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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 Ė 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. Iíve 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.
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