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    :help:

    My wonderful bin raiding doggy Merlin  >:D has been in the bin this evening (its always been a bone of contention in this house I want the bin in the cupboard but cos its not my house I haven’t got a leg to stand on  >:()  and brushed his muzzle against some Longiflorum Lillies which were in there  😮  😮  😮

    I have washed the pollen off his muzzle in hibiscrub and he seems well in himself  :happy: I can’t find any definitive answer on the internet as to how poisonous these lillies are to dogs  :confused: – can anybody help me?!?!?! 

    #83173
    .dodger.
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    sorry i’m no help but i hope everything is okay with him :-*

    #83174

    well he seems fine at the mo and is playing with his ball  :confused:

    #83175
    Anonymous
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    He will be fine he would have to ear a lot to give himself a tummy upset, they can be deadly to cats
    Val

    #83176

    Thank you sooo much Val  :happy: I’ll stop panicking now  :scared:

    Luckily we don’t have any cats in this house which I suppose is a blessing as I have read some nasty stories about cats and lillies this evening  :'(

    #83177
    -Alison-
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    😉 Had to be Merlin didnt it, lol. They have such reputation to love up to these boys

    #83178

    Of course it had to be him  ;D  ;D  ;D

    The name Merlin = trouble  >:D  >:D  >:D

    #83179
    Anonymous
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    Hi,

    Bonnie ate a vase of lillies (about 6 or 7 stems) and drank all the flower water she was very very very very very very VERY VERY sick but is still very much alive and kicking !! 

    Claire x

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