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Old July 29th 03, 05:06 PM
David and Nan Greenly
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Default Almonds! No No No!

Notice Almonds are second on the list....ever think of asking your vet what
you can feed you dog? Before you give advice you should check your facts.
Nan Greenly
http://www.4netmarketing.com/lexusnessie.htm

These plants are poisonous to dogs and puppies.


.. algae

. almonds

. amaryllis

. apricots

. arrowhead vine

. asparagus fern

. autumn crocus

. azalea

. blackberry

. black-eyed Susan

. black nightshade

. bleeding heart

. boxwood

. bracken or brake fern

. buckeye

. buttercups

. cactus (spines)

. caladium

. calla lily

. castor beans

. ceriman

. charming dieffenbachia

. cherry

. Chinese evergreen

. chokecherry

. Christmas rose

. chrysan- themum

. cineraria

. clematis

. climbing nightshade

. cordatum

. corn plant

. cornstalk plant

. crabgrass

. crocus

. croton

. crown of thorns

. Cuban laurel

. daffodil

. devil's ivy

. dumb cane

. Easter lily

. elder- berry

. eleph- ant's ear

. emerald feather

. English holly

. ecalyptus

. fiddle-leaf fig

. foxglove

. glory lily

. gold dust dracaena

. helle- borus

. hemlock

. holly berries

. hyacinth

. hydr- angea

. iris

. ivy

. jack-in-the-pulpit

. Japanese show lily

. jasmine

. Jeru- salem cherry

. jonquil

. kalan- choe

. laburnum

. lantana

. larkspur

. ligustrum

. lily of the valley

. marble queen

. mari- juana

. mistletoe

. mons- hood

. morning glory

. mush- rooms

. narcissus

. neph- thytis

. nettles

. nutmeg

. oleander

. onion

. oriental lily

. peace lily

. peach

. pencil cactus

. periwinkle

. philo- dendron

. plumosa fern

. poinsettia

. poison hemlock

. poison ivy

. poison oak

. pokeweed

. potato

. precatory beans

. primrose

. privet

. purple foxglove

. red emerald

. red princess

. rhodo- dendron

. rhubarb

. rubber plants

. sago lily

. skunk cabbage

. spider plant

. spring bulbs

. string of pearls

. Swiss cheese plant

. taro vine

. tiger lily

. tinsel tree

. tobacco

. tomato plant

. tulip

. wandering Jew

. water hemlock

. wild black cherry

. wisteria

. yellow jasmine

. yew

----- Original Message -----
From: "elZee"
Newsgroups: rec.pets.dogs.health,aus.pets
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2003 7:12 AM
Subject: Should I let my dog eat almonds?



"Lisa Clayton" wrote in message
s.com...
Our 3 year old female Maltese/Shitzu dog absolutely *LOVES* almonds.
Should we let her eat these?
They are toasted, unsalted.
I only let her have one or two (in small pieces) as a special treat.
I've no idea why she enjoys them so much.
As soon as she sees me take one out of the jar to eat some myself she

goes
absolutely bananas and I find it hard to resist giving her a taste.
But will stop if they are bad for her.
thanks!
Lisa


I occasionally give my two 4yo BC's Almonds .. and even Cashews. They love
love love 'em!

Funny thing though my lovely wife says that the cashews go right through
them .. as when she's cleaning up the back yard (poo patrol) she noticed

the
cashews in the stools .. lol!

If your dog likes 'em .. and you can't see any side effects .. and they

are
given as a treat or as a reward for a trick or reaction .. go for it!

HTH

elZee







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