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A mystery illness is killing dogs in Norway

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ThereWeAreThen

Poor dogs. I hope they find the route of the problem swiftly.:(

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Still Waters

I wonder if it's something they've all eaten, like a bad batch of dog food.

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Scholar4Truth

Probably something in the food. There are various conditions which show these symptoms https://topdogtips.com/bloody-diarrhea-in-dogs/

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Jon the frog

Could be blue-green algae too, maybe they all got to the same park with a pond in full bloom?

It happened before elsewere


https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-49344232

 

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and then
10 hours ago, Scholar4Truth said:

Probably something in the food. There are various conditions which show these symptoms https://topdogtips.com/bloody-diarrhea-in-dogs/

We stopped buying ANY kind of food or snacks made in China.  The stuff was toxic and they made no effort to clean it up.  

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Eldorado

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"A mysterious disease that has been killing scores of dogs in Norway has now claimed the life of a Swedish pooch. "

"Of the 43 deaths, 15 autopsies have been performed and found the bacteria Providencia alcalifaciens festering in 12 of the carcasses, but it is too early to confirm this as the cause. " 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7507805/Mystery-disease-killed-scores-dogs-Norway-spread-Sweden.html

https://www.thelocal.se/20190926/swedish-dog-dies-in-mystery-illness-that-has-killed-dozens-of-dogs-in-norway

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