There are certain types of pine trees that can cause digestive problems with dogs. There are still other varieties of pine trees that have caused death in cattle and other animals. A certian evergreen is potentially fata... More »

Some deer-resistant trees include the Carolina laurel cherry, the bishop pine and species of eucalyptus trees. The Carolina laurel cherry grows to about 35 feet tall. Its leaves and stems are toxic, and it prefers acidic... More »

Deer-resistant trees are trees that can withstand the damage caused by deer, either by eating or rubbing. Included in these trees are those that deer generally avoid. The Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Statio... More »

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Pine cones are not toxic to dogs, according to The Daily Puppy, but it is not a good idea to allow dogs to chew on them or eat them. Pine sap and pine needles are toxic to dogs, both of which may be present on pine cones... More »

Neosporin is a topical medication that is poisonous to dogs when ingested on a mild to severe level and dogs should be taken to a veterinary hospital if they ingest any amount of Neosporin. When looking for symptoms in t... More »

Hedge apples are not poisonous to any animal, including dogs and cats. Animals generally aren't interested in eating these types of apples anyway. Some livestock have reportedly died while eating hedge apples because the... More »

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 »