Pet-Dogs & Golf Courses – Worries About Dog Poisonings On The Golf Course – Dog Stupidity With Superintendents – 2020 01 06







Disallowing Pet-Dogs On
Golf Course Properties




It is a certainty that NO harm from pest control products is expected for animals present on golf courses. 

No one needs to worry about their safety. 

Pest control products are scientifically-safe, and will NOT cause harm to people, animals, or the environment. 

If a dog is harmed ( or poisoned ) on a golf course, the mystery must be unraveled. 

For example, in Nova Scotia, something at the Amherst Golf Club could have been making dogs sick in early January 2020. 

Three dogs that were walked by their owners experienced a severe symptoms that included seizures, deathly ill, tremors, neuro-toxin damaging nervous system, unexplained illnesses. 

Possible reasons for dog sicknesses included ― rotting food, decaying food, decaying mushrooms, compost, left-overs, carcasses, ( and NOT pest control products ). 

One of the owners retraced her steps and found a plastic container that had rotting food. 

Inevitably, whenever a dog is harmed on a golf course, there is hell to pay in terms of public relations concerning the safety of pest control products ?!?!

According to a local veterinarian, no way should Amherst Golf Club be blamed, especially in winter. 

Any pest control application could NOT be blamed, and, nevertheless, would have been completed several months earlier  ―  hence, could NOT be at fault. 

Nonetheless, dogs should be DISALLOWED from Amherst Golf Club and ALL other golf facilities. 

This must include the neighborhood residents who walk their dogs on the golf course. 

Superintendents must also be DISALLOWED from adopting the practices of raising, breeding, and deploying their pet-dogs on golf course properties. 

Observers find that superintendents’ practice of ALLOWING their pet-dogs on golf courses is ABSOLUTELY ABHORRENT. 

Golf course dogs merely serve as DISTRACTION from the superintendents’ duties  ―  maintaining high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics, and the greater issue of saving the golf industry from imminent disaster by enviro-fanatжcs. 

NO ONE should be allowed to bring their pet-dogs to the golf course. 











Three Dogs Suddenly Poisoned During Winter



January 6th, 2020
Chronicle Herald
Amherst Golf Club
Town Of Amherst, Province Of Nova Scotia
Selected And Adapted Excerpts
Reference  –

Three Dogs Experience Sudden Illness After Walking At Amherst Golf Club — Chronicle Herald





Something At The Golf Course Was Making Dogs Sick

Sudden Illness, Seizures, Sickness, Tremors

In No Way Should The Golf Course Be Blamed, Especially In Winter

Any Pesticide Application Would Have Been Completed
Several Months Earlier [ Hence, Pesticides Are Not At Fault ]

People Told To Keep Their Dogs On-Leash On The Golf Course




A veterinarian, in Amherst, Nova Scotia, is urging dog-owners to always be aware of their animal’s surroundings.

This after THREE DOGS in five days came down with a SUDDEN ILLNESS THAT BROUGHT ABOUT SEIZURES.

According to veterinarian Carolyn Hollis  ―

The first case involved a dog that was walking with its owner at the GOLF CLUB and on the way home in the car BEGAN TO SEIZE.  [ ?!?! ]

It was put in a drug-induced coma and just got well enough to go home. 

It was a long process and it was a close call. 



ACCORDING TO AMHERST VETERINARY HOSPITAL    Dr Carolyn Hollis began employment at the Amherst Veterinary Hospital after graduation from the Atlantic Veterinary College, Charlottetown, PEI.  She has a very calm and methodical approach to her work and as our most senior Veterinarian, Dr Hollis is very supportive and helpful in all aspects of the Hospital.  Her knowledge and experience is an extraordinary asset for both patients and staff.  Along with her husband, Dennis, and two children Mallory and Evan, they provide a loving home to many pets which include little bunny rabbits.  Carolyn enjoys baking which she so graciously shares with the staff, sewing and camping. 



Just as the first dog was recovering someone came in with TWO MORE DOGS that were also experiencing SEIZURES, one was in FULL SEIZURE and the other was simply TREMORING.

The veterinarian said staff were able to evacuate the bowels of the dog that was experiencing TREMORS.

