Puffball mushroom toxicosis (lycoperdonosis) in a two-year-old dachshund

@article{Buckeridge2011PuffballMT,
  title={Puffball mushroom toxicosis (lycoperdonosis) in a two-year-old dachshund},
  author={D. Buckeridge and A. Torrance and M. Daly},
  journal={Veterinary Record},
  year={2011},
  volume={168},
  pages={304 - 304}
}
THE so-called ‘puffball’ mushrooms encompass a number of species that are classified within the family Lycoperdaceae. They are found commonly in Britain as well as other temperate regions of the world, and occur in areas that are frequently used for exercising pets (such as grassland and woodland). Lycoperdonosis has been reported only rarely worldwide. This short communication describes a case of lycoperdonosis in a pet dog in the UK. A two-year-old female, neutered miniature dachshund… Expand
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