Did you know? There’s a very toxic strain of blue-green algae that’s alive and well in ponds and standing water on the East Coast. This rare type of algae can be very harmful to dogs, even lethal in some cases, and should be on your radar as a dog owner.
Veterinarians suggest that dog owners keep their pups away from waters that are murky and/or smelly in nature; it’s always better to be safe than sorry. Read below for more specific details about the most recent incident, where three dogs in North Carolina died after being (unexpectedly) exposed to these deadly plants.
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