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When considered about your pet’s safety, some dog owners might wonder if plants we keep in our home or are found outside in the garden and parks can be poisonous to our dogs. Lilies, for example, are beautiful flowers found in many homes and gardens, that our pets can get in contact with.

But are lilies poisonous to dogs? And yes, some types of lilies can be poisonous to dogs. Ingesting certain parts of the lily plant, such as the flowers, leaves, or even the pollen, can cause toxicity in dogs. If your dog ingests any part of these types of lilies, it can lead to symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, lethargy, and even kidney failure, which can be life-threatening. If you suspect that your dog has ingested any part of a lily plant, you should contact your veterinarian immediately for advice on what to do next.

Are Peace Lillies poisonous to dogs? Also, are Easter Lillies poisonous to dogs? The specific types of lilies that are toxic to dogs include Easter lilies, Tiger lilies, Daylilies, Asiatic lilies, Japanese show lilies, and some species of Lily of the Valley.