Susan Stone, owner of 9-year-old Charlie Bear, said the dog is like most Labrador retrievers, friendly and curious.
"Their nose is into everything," she said. "Next thing you know, they're trying to eat it...I just try to make sure he doesn’t grab it before I can catch him.”
If you have wild mushrooms in your yard, Sharp said get rid of them. And if your pet starts acting strange, don't wait to get help.
"If a dog doesn't eat for 24 hours, they're acting lethargic or vomiting and diarrhea that lasts 24 hours, call or seek vet care," Sharp said.
There are a lot of dangers outside and inside for pets. If you have any questions, you can call your vet or poison control for pets.