The Toxic Blue-Green Algae Responsible For Killing Dogs Around The U.S. Has Been Found In Idaho

If you’re a pet owner, then you’re well-aware of just how much our furry companions mean to us. That’s why you’ll want to use extra caution when exploring certain bodies of water here in Idaho. Reports have arisen around the country of a toxic blue-green algae that is known to be deadly to dogs. Three dogs have already died this year, so keep reading to learn all about this toxic algae, where it’s been found in Idaho, and how you can identify it.

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Were you aware of just how dangerous toxic blue-green algae is to our furry companions? Definitely use caution when taking them out with you for the rest of the summer.