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Dating agencies in gloucestershire

"The intestinal wall suffers first bruising and then loses its blood supply as the swelling contents exert a tourniquet effect and cut off the blood supply.

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It can then become lodged in the dog's gut, blocking off the blood supply to the intestine before eventually rupturing it, releasing poisonous digestive acids into the body.

Mr Watson, from Gullane, East Lothian, warned: "Beached seaweed and dogs do not mix, and if your pet takes any undue interest in some harmless-looking fronds you should immediately intervene and drag them off to safer sands." He added: "Since the better weather arrived, we have been presented with a dozen cases of gut impaction following ingestion of seaweed.

There are salmon, herring, and other fisheries in the Bristol Channel.

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"In every case the unfortunate owners have brought their poor dog into one of our surgeries following an incredibly rapid deterioration from robust health to death's door within the space of a few hours.

"Beaches along the coast, from Dunbar to Portobello have been implicated, suggesting the problem is likely to be spread far and beyond our own county boundaries.

"The first signs are characteristic of any upset tummy, including vomiting, diarrhoea and loss of appetite, but this quickly progresses to lethargy, depression and weakness, with shaking or trembling at the slightest effort to move.

"By the time that even the initial vomiting or diarrhoea has started the patient is already in a perilous medical condition, with dehydration and circulatory shock usually present." Mr Watson explained that the digestive system needs to absorb and break down all food to get the nutrients.

"It appears likely that rising sea temperatures encourage their growth, and hence their abundance and availability.” He added that warmer, drier conditions mean the seawood is more likely to swell significantly once re-hydrated after being eaten.