Upon investigation by one of the dog-owners it was determined there was SOMETHING AT THE GOLF COURSE WAS MAKING THE DOGS SICK.

According to Hollis  ―

One of the owners retraced her steps [ at the GOLF COURSE ] and FOUND AN OPEN PLASTIC LUNCH CONTAINER WITH ROTTEN FOOD in it that someone had disposed there.

It was in the woods away from one of the tees. 

It was just left there. 

The veterinary hospital has NOT determined for sure if the food container is the cause.

Hollis said many would not understand the DANGER PRESENTED TO ANIMALS by leaving open containers of food lying around.

In this case, the food was ROTTING and the dogs were attracted to it.

When they ingested ROTTING FOOD, they took in some pretty powerful neuro-toxins that easily could have fatally-harmed them.

According to Hollis  ―

ROTTING FOOD, and things like the MOLD that comes with it, can be EXTREMELY TOXIC TO ANIMALS. 


She estimates it was 30 minutes from the time the dogs ingested the ROTTING FOOD until they began experiencing SEIZURES.

The veterinarian said the dogs were saved by the pet-owners’ quick thinking in getting the animals to the veterinary hospital.

In NO WAY is she blaming the GOLF COURSE since it is private property, and any SPRAYING of pest control products it would have done would have been completed several months ago.



PESTICIDE SAFETY    Golf course businesses must understand that whenever a dog is harmed on a golf course, there is hell to pay in terms of public relations concerning the safety of pest control products  It is a certainty that NO harm from these products is expected whenever pet-dogs are loosened on golf courses.  Nevertheless, no one needs to worry about dogs on the golf course.  ( See later segment entitled Dog Stupidity With Superintendents. )



But Hollis is urging those who use the GOLF COURSE and public areas around the community to be aware of what they do with items of food after they are finished.

The GOLF COURSE is sometimes popular with people walking their dogs, at least until deep snow prevents it.

With a lack of snow so far this winter the GOLF COURSE has been used by dog-owners since their pets can RUN FREE and get some exercise.

According to Hollis  ―

There are lots of garbage receptacles at the GOLF COURSE just as there are around town, please use them. 

Owners also need to be aware of where their dogs are at all times and what they may be getting into or eating. 

The best advice, Hollis said, is to keep their DOG ON A LEASH unless they are absolutely aware of the surroundings.












Unraveling The Mystery Surrounding Poisoned Dogs



January 10th, 2020
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Amherst Golf Club
Town Of Amherst, Province Of Nova Scotia
Selected And Adapted Excerpts
Reference  –

Unraveling The Mini-Mystery Surrounding A Trio Of Poisoned Dogs In Amherst





Something At The Golf Course Could Be Making Dogs Sick

Severe Symptoms, Seizures, Deathly Ill, Tremors, Neuro-
Toxin Damaging Nervous System, Unexplained Illnesses

Possible Reasons For Dog Sicknesses :  Rotting Food,
Decaying Food, Decaying Mushrooms, Compost,
Left-Overs, Carcasses, [ & Not Pesticides ]

People Told Not To Walk Their Dogs On The Golf Course




Three POISONED DOGS in the space of six days were brought to Amherst Veterinary Hospital.

Three POISONED dogs in six days, all of them DEATHLY ILL, is something veterinarian Carolyn Hollis had not seen in her 22 years of practice.

Two were suffering serious SEIZURES, and the third had TREMORS throughout its body.

According to Hollis  ―

It’s VERY RARE to see three dogs just out for a walk in the same area coming in with SEVERE SYMPTOMS like that, definitely one for the records. 

We started to worry that there was obviously something on the premises there that was causing them to be SICK, there’s no way of knowing what it could be

All of the dogs had been walked either this week or last week on the Amherst Golf Club, a popular spot for dog-owners in the fall and winter.

The UNEXPLAINED ILLNESSES set Hollis and some of the dog-owners on the hunt to figure out what exactly had made the dogs SICK, and they have now come up with several theories.

The Amherst Veterinary Hospital could NOT determine what had made the dogs SICK simply by testing them.

What it could determine was that each animal had eaten something that was a NEURO-TOXIN, which was damaging their nervous system.




Severe Seizures



The first of the dogs was brought into the Amherst Veterinary Hospital in early January 2020.

