Is lime poisonous to dogs?
Lime is used for gardening and disinfecting and drying out moist, smelly areas. It is a component of calcium carbonate and is used to enrich the soil or disinfect barns. It is not harmful to animals or insects of any kind. It is not a pesticide as some think. It only enriches the soil and helps vegetables or fruit grow better.
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Answer . do not feed ham to dogs they will die apporximately one hour after they eat it and other poisons are the stuff that poisons us and the poison that we kill ants with. Ham is NOT poison to dogs, if your dog has an allergic reaction because of food allergies, negative effects may occur, …but generally speaking, it is a safe food for most dogs. Other foods that should not be fed to dogs include, but are not limited to, grapes, raisins, chocolate of any form, or rawhides. If swallowed, rawhide chewies are non digestible, and may stay in your dog's system and rot. Many dogs are given these and have no problems occur, but they can be dangerous and possibly fatal. Also, you should keep dogs away from any chemicals dangerous to children; bleach, ant killer, insect killer, windex, harsh shampoos, etc. I hope this helps, (MORE)
something that is bad for a dog is chocholate never give a dog chocholate,also never give it milk or candy it will disturbe there stomach and have to go to the animal hospital Grapes and onions are also dangerous to dogs.
Monarch butterfly caterpillars, these guys feed on milkweed whichcontains cardiac glycosides so they can be toxic to the heart. Somecaterpillars have stiff spines or hairs that can do physical traumaand cause oral and GI irritation. The puss or asp caterpillar,flannel moth larvae is considered the m…ost dangerous caterpillar inthe US. The slug caterpillar, or saddleback, is in North Americaand is a stinging caterpillar. They have 2 horns with spines. Thehag moth, or monkey slug, also stings and is primarily east coast. (MORE)
Yes, anything can die from salt poisoning if you get enough salt; even brine shrimp.
Go to the link below to get a correct list of problem foods for dogs. raw meat! . Grapes and Raisins can cause irreversible damage to the kidneys, possible resulting in death. . Onions can cause a form of hemolytic anemia called Heinz body anemia, a condition that causes the destruction of re…d blood cells. Kidney damage may follow. . Chocolate and cocoa contain a chemical called theobromide that can adversely affect the heart, lungs, kidney and central nervous system. . Caffeine is quite similar to the toxic chemical in chocolate. It can damage the heart, lungs, kidney and central nervous system. . Macadamia nuts, while generally not considered fatal, can cause your dog to experience severe illness. . Xylitol is a sugar-free sweetener most often found in chewing gum and candy. In dogs, it stimulates the pancreas to secrete insulin, resulting in hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Xylitol ingestion can also cause severe liver damage. . Alcoholic beverages contain ethanol - a seriously toxic chemical compound that causes central nervous system and respiratory depression. (Uncooked yeast doughs also produce ethanol.) . Apple seeds, cherry pits, peach pits, and plum pits contain the toxin cyanide. . Moldy or rotten foods can cause many problems for your dog, some more serious than others. Any food that seems "past its prime" should be kept out reach. Be especially careful to keep your dog away from trash cans. . Certain foods, while not considered toxic, can still be unhealthy for your dog. Avoid any foods that are high in fat, sugar or sodium. These foods can contribute to indigestion, obesity, dehydration, electrolyte imbalance and more. Dairy products may be difficult for dogs to digest. Corn cobs and bones can cause GI obstruction. Cooked bones may splinter and break easily, risking GI damage. Like people, too much junk food can cause poor condition and decreased energy. Remember that your dog is smaller than you and may be sensitive. What seems like "just a bite" for you is more like a small meal for your dog. If you want to feed homemade food, seek advice from your vet. You may wish to meet with a nutritionist for diet recommendations.. Baby Food. Potato. Liver. Salt. Avocado. Tomato (leaves and stems) . Rhubarb leaves . Pear pips, the kernels of plums, peaches and apricots, apple core pips (contain cyanogenic glycosides resulting in cyanide posioning) . Broccoli (in large amounts) . Cigarettes, tobacco, cigars . (MORE)
There are many things that are toxic or poisonous for dogs. Some of the common problems: 1. Chocolate - the theobromine in the chocolate can cause the heart to stop and the liver to fail 2. Antifreeze - the ethylene glycol makes crystals in the kidneys and causes them to fail 3. Daylily plants (act…ually, any lily) - causes severe blood disturbances 4. Rat poison - depending upon the type, can cause severe bleeding problems 5. Onions - causes severe blood disturbances 6. Raisins and grapes - can cause rapid liver failure (MORE)
Dogs don't do well with chocolate. Also toxic to dogs: daylillies, avocado, onion, barbecue flavor potato chips, hot peppers, grapes, tree nuts (but not peanuts), raisins, and various outdoor plants.
