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Alabama rot dog disease cases 'mostly occur in winter':

About 60% of cases of Alabama rot, which has killed more than 100 dogs in the UK, occur in the first three months of the year, researchers have found.

The cause of the disease, which first occurred in the UK in 2012, is still unknown. However, researchers have found there are more cases in autumn and winter.

The disease causes lesions on the skin and occasionally in the mouth. Some dogs can also develop life-threatening kidney failure.

Most deaths caused by the disease have happened in Hampshire (18), Dorset (10) and Greater Manchester (12).

The research is being funded by the New Forest Dog Owners Group and charity Stop Alabama Rot.