Keep Your Kids And Pets Away From The Toxic Blue-Green Algae That’s Been Spotted In Northern California

If you enjoy taking your furry companions onto adventures with you, then you’ll definitely want to know about some nasty toxic algae that’s been spotted in our state. This specific type of blue-green algae has already killed several dogs elsewhere in the country this year, and it’s definitely not to be taken lightly. Coming into contact with water that’s been affected by this type of algae can cause a variety of symptoms in humans, but it can be deadly for pets. Read on to learn all about this algae, where it’s found, and what you can do to avoid it.

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Did you know about this nasty blue-green algae sweeping the state? It can be spotted every summer, but this year is particularly worrisome.