Several types of lilies are toxic to dogs. Owners must avoid exposing their dogs to the peace lily, calla lily, amaryllis, lily of the valley, autumn crocus and palm lily. Ingestion of these plants can cause gastrointest... More »

Several types of lilies are poisonous to humans. Climbing, glory and checkered lilies are highly toxic, and ingestion sometimes leads to severe illness or death. If any of these plants are eaten, a physician or Poison Co... More »

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To care for a peace lily, provide adequate shade with indirect sunlight, keep the temperature warm and consistent, give it organic fertilizer, water it weekly, and transplant it when needed. Peace lilies are easy to care... More »

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Diphenhydramine, hydroxyzine, cyproheptadine and chlorpheniramine are antihistamines that are safe for dogs. Fexofenadine, trimeprazine and cetirizine are also safe for dogs, according to the Merck Veterinary Manual. More »

The only way dogs can get heartworm is by being bitten by a mosquito that is carrying heartworm larvae. If an animal is infected with both a male and female, they can breed to produce tiny organisms known as microfilaria... More »

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Get free neutering for your dogs by checking if the animal care services or animal welfare department of your city has an existing free neuter/spay program for dogs or other domesticated pets. The Humane Society of the U... More »

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Zyrtec, also known as Cetirizine Hydrochloride, is safe for dogs and frequently prescribed by veterinarians for allergy symptoms, states PetCareRx.com. Since this medication is made only for humans, veterinarians encoura... More »

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