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Old 03-21-2008, 02:26 PM   #1
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Default Toxins (Poisons) that can kill our dogs

http://www.vetinfo4dogs.com/dtoxin.html

This is just a reminder to people who are new at dog ownership and are interested in what can harm our pets.

Of course, we all need to be careful about what we leave lying around that a dog or can might get into since some of them love human food.
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Thanks Elaine, that's a great list for us Newbies! I knew most of them (I would be LOST without Google!) but not broccoli, who would've thought.......

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Yes, we have had a couple threads on toxins to our pets on this forum, one I placed near the Holiday of Christmas. Misletoe is deadly..
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It's the things you would never think of! Emma has skin allergies, most likely from something in our backyard. I'm in the process of ripping out a whole lot of plants that are most likely to cause irritation. I'm just praying it isn't our grass as we have a LOT of it!

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