What happens if my dog licks a lime?
Lime peels contain oils that can cause dogs to get diarrhea, vomiting, digestive upset, and poisoning. Symptoms of poisoning from limes include sensitivity to light, low blood pressure, and lethargy.
Is lime juice poisonous to dogs?
No. For one thing, dogs don’t enjoy the taste of sour citrus fruits like limes and lemons. More importantly, limes are toxic to dogs. Contact with or consumption of any part of the lime leaves, peel, or fruit can cause illness.
Can I let my dog lick a lime?
Are limes really bad for your dog? Yes, citrus aurantifolia can be toxic for dogs, but if a dog just licks a lime or eats a small amount, they will typically be okay.