA from us? Did you ever think about MRSA airborne and your pets? I have mentioned before getting MRSA from animals but not giving your animals this deadly bacteria.
How can this be? As I have mentioned many times MRSA airborne is a reality. Many people still would like to believe it is not possible to acquire MRSA from the air you breathe but facts are facts. Where do hospitals check first for MRSA? In the nose! Well how does it get in the nose and why does it stay there. Your nasal passages are usually warm, dark and moist and you are constantly taking air in so would that not indicate MRSA is in the air? There has also been scientific evidence to validate my ongoing claims of MRSA airborne. You will find them as you look through our website.
Most often we do not get MRSA from having it in our nose if we are healthy but if conditions are right you can become ill yourself with this dreaded bacteria or worse yet give it to someone else or your pet.
This article shares with us information about giving our little furry friends MRSA. Be sure to read through it and take the necessary precautions to prevent giving your pet MRSA.