If you mean your dog ate ant posion he/she will be okay i had the same sitution, but my dogs ok so to freak out
Poisonous...no. In moderation it should be fine. Canines have been known to not digest lactose well, but in small amounts it should be fine. You can also use low-fat cheese, which is a bit easier to digest as well.
This just happened to my 5 lb Yorkie and I freaked! She ate some, about the size of a quarter. I called the National Poison Line and they suggested I call the Animal Poison line but warned me that they charge for any info. Great! It cost $35 for them to tell me since this is a topical solution the b…ody will not digest it. Worse I can expect is vomiting or diarrhea, my dog had neither, it's been 2 days. Hope this helps. Answer 2: Silvadene or SSD Topical is considered dangerous to humans if swallowed. I can't find any references on dogs. Were it my dog, I'd call the US National Poison Hotline at 1-800-222-1222 right now and ask them -- they're a terriffic group. Do this fast please. (MORE)
Lime can burn if not fully dissolved into the soil. Another alternative is dolomite which can be added to soils and soilless potting mixes to reduce their acidity ("sweeten" them).
Many things (so be alert!), such as: chocolate, daylillies, avocado, tree nuts, tomatoes, raisins, and more. Ask your vet for a complete list.
Lime as a fruit I don't believe is poisonous to anyone. However, lime as a substance (the powdery stuff) is almost certainly unhealthy.
Lime is used for gardening and disinfecting and drying out moist, smelly areas. It is a component of calcium carbonate and is used to enrich the soil or disinfect barns. It is not harmful to animals or insects of any kind. It is not a pesticide as some think. It only enriches the soil and helps vege…tables or fruit grow better. Calcium Carbonate is a dietary supplement that many people take daily for their bones. However, do not eat lime as I'm sure the taste is awful. Anything in extremely large quantities will hurt anyone or anything. If your dog or cat licks it, rest assured they won't do it twice. (MORE)
No , dogs generally don't die from contact with poison ivy [ Toxicodendron radicans ]. The allergic reaction tends to be confined to the human population. The reaction is in response to the irritating urushiol oil that's found in all of the plant's parts. But dogs may die when poison ivy is burned.… The plant never should be controlled by burning. The urushiol oil is released through the fire and causes extreme, life threatening reactions in human lungs. A dog that's too close to the fire may die from smoke inhalation. (MORE)
Perhaps their sense of smell would alert them, but I do not see too many dogs interested in eating mushrooms.
If the dog knows it has consumed something that is hazardous to it's health, or feels ill, it will generally try to eat common grass to make itself throw up, thus removing the toxin from it's system.
no it is not ..it will kill yard odor..i use it every summer in chain spaces
I had the same question, yet no websites were useful. But then, I searched non toxic plants, and Paricha, aka Money Tree, were unharmful. So basically, No. Money Trees are not poisonous or toxic to dogs. :)
Dandelions Poison dogs so its best to kill them at the root as this will prevent them to grow again
Dogs don't react to the urushiol oil in poison ivy [ Toxicodendron radicans ]. So they may have the oil on their bodies without showing any discomfort. But that very oil may provoke a strong allergic reaction in any human who comes into contact with the dog.
Lime isn't okay to use in a dog kennel because it is poisonous all animals
Get it to the Vet right away and don't waste a second. On the way to the vet, call him/her on the cell phone. As a matter of fact, ask the vet before hand what should you do if the dog eats mouse poison, so you will be prepared in case of such an emergency. If you didn't ask, get the dog to the vet …right away, and call the vet on the way there! (MORE)
Gourds are not poisonous to cat or dogs. While gourds are probablynot the best food for your pet to eat, they are not dangerous totheir health.
Yes it is veryy poisonous to dogs it can kill them. It might choak them to death.....(>(>(>(>
Onions are bad for dogs because they find it difficult to digest, so it can be harmful to dogs.
I would guess so because they are so high in acid and that is bad for dogs. By the way are you smarter than a fifth grader? Because I am a fifth grader.
Type your answer here... its not nice to poisen dog anyway its against the law, If it's your dog take itto the pound or the humane society and give it up, If it's a neighbors dog casuing problems call the police or animal control, If you live on rural property and the dog id killing or harrassing l…ivestock practice the 3 S's of animal control (shoot shovel and silence) if you just don't like dogs consider a psychiatrist. (MORE)
This is a dumb question. DOGS CANT GET SALMONELLA POISONING! But if your dog eats raw chicken wash of his/her paws and mouth after or YOU could get salmonella poisoning! Also if your dog eats a squirrel you are on trouble take him/her to the vet immediately because you don't know if that squirrel ha…d rabies. -Extreamea (MORE)
No, avacado is not poinious to dogs. Chocolate and sugar-free gum can both be potentially fatal, depending on the amount consumed.