It was having such severe SEIZURES it had to be put into a drug-induced coma for almost 48 hours and hooked up to intra-venous fluids to flush out the toxin.

The dog spent five days in hospital and has recovered enough to go home.

The second dog brought in was still at the hospital getting treatment as of January 8th, 2020.

The third dog, which had TREMORS, fared the best.

Vet staff were able to induce vomiting and get most of the toxin out.

After some other treatments, it made a full recovery and was able to go home after one day.

But the MYSTERY of what caused the SICKNESS still lingered.

That worried Hollis, so she sent out a Facebook message warning people there was SOMETHING IN OR AROUND THE GOLF COURSE THAT COULD MAKING DOGS SICK.


There was a break in the case when two of the dog-owners RETRACED THE ROUTES they had taken with their pets.

One found DECAYING MUSHROOMS their dog may have eaten, the other found a lunch container with ROTTING FOOD their dog may have gotten into.




« Very Toxic »



Either of those it could have POISONED them, said Hollis.

According to Hollis  ―

ROTTEN FOOD produces mold, and mold has a lot of chemicals that can cause severe NEURO-TOXICITY in dogs. 

Compost is VERY TOXIC to dogs as well. 

The dogs’ symptoms were similar to what others go through when they eat DECAYING FOOD.

Hollis said there’s no way to prove conclusively it was the MUSHROOMS or ROTTING FOOD, but said that seems to be the MOST LIKELY ANSWER.

According to Hollis  ―

They don’t have discriminating taste, and dogs in general they eat things that they shouldn’t, unfortunately, and they don’t have a real sense of what’s good for them and what’s bad for them. 

We see dogs eating all kinds of foreign objects and also ROTTEN FOOD and CARCASSES out in the woods. 

Hollis said dog-owners should try and keep their dogs ON-LEASH in any areas they aren’t familiar with, so they can prevent them from eating something they shouldn’t.

People should also make sure they dispose of their food properly and not leave their LEFT-OVERS in the woods to rot, said Hollis.

According to Hollis  ―

Just have some respect for our environment and for our co-inhabitants on this earth and use garbage disposals or take it back home with you. 










Background Information






Are my pets safe if they walk on a lawn that has been treated with [ no-harm ] pesticides ?   



Potential exposure may occur if pets are allowed on the treated lawn before the [ no-harm ] pesticide residue has been allowed to dry. 

They may be exposed through contact with their paws, licking of their bodies, or through eating grass. 

In order to minimize exposure, after treating your lawn, it is important to follow the label instructions as well as the instructions given to you by your lawn care professional, and restrict pets from the treated lawn until it has dried. 

No harm is expected, but avoiding exposures whenever possible is recommended.




Are [ no-harm ] pesticide labels considered safety instructions ?   



The label specifies the correct use of the product so that risks to human health and the environment are minimized. 

The label is a legal document that must be followed. 

When using [ no-harm ] pesticides  ― 

•   make sure that the pesticide label specifies your intended use and lists the pest you wish to control 

   follow all label directions 

•   comply with any additional local, regional or provincial government regulations for use and disposal of unused product or empty containers 

•   use any protective clothing, gloves or other equipment specified on the label 

•   store pesticides out of the reach of children and pets 




Explore the following link   


Pesticides & Pest Management — Frequently Asked Questions










Background Information


Protecting Pets From
[ No-Harm ] Pesticides




To reduce [ no-harm ] pesticide exposure to pets   



Remove pets, cages, pet toys, chew bones, food bowls, and bedding from the area to be treated. 

Keep pets out of treated areas while [ no-harm ] pesticides are being applied, and until areas are dry. 

Read the label to find out when it is safe to enter the treated area. 

If you are unsure of the recommended time, stay away from the area until it is dry. 




Explore the following link   


Keep Your Pets Safe When Using Pesticides










Background Information


[ No-Harm ] Pesticides Are
Safe For Children & Pets




Pest Control Products Are Scientifically
-Safe & Will Cause No Harm




NO one needs to worry about children, and even pets, playing in pesticide-treated grass since all pest control products are federally-approved, scientifically-safe, practically-non-toxic, and will cause NO harm, even to children, and even to pets. 

