Our pets are our family members, right? We protect them like we would our children and heck, some of us even spoil them more than kids.

If you love your pets like we do, you'll want to pay close attention to your yard this summer.

Dogs will get into anything

In case you weren't aware, dogs are amazing. They're fun, loyal, and just like with our own family dog Shiner, they'll eat and go after anything.

Some dogs even try to make themselves throw up by nibbling on some grass. While grass and throwing up isn't healthy, it's not the most dangerous thing your dog could munch on in your yard.

With the recent rain and weather conditions, there's a certain mushroom growing in your yard which could prove to be fatal to your pet.

And we don't want that, do we? Here's what to look for in your yard this summer to protect your fur baby...

If You See Your Dog Nibbling These in Boise, Get to the Vet ASAP

If you see your dog nibbling on mushrooms, take them to the vet right away. While some may not be dangerous, there are a few mushroom toxins that can cause serious harm to your pet.

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So, let's say your pet eats this mushroom anyway and croaks. Where do you bury Rover? The go-to answer might be in your backyard but what if we told you that you might be breaking the law by doing so?

Here's what the rules say about burying Rover or your pet in your yard in Idaho.

Are You Really Breaking the Law By Burying Your Pet in Idaho?

What is the law on burying your pets in Idaho? Here are the rules you'll need to follow if you plan on burying your pet in Idaho according to the Idaho State Department of Agriculture.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

Speaking of pets, how many do you own? We're asking because we recently discovered that Boise and other Idaho towns have a legal pet limit.

So, if you know a "crazy cat person", that person might be breaking the law and not realizing it.

Here's the legal pet limit for different Idaho towns...

How Many Pets Can You Legally Own In Each Idaho City?

If you love having multiple dogs and live in the Treasure Valley, you may want to review the rules on how many pets you're allowed to have.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

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