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Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs

Mushroom toxicity undoubtedly happens more often in dogs than is reported because many of these poisonings go unrecognized for what they actually are.


Here is a list of some highly poisonous mushrooms for dogs.


False Morales

March - May

Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs - False Morales

Death Caps

July - October

Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs - Death Caps

Panther Caps

July - November

Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs - Panther Caps

Fools Webcap

August - October

Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs - Fools Webcap

Fly Agaric

August - November

Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs - Fly Agaric

Funeral Bell

September - November

Highly Toxic Mushrooms for Dogs - Funeral Bell

The symptoms most frequently seen in dogs are lethargy, staggering, panting, whining, dizziness, salivation, vomiting, tachycardia, and collapse.


While there are many mushrooms that aren't poisonous it's best to keep your yard clear of mushrooms and any potential dangers.


If you suspect your dog has ingested something harmful or poisonous please bring them to your nearest emergency veterinarian immediately.


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