It is a myth that children, and pets, are somehow at greater risk from exposure than adults because they play closer to the ground and their bodies are still developing.  Fanatжcal-activists despicably exploit children and pets as weapons of coercion and anti-pesticide propaganda. 

Only government regulatory agencies have the essential expertise concerning [ no-harm ] pest control products.  The safety assessments of these products by government regulatory agencies DO take children and pets into consideration.  These assessments DO consider children’s and pet’s physiology, behaviours, and habits while playing on treated grass.

Typically, for [ no-harm ] pest control products that contain the ingredient 2,4-D, the federally approved label states  ―  keep off area until dry.  Government regulatory agencies recommend that in order to minimize any unnecessary exposure, it is good practice for parents to keep their children and pets off treated lawns until residues are dry.  A few minutes after the application has dried, pest control products are NO threat to children or pets.  There is NO problem with children or pets playing on a dried treated surface after a pest control application.  After a pest control product dries on the leaf, it is difficult, if NOT impossible, to dislodge residues off the leaf surface.

According to government regulatory agencies, there are NO unacceptable risks for children and even pets.  [ No-harm ] pest control products are applied at very low doses, and DO NOT present a concern to children  …  and even pets.  Pest control products are scientifically-safe & will cause NO harm. 




Explore the following links   



Re-Entry Intervals — Label Directions For Applications On Turfgrasses LINK



Children Are Safe On A Pesticide-Treated Lawn — Dr Katherine Von Stackelberg LINKS



Children Are Safe With 2,4-D — Dr James S Bus LINK



2,4-D Is Safe For Kids — Mr William Jordan LINK










Background Information


Incident Reports & Re-Entry
Intervals Ensure Pesticide Safety




No One Needs To Worry About
Pet-Dogs On The Golf Course




Health Canada helps protect the Canadian public by researching, assessing and collaborating in the management of the health risks and safety hazards associated with the many consumer products that Canadians use every day.  Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ) regulates pest control products in Canada.  PMRA requires thorough scientific reviews and safety assessments to ensure that pest control products meet strict health and environmental standards and are shown to have value.  Pest control products are one of the most stringently regulated products in Canada.  It employs over 350 doctorate-level experts and leading scientific experts on pest control products.  Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency has the ESSENTIAL expertise on pest control products. 

Health Canada has stated that it is confident that the pest control products that it approves for use in Canada can be used safely when label directions are followed.  Incident Reports are monitored by Health Canada to identify any potential risks to health or the environment from the use of pest control products and to take corrective actions when necessary.  The more serious individual Incident Reports may lead to an official evaluation and action. 

Indisputable and conclusive science-based research shows that, as reported through Health Canada’s confidential test data, NO harm will occur when pest control products are used according to label directions.  The risk assessments of pest control products indicates that they are practically-non-toxic. 

Re-Entry Intervals are necessary to ensure that any pest control product residues on the treated turfgrass surfaces DO NOT pose an unacceptable risk to human health.  These intervals reflect the amount of time required for pest control product levels to dissipate to a level that is well below any point of concern.  They are determined by Health Canada in order to protect people against potential harm from pest control products applied to turfgrasses.  Typically, for ALL pest control products used for turfgrass maintenance, the Health-Canada-approved labels state  ―  keep people off treated area until foliage is DRY.  Pest control products are scientifically-safe and will cause NO harm. 

When examining Health Canada’s Incident Reports, there is overwhelming evidence that Green Alternative Pesticides are questionably higher in toxicity, and pose higher environmental risks.  Here are some examples of serious issues  ―      animal ( dog ) deaths ?!?!   •   attempted suicide ?!?!      child gastro-intestinal vomiting      diarrhea ?!?!   •   hands discolored black      itchy & red hands      major oral exposure      minor dermal irritation      minor dermal swelling      minor eye exposure      minor eye irritation      minor grass damage      minor oral exposure      minor skin exposure   •   pain in arm & hand   •   respiratory exposure  •   sickness ?!?!      transient dermal irritation. 

For every conventional pest control product, manufacturers spend 250 million dollars in order to satisfy Health Canada’s scientific Risk Assessments.  Two-hundred separate Risk Assessments are performed by the 350 professional experts at Health Canada to ensure that these products are scientifically-safe, and will cause NO harm.  Consequently, there is NOT ONE KNOWN Incident Report of harm from the proper use of conventional pest control products used in the urban landscape.  Pest control products are scientifically-safe, and will NOT cause harm to people, animals, or the environment.  No one needs to worry about pet-dogs on the golf course. 




