If you're a dog, risqué music videos and poor social choices are the least of your toxicity problems. We know dogs have a less discerning palate than a lot of other species, and sometimes they're just willing to eat anything that even resembles food. I could tell you stories of the toxicity case we've seen at Berkeley Dog and Cat,....but I think I'll leave you with this fantastic link to dangerous foods for your pet by the great Dr. Justine Lee, founder of VetGirl On the Run, and critical care and emergency vet extraordinaire. (Scroll to get to the interactive "Ruff for your dog's health" about halfway down the page, there's a lot of advertisement above and below, sorry about that but it's totally worth it! )
Don't forget, if you are concerned that your pet may have ingested a toxic plant or product, or you suspect signs of toxicity, contact your vet right away, along with the ASPCA Poison control center. I've done it myself when my cats got a bit too close to some suspicious flowers in my California rental home last month.
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