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Oh no! Proof of climate change! Poison toads in your back yard. Only possible explanation!
And my girl Duchess. I miss her a lot. She went out to potty one evening and never came back. I searched for a month
Oh.... Glen I'm so sorry you had suffer that lose. I would be so heartbroken I would not be able function.Gnarls.
Colorado River Toad also known as Sonoran Desert Toad:These toads can be deadly to a dog. The toad releases a highly toxic paralyzing psychedelic toxin called butotenine when threatened.If a dog sniffs, touches, or bites this toad, there have been reports of full grown big dogs dying in a matter of minutes.I find these in our backyard mostly during rainy periods. When I let the dogs out the back patio to go potty, typically their early morning potty is before sun-up, I go out with them and look around with a flashlight for anything that might harm them – like scorpions, poisonous Arizona Giant Centipede, or poisonous toads. This morning about 2:30, I was very surprised to find one, with our very dry 25% RH, 109d F temperatures, on the patio where my dogs sniff around. I’ve never seen one during daylight hours.When I find one, I always put on a nitrile glove, put them in a plastic bag, walk across the street to the greenbelt and let them loose. Gnarls.
I should post a picture of my aunt and uncles Newfoundland happily resting in the snow storm. He looks like he weathered a blizzard being complete covered in snow. They couldn’t convince him to come inside initially. Eventually their other dog, that prefers the couch inside, convinced him to come in for the night. The Newfoundland loves the snow and cold and prefers to be outside no matter the conditions.
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