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Blue Algae poisonings #13250385 08/17/19 12:07 AM
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Any news of this killer in area lakes. We live on Cedar Creek w grandchildren and dogs visiting. Not heard of this so strongly until this summer, although I understand it has existed many years. It seems it’s in greater concentration in smaller, enclosed water bodies. Lady Bird Lake is one. But, Guadalupe River is another...but don’t know how much flow is in action at this time. Anyone help me out on this?
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Re: Blue Algae poisonings [Re: Black Horse] #13250484 08/17/19 01:36 AM
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I had not heard of it until this summer. Evidently dogs can't handle it at all.


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Re: Blue Algae poisonings [Re: Black Horse] #13250841 08/17/19 03:15 PM
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It will kill a dog within 30 min. Google it to see all of the bad things about this!


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Re: Blue Algae poisonings [Re: Black Horse] #13250956 08/17/19 05:49 PM
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Yes. We’ve a big Airedale male who loves to retrieve. We stop w all waterplay not knowing what the chemistry is on CCL. It’s gonna take a hurricane or tropical storm to blow out this hi pressure system and deliver big rain. My research says large inrush of fresh water and oxygen and lower water temps. You all be safe out there.

Re: Blue Algae poisonings [Re: Black Horse] #13262136 08/28/19 04:20 AM
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We had it on Texoma about 7-8 years ago.


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Re: Blue Algae poisonings [Re: Black Horse] #13262473 08/28/19 03:04 PM
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It will kill a dog quick

Re: Blue Algae poisonings [Re: Mckinneycrappiecatcher] #13274459 09/08/19 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Mckinneycrappiecatcher
We had it on Texoma about 7-8 years ago.


It was bad enough to kill a dog on Texoma? That would be unusual on a large body of oxygenated water I'm thinking.


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