The Cane Toad, commonly known as the Bufo Toad is an invasive, nonnative species and extremely poisonous. The Cane Toad, are more prevalent in the summer in Florida and can be deadly to your dog. Toads are most active after rainfall, dawn, dusk or nighttime so dog owners beware.um.
The toxins can cause dogs to foam at the mouth, vomit and show signs of distress such as pawing at the mouth and eyes. “Dog owners who suspect their pet has licked or eaten a toad should contact their vet straight away or, out of hours, their nearest Vets Now pet emergency clinic or 24/7 hospital.
- Cut your grass regularly and keep it short.
- Fill in any holes around structures.
- Trim the underside of shrubs.
- Keep branches or riprap off the ground.
- Clear away brush piles.
- Remove clutter.