The nine year old dog ate a poisonous pufferfish washed up in seaweed at Seacliff and died within a hour of the trip.
Daly was unaware the dog had actually eaten the fish, which has a poison so toxic it can bring a rapid onset of paralysis.
” When we got home she vomited and I truly believed that was the end of it,” Daly claimed.
” I believed she would certainly vomited up anything nasty she would certainly eaten.
” It was so fast, it was hard.”
The incident has actually motivated a cautioning to fellow Adelaide pet owners.
Veterinarian Dr Sophie Sweet stated a pufferfish’s poison “causes death by respiratory paralysis so they simply can’t take a breath anymore”.
It is suggested if a dog comes into contact with one at the beach, they require to get to a veterinarian instantly, also before the symptoms reveal.
” You might see some vomiting or some trembling,” Dr Sweet claimed.
” You might see that they lose control of their legs as well.”
Pufferfish threaten for humans too.
The advice if you see one washed up along the coast is to avoid touching it with your bare hands.
” It could be a great idea to use a little doggie bag and pick it up by the tail and put it in the bin,” the veterinarian claimed.
Daly said he hoped nobody else has to go through what he has.
” If I can save one or assist one other person and their pet, I ‘d be truly grateful for that.”