I thought I'd share this, I know there are people on here from the southeast. The article does mention that toxic algae has been found in every state. I didn't know how quickly it can be fatal to dogs. I feel really bad for the people who have lost their dogs due to toxic algae. I have taken my dog to lakes and creeks and I'm going to be more careful.
https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/12/health/t ... index.html
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this is crazy!! WE have some up here in ct, and they close some parks. Im not taking my girls swimming now just to be safe.
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