|MadSci Network: Zoology|
In aquariums, the existence of green algae is a nuisance, but not dangerous. The existence of brown algae is indicative of "sick" water. Canids drink from ponds that have green algae in them with no discerable harm. But I was told that if your dog's drinking bucket has any green algae (not brown & not blue-green) in it , that this is indicative of animal neglect. Is this , indeed, a fact, or is this a needless worry?
Re: Is green algae dangerous to dogs?
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