All varieties of apple and cherry trees are toxic to dogs, particularly the leaves. Hawthorn trees, which are closely related to apple trees, are also dangerous for dogs prone to chewing on plants and foliage. More »

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Some plants that are toxic to cats include English Ivy, lilies, oleander, tulip bulbs and azaleas, according to PetMD and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Cats enjoy chewing on plants, so it... More »

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More than 100 plants are poisonous to cats, including aloe vera, candelabra, daffodil, eucalyptus and Morning Glory, according to the Cat Fanciers' Association and PetMD. Cats can have varying reactions to poisonous plan... More »

The ASPCA does not consider potatoes to be harmful for dogs to consume but cautions that the green parts of raw tubers, namely the stems and leaves, contain toxic alkaloids that are harmful in large doses. petMD verifies... More »

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Consumption of apricot pits, leaves and stems is toxic to dogs, because these parts contain cyanide. Cyanide poisoning can result in trouble breathing, dilated pupils, heavy panting, shock, reddening of the gums and muco... More »

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Dogs can eat eggplant, but the leaves and stems of the plant can be harmful. If served, access and portions need to be limited to avoid health issues. More »

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Some tips for growing apple trees include choosing disease-resistant varieties, choosing the right variety for the area, planting trees in the right conditions, pruning trees regularly and training young trees sufficient... More »

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