Explore the following links 



Pesticide Incident Reports LINK



Re-Entry Intervals For Applications On Turfgrasses LINK












Background Information


Dog Stupidity With Superintendents




The Practice Adopted By Superintendents
Of Raising, Breeding, & Deploying Their
Pet-Dogs On The Golf Course Is Abhorrent

Golf Course Dogs Merely Serve As Distraction From
The Superintendents’ Duties  ―  Maintaining High
-Quality Playing Conditions & Aesthetics, & The
Greater Issue Of Saving The Golf Industry
From Imminent Disaster By Enviro-Fanat




It is a certainty that NO harm from pest control products is expected for animals present on golf courses. 

No one needs to worry about their safety. 

However, whenever a dog is harmed on a golf course, there is hell to pay in terms of public relations concerning the safety of pest control products ?!?!

Which is why pet-dogs should be DISALLOWED on ALL golf facilities. 

This must include the neighborhood residents who walk their dogs on the golf course.

Superintendents must also be DISALLOWED from adopting the practices of raising, breeding, and deploying their pet-dogs on golf course properties. 

Observers find that superintendents’ practice of ALLOWING their pet-dogs on golf courses is particularly ABSOLUTELY ABHORRENT. 

By being DISTRACTED by their pet-dogs, observers question the superintendents’ ability to provide what paying customers demand  …  high-quality playing conditions & aesthetics. 

Observers are dismayed that superintendents who are employed by golf course businesses would even be ALLOWED by their employers to raise, breed, and deploy their pet-dogs on properties that DO NOT belong to them. 

There is NO OTHER business in the world that would allow its employees to bring their pet-dogs to work. 

This practice is #@!!% dog stupidity, and must be stopped, forever.  

Do dog-owner superintendents understand that they are NOT paid to raise, breed, and deploy their animals on their employers’ golf courses ?!?! 

What is the cost, in time, in energy, and in products, that is being wasted while allowing these mongrels to roam free throughout a golf course ?!?! 

Those golf courses where the practice of raising, breeding, and deploying pet-dogs has been adopted may tend to have poor turf and lower-quality playing conditions. 

Are golf superintendents hired as self-designated pet-dog baby-sitters and breeders, or are they hired to maintain high-quality playing conditions and aesthetics ?!?! 

Should the adoption of this practice become grounds for terminating a golf superintendent ?!?! 

In order to deter dog-owner superintendents, perhaps the prohibition of this practice should be written into their contract agreements. 

This may be the only method of stopping this #@!!% stupidity by dog-owner superintendents, forever ! 

Moreover, do these superintendents understand that their dogs, when improperly turned loose and free from restraint, represent a real risk of biting injury to paying customers ?!?! 

Do these superintendents realize that many paying-golfers actually fear these animals ?!?! 

Do these superintendents understand that whenever a dog is harmed on a golf course, there is hell to pay in terms of public relations concerning the safety of pest control products ?!?!   ( See links below. ) 

Dog-owner superintendents must be stopped, forever.  

No excuses. 

End of discussion. 

Even better, perhaps dog-owner superintendents who insist on bringing their animals to work should not be considered for employment. 

Maybe ?!?! 

Instead of letting their animals loose on golf courses, dog-owner superintendents should devote their energies toward something of value  …  perhaps they should consider SAVING THE GOLF INDUSTRY FROM IMMINENT DISASTER !

Superintendents must recognize that the golf industry is on a collision course with the looming shipwreck of golf-hating, anti-pesticide, & environmental-terrжrist organizations that are demanding  …  THE REVOCATION OF THE PESTICIDE BAN EXCEPTION STATUS FOR THE GOLF INDUSTRY !

Regardless of its provincial pesticide ban exception statuses, the golf industry faces some huge challenges because of its high degree of vulnerability concerning several CRITICAL ISSUES in public affairs. 

Superintendents must defend the industry against left-wing golf-hating fanatжcs, whatever the cost may be ! 

