Are pansies poisonous to dogs?

Answer Pansies are mildly poisonous to both humans and dogs. They are especially of concern for smaller dogs, but they should be kept away from all dogs if possible, as they may cause sickness even in lar... Read More »

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Are pansies poisonous?

Pansies are not poisonous. Their blossoms are edible and popular in salads, with a flavor similar to grapes and mint. Indigestion and allergies are sometimes associated with edible flowers consumed... Read More »

Are pansies toxic to dogs?

Pansies typically aren't considered toxic to dogs, although certain varieties can have mild toxicity and may make pets and small children ill if consumed in large quantities. If your dog eats a lot... Read More »

Are day lilies poisonous to dogs?

Daylilies (Hemerocallis spp.) are not poisonous to dogs, according to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Dayliles are poisonous and potentially toxic to cats and cows, h... Read More »

Are paperwhites poisonous to dogs?

According to the ASPCA, paperwhites (Narcissus papyraceus) are poisonous to dogs. All bulbs in the narcissus, or daffodil, family are toxic not only to dogs but to all mammals. Typically forced ind... Read More »