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MRSA infections in pets can be successfully treated in most cases.
The bacteria should first be diagnosed with a bacterial culture, followed by a sensitivity test to determine the most effective antibiotic. Pets who are simply colonized with MRSA will usually clear the bacteria on their own in a few weeks without treatment, but it’s best to isolate them from people and other pets with compromised immune systems.
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