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Toxic Substances for Dogs

Keeping Your Dog Safe

Common human foods as well as plants can be poisonous to dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, and guinea pigs. For more details, click on the articles below.

Chocolate Collection

Chocolate is Toxic to Dogs

Be aware of the chocolate that is in your home - and keep it away from dogs. Ingestion of chocolate can cause heart arrhythmias and irregular contractions, stumbling gait, seizures, coma, and death.
Bowl of raisins next to grapes

Grapes and Raisins can Cause Renal Failure in Dogs

Depending on your dog, grapes and raisins can cause huge problems in your dog. Read this article to learn more.
Holly berries and leaves in snow

Holly is a Toxic Substance for Dogs

Holly is toxic for your dog - be careful when bringing holly into the house - read this article for additional information.
Mistletoe is toxic to dogs

Mistletoe is Toxic to Dogs

All parts of the mistletoe plant is toxic to dogs. Keep the mistletoe plant away from dogs - if you suspect poisoning, call your veterinarian.
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