house and garden variety plants contain chemicals that
if ingested in sufficient quantities, can produce toxic
effects in dogs and cats. Severe or lethal poisonings
are rare; however, many plant toxins can cause discomfort.
Listed below are some plant toxins that curious pets should
be kept away from.
that affect the stomach and Intestines;
Bulbs (Tulip, daffodil, amaryllis, iris)
Castor beans (seeds)
Precatory beans (seeds)
English Ivy (berries)
Walnuts (hulls from around the nut)
Snow on the Mountain (sap)
that cause irritation of the mouth and throat;
that affect the skin and nerves;
Dieffenbachachia or Dumb Cane
Alocasis or elephant Ears
that affect the blood and circulation;
Oleander (Extremely toxic)
Yellow Glove or Yellow-Be-Still Tree
Choke Cherry (pits and bark)
Lee & Brenda Muirhead
Dauntae Boxer's Reg.