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Veterinarians warn of toxic blue-green algae dangers

Larry the hound-shepherd mix may be one of few dogs to survive ingesting water laden with toxic blue-green algae — a poisonous and microscopic bacteria that have caused the death of dogs this summer throughout the United State and Canada. Owner Christopher Celi credits the University of Wisconsin’s veterinary teaching hospital for saving the 2-year-old dog, now home and resting following six days of critical and supportive care. In an interview with the VIN News Service, Celi described taking Larry on July 31 to a waterway at Tenney Park in Madison, Wisconsin. He never suspected that the lagoon might be contaminated with toxic blue-green algae. Toxic blue-green algae is not actually algae but a toxic microorganism called cyanobacteria that contains chlorophyll, which makes it look similar to plant matter. It thrives in warm and stagnant freshwater lakes and ponds that are fed by fertilizer runoff and sewage. The bacteria can cause skin irritation and gastrointestinal issues in humans; it can kill animals within 15 minutes of exposure. Seasonal outbreaks are common; every summer, people and pets fall ill from exposure to cyanobacteria. According to media reports, bans are i...