Poisonous PLANTS To Dogs


This is NOT a complete list!!

  1. Alfalfa (in quantity)

  2. Aloe Vera

  3. Amaryllis

  4. Apple (seeds)

  5. Apricot (stone)

  6. Asparagus Fern .

  7. Autumn Crocus

  8. Azalea

  9. Baby’s Breath

  10. Bird of Paradise ​

  11. Box

  12. Caladium

  13. Calla Lily

  14. Castor Bean

  1. Ceriman

  2. Cherry (seeds and wilting leaves)

  3. Christmas Rose

  4. Cineraria

  5. Clematis

  6. Cordatum Corn Plant, Croton

  7. Cuban Laurel

  8. Cyclamen

  9. Daffodil

  10. Devil’s Ivy

  11. Dieffenbachia

  12. Dracaena

  13. Dragon Tree

  14. Elephants Ears

  15. Emerald Fern

  16. Foxglove

  17. Geranium

  18. Indian Rubber Plant

  19. Ivy

  20. Kalanchoe

  21. Lily of the Valley

  22. Lillies

  23. Philodendron

  24. Mother-in-Law’s Tongue

  25. Marijuana

  26. Mistletoe

  27. Morning Glory

  28. Narcissus

  29. Nephytis

  30. Nightshade

  31. Oleander

  32. Onion

  33. Peach (wilting leaves and stone)

  34. Pencil Cactus

  35. Plumosa Fern

  36. Poinsettia

  37. Poison Ivy

  38. Poison Oak

  39. Pothos

  40. Potato Plant

  41. Primrose

  42. Rhododendron

  43. Swiss Cheese Plant

  44. Tomato Plant (Green fruit, stems and leaves)

  45. Weeping Fig

  46. Wisteria

  47. Yew

WHAT TO DO IN THE CASE OF POISONING

Contact your Veterinary Surgery for immediate advice.

Making the dog vomit is sometimes the best thing to do but not in all cases.

Take your dog to your Veterinary Surgery and also take the poisonous substance/container.

They will need specific details from the labelling to determine the course of action needed.

It is also helpful to know the quantity consumed.

Do not wait and see how the animal is, always act immediately even if the dog initially shows no symptoms.

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