Blue Green algae - Fleet Pond
Blue-green algae can be toxic to dogs. Call your vet immediately if you suspect poisoning.
Don't let your dog drink from or swim in water containing blue-green algae.
Blue-green algae is most common during the hotter, drier summer months when there is less rain.
There is no antidote for the toxins produced by the bacteria, but if caught early enough, your vet will likely try to make your dog sick and attempt to flush the toxins from the body before they take hold.
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