No. no dog on earth carries venom in it's fangs. the only thing you'd have to worry about would be it caring a disease or just ripping you to shreds.
if your sure he didn't swallow it make him vomit and give him a dose of victim k. if that doesn't help that him to the vet.
in order to save your animal you should call your veterinarian immediately. If you there is a possibility that your animal had been exposed to ibuprofen, then you should inform your veterinarian at the beginning of the appointment. Ibuprofen poisoning is a hard diagnosis to come across. It has th…e same symptoms as many other diseases and illnesses. It will also give them more chance to save your furry friends life. (MORE)
You take your dog to the veterinarian for treatment. The theobromine in the chocolate is the toxic bit and can cause signs for 3 days in a dog. Treatment includes anti-seizure medication, anti-arrhythmic medication for heart rhythm problems and lots of fluids to help flush the toxin from the dog's …body. (MORE)
When someone/something is allergic to a certain food- it is usually not the actual food, but something the food contains- just like gluten, or sugar. Just like Humans can be allergic to almost anything, animals, like dogs, can be allergic to mostly anything- including limes.
Burnt wood is essentially sterilized carbon. That won't hurt your dog, with one exception: If the "burnt wood" is burned lumber that was pressure treated , yes, it could poison your dog. But a burnt tree limb, or log of ordinary fire wood? No.
Definitely poison itself, venom, and rabies. Sorry, that's all I know! But chocolate, candy, butter, salt, or anything oily, greasy can make your dog really sick. It's best to just stick with dog food and no people food.
Yes, hickory nuts can be very harmful to dogs. In general, it is agood idea to avoid feeding any nuts to your dog.
Yes But try to keep them out of the woods .Also try to get them treated quickly.
Yes, it is possible if there is a bacteria or mold growing on or within the lime. This is very uncommon and very unlikely, though.
No it is not. Mucinex is acuattly very tasty to your dog. Just not grape flavor. the flavor in grape may kill your dog.
That depends on what you do with it. If you're planning to drop 50 pound bags of it on them from five stories up, for example, it's probably going to be deleterious to their health. It's also most likely bad for them to eat a lot of it. It's kind of unlikely that they'd volunteer to, since it bas…ically tastes like chalk (because it basically IS chalk), but then again dogs are pretty stupid sometimes. If you're asking "is it safe to use it in your garden that your dog occasionally walks past", then yes, it should be fine. (MORE)
If my dog ingested lime that was on a dead deer, will that killher? I',m very concerned & worried.
No. Sweet Peas are perfectly safe to feed a dog, though you want to gradually increase the amount of fruits or veggies you feed a dog because the extra roughage can cause loose stools, if you over do it. Sweet Peas, and other vegetables or fruits can be used as a healthy treat! Dog-safe vegetab…les and fruits include: Squashes, Zucchini, Asparagus, Broccoli, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Apples (no seeds!), Melons, Pear, Bananas, Berries, Sweet Potatoes, White Potatoes, Green Beans. Avoid grapes/raisins, onions, and of course chocolate! (MORE)
Well, I know that onions are poisonous to cats and radishes are related to onions so I should think that they are poisonous to dogs as well. I wouldn't risk giving them to the dog though anyway.
Symptoms of poisoning vary depending on the particular poison. Vomiting, coughing, choking, panting, swollen tongue, squirming in discomfort, listlessness, collapse. One has to be very careful when using poisons to combat vermin. Always put rat poison where a dog can't get at it. The rats can go jus…t about anywhere (MORE)
yes. depending on how it is made. people can sometimes accidently spill poison in the dog food. or sometimes people purposely put poison in the dog food to get rid of the dog
yes, if they simply lick or eat or even touch a lime tree they can get a poisned willy which means they can not make any babies with the female sex x x x x x x x x x
It depends on the kind of poison and how much. If the poison is something like the bait "Max Force" (trade name, sorry), forget about it; it is harmless except to ants and a few other invertebrates, but if it is one of the sprayed insecticides that are dangerous to practically everything (example: c…hlorpyrifos) then my advice probably already is too late. If in doubt, grab the dog and the poison container with its label and get both of them to the vet as quickly as possible. S/he might be able to save the dog or not, but if s/he cannot, you cannot, except possibly by making the dog vomit as soon as possible. (MORE)
Lime is not poisonous ,or toxic when in contact with skin , unlessthe dog licks it's feet, and ingests it . Lime is however causticwhen wet , and can cause burns , or at least irritation. The bestthing to do if you notice your dog has stepped in lime is to washthe feet immediately in lots of water ,… use a water bottle , or apuddle , but use your fingers to help spread the toes to remove alltraces of the lime. (MORE)