• What Happens in a Dog's Body with Cyanotoxin?

    25 days ago - By Dawg Business

    By Dr. Jennifer Coates, DVM
    When it's hot, very few dogs can resist taking a dip and probably a sip from whatever water is nearby. Usually, that's not a problem, but if the water is home to large numbers of blue-green algae , owners should do everything in their power to keep their dogs away.
    Here's why.
    Many species of blue-green algae produce toxins that collectively are called cyanotoxins.
    In truth, there are more than 30 species of potentially dangerous blue-green algae that produce several different types of toxin, but for our purposes, we can divide cyanotoxins into two main...
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