Can a Boston terrier get poisoned from licking paws after running in tomato garden?
Yesterday my Boston was trying to catch lizards in a vegetable garden that had tomato plants. His feet kinda smelled like tomato vines / had a light green tint. This evening he's been licking his feet a lot and I realized I didn't clean them, can he get poisoned? He doesn't seem his chipper self?
- Jenny ManyteethLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
the plants won't hurt him, but if the gardener sprayed them with pesticides, yes, your dog can get sick. Find out.
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- Anonymous9 years ago
No, I poisoned your dog because it wouldn't stop barking.
Next time, shut the dog up!
- 9 years ago
tomatoes don't poison dogs unless they are rotten
then i dont know