What Is Grass Awn?
Dried grass seeds, called grass awns, pose potential threat to your pet. These grass awns frequently become lodged in your pet’s fur or body openings. The most common places for grass awns to become stuck are between the toes, in eyes, and ears.
If they are removed promptly only minor irritation occurs. The special shape of these awns allows them to burrow deeper into your pet if they are not removed in a timely manner.