In order to successfully deter the malicious efforts of golf-hating, anti-pesticide, and science-hating fanatics, superintendents must immediately address several CRITICAL ISSUES   …   otherwise, enviro-terrжrism against the golf industry will NEVER end !   ( See link below. )

So far, the golf industry has been jeopardized by national-prohibitions against not only neonicotinoid insecticides, but also carbaryl, chlorothalonil, iprodione, and quintozene. 

The vast majority of these prohibitions were imposed by Canada’s Liberal government since 2015 ! 

With national-prohibition against the golf industry, pest problems will become increasingly unmanageable without effective & safe conventional pest control products, playing conditions will be destroyed, and golf facilities will be annihilated ! 

With national-prohibition, the owners, employees, and families dependent on safe and effective pest control products will face terrжr, despair, and destitution. 

With national-prohibition, people dependent upon work at golf facilities will suffer losses to their employment, lifestyles, job security, families, children, loved-ones, and futures.   ( See link below. )

And it becomes increasingly obvious that #@!!% dog stupidity may be seen as a form of betrayal against the golf industry. 


Future generations will ask the question  ―  why did superintendents worry more about #@!!% dog stupidity ?!?!  ―  why didn’t superintendents try to SAVE THE INDUSTRY ?!?!

We must stop validating this #@!!% dog stupidity ! 

This #@!!% stupidity by dog-owner superintendents must be stopped, forever ! 




Explore the following links 



Dog Death By Trap At Golf Club — Pesticide Ban Responsible — Smith Falls, Ontario LINK






The Critical Issues That Must Be Addressed By The Golf Industry    Now ! LINK



The End Of The Golf Industry’s Pesticide Ban Exception Status LINK











Background Information


Dogs & Pesticides




No One Needs To Worry About
Pet-Dogs On Treated Turfgrass




Explore the following links 



Dogs & Pesticides Scientific Studies Using Dogs — Health Canada –– The Yeary Dog Study LINK



Dogs & Pesticides We Did Not Really Appreciate The Fact That Our Dog Had Been Put At Such High Risk From Pesticide & Herbicide Drift ?!?! — Durham, Ontario LINK



Dogs & Pesticides Dog Runs Away Onto CFIA Government Property — Lunatжc-Activist Maureen Kerr — Ottawa, Ontario LINK



Dogs & Pesticides Dog Zoey Intentionally Lost On CFIA Government Property ? — Lunatжc-Activist Maureen Kerr — Ottawa, Ontario LINK



Dogs & Pesticides Dogs Absorb Lawn Chemicals ?!?! — Lunatжc-Activist Deborah Knapp LINK










Background Information


Dog Deaths




Whenever A Dog Is Harmed On A Turfgrass Surface,
There Is Hell To Pay In Terms Of Public Relations
Concerning The Safety Of Pest Control Products




Explore the following links 



Dog Death Death By Acetic Acid Green Alternative Herbicide — Not Independently Verified To Be Factually Correct LINKS



Dog Death Death By Acetic Acid Green Alternative Herbicide — Green Earth® Weed & Grass Killer Ready-To-Use LINK



Dog Death Death By Trap At Golf Club — Pesticide Ban Responsible — Smith Falls, Ontario LINK



Dog Death Death By 2,4-D [ ?!?! ] Leading To Canine Lymphoma On Dog Named Trixie — Lunatжc-Activist K J Cottam LINK










Background Information


Pesticide Safety




Pest Control Products Are Scientifically
-Safe & Will Cause No Harm




Explore the following links 



Pesticide Safety Products Evaluated As Acceptable For Continued Registration LINK



Pesticide Safety Products Removed Or Proposed For Removal LINK



Pesticide Safety Health-Canada-Approved Products — Audio Recording LINK



Pesticide Safety Importing Unregistered Products — The Library Of Incident Reports LINK



Pesticide Safety Scientific Studies Using Dogs LINK



Pesticide Safety Management Actions On Product Safety LINK



Pesticide Safety Fertilizer-Pesticide Combinations LINK



Pesticide Safety Incident Reports — Web-Page LINK



Pesticide Safety Approved Product Labels LINK



Pesticide Safety Spray Drift In Residential Areas LINK



Pesticide Safety The Wisdom Of REAL Experts Who Speak Out LINK














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From An Independent Perspective




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