As animal owners and lovers, we're sure that you would like to be made aware of the unpleasant effects of a bite from a 'wasp spider' on your dog or cat.
While out for his usual weekend walk in the woods, Merlot (our resident Labradoodle) was bitten on his hind quarters by a tiny, brightly coloured spider, known as a 'wasp spider' - so named because of its striking yellow and black markings on its abdomen.
Obviously agitated, Merlot emerged from the shrubs and long grass drooling and his tail noticably limp and lifeless.
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