A toxic algae blooms in your backyard.
It’s time to call in a water treatment professional.
It is also time to contact your local authorities.
The bloom is an algae-infested plant called Staphylococcus aureus, and it causes health problems in pets, including cancer.
It grows in hot, humid conditions and blooms when temperatures are above 75 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The water treatment industry is struggling to control the algae problem.
The EPA has reported a nearly 200 percent increase in algae blooming deaths in the United States in 2017, with an average of about 200 deaths a year, according.
It’s not just people with pets who are dying.
A study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association found that pets infected with algae in their homes were five times more likely to die than pets without algae.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University found that in 2017 alone, 1,926 dogs were killed by the algae bloom, and more than 10,000 pets died.
There are many ways you can protect yourself from a potentially fatal algae bloom.
It can be a bit of a pain, but you should take the time to learn about the plants, how to prevent it, and how to treat the wounds caused by the bloom.
Here are some of the things you can do to keep your pets healthy:Stay out of the sun:A healthy pet can tolerate high temperatures.
A sunny window, with a breeze blowing in and out, can help keep them cool and comfortable.
If your dog is on a walk, keep him or her out of sunlight.
If your dog has a collar, wear it to keep him/her out of it.
If he/she has a leash, keep it at a distance.
If you have pets who like to chew on rocks, take them to a safer place that is at least 10 feet away.
Avoid high winds:Warm air can help protect your pet from the algae.
If you’re outside, you can use a blanket or a towel to shield your pet’s face.
If the wind is strong, take your dog to the shelter.
Keep pets away from other animals:If you live in an area where animals are a problem, you should also make sure your pets are kept away from people who might be at risk.
If they are not in a house or a vehicle, do not approach or touch them.
If there is a child present, get them away from them.
If a person is outside, stay at least a couple of feet away from your pet and let the person know.
Do not allow pets to play or walk in front of your dog.