Dogs sick/dying in Norway article - Maybe mushrooms??

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Dogs sick/dying in Norway article - Maybe mushrooms??

Post by Oscar 12345 » 11 Sep 2019, 15:59

Thought I would post this article the subject of which has been in many papers over the last 2 days. It is being investigated but rumour is that mushrooms/bacteria may be to blame caused by wet Summer. I have a strong belief that Otto's HGE last year (October) was caused by eating mushrooms off the lawn. Darn things grow so quickly and there are a lot around at the moment. ... 97846.html
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Re: Dogs sick/dying in Norway article - Maybe mushrooms??

Post by zeta1454 » 12 Sep 2019, 12:38

It is always frightening when the cause of an illness is not known as you don't really know how to protect your dog. I hope they can find out what it is very soon as it must be so stressful for dog owners in Norway just now.
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