How much xylitol is toxic to dogs?

Answer Xylitol is an artificial sweetener that can be harmful for dogs. The amount of xylitol that makes a dog sick varies according to weight. For a 50 lb. dog, 20mg of xylitol is enough to cause illness... Read More »

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Toxicity of Xylitol on Dogs?

Xylitol is an artificial sweetener made from raspberries, plums, corn stalks and corn cobs. It is used commercially in many diet foods and candies that are marked "sugar free." This is a sugar su... 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 »

Is English Ivy Toxic to Dogs?

English ivy is toxic to dogs. This member of the Araliaceae family is very hardy and grows abundantly, so much so, that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lists it as a noxious and nuisance plant. Th... Read More »

Are paintballs toxic to dogs?

Paintballs can be toxic, causing an affliction referred to as paintball toxicosis. Due to the variety of ingredients used, it is best to keep your dog, and all animals, away from paintballs. Some s... Read More »