Dog Owners Beware - Poisonous Plants
September 25, 2008 10:09am CST
I have quite a few plants in my home and garden. I knew some plants were poisonous but never dreamed there were so many. I thought I would share this list with you. Some of the following plants can be toxic to your dog. Check with your veterinarian before having them in your home. Aloe Vera Apple (seeds) Apricot (pit) Autumn Crocus Baby's Breath Branching Ivy Buddhist Pine Calla Lily Ceriman Cherry (seeds and wilting leaves) Cineraria Cordatum Cornstalk Plant Cuban Laurel Cycads Daffodil Dieffenbachia Dragon Tree Easter Lily (especially cats!) Elephant Ears English Ivy Fiddle-leaf Fig Foxglove Geranium Giant Dumb Cane Gold Dust Dracaena Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Hurricane Plant Janet Craig Dracaena Jerusalem Cherry Lacy Tree Philodendron Madagascar Dragon Tree Marijuana Miniature Croton Morning Glory Narcissus Nephytis Oleander Oriental Lily (especially cats!) Peach (wilting leaves and pits) Plumosa Fern Poison Ivy Pothos Primrose Red Princess Rhododendron Saddle Leaf Philodendron Satin Pothos Silver Pothos String of Pearls Sweetheart Ivy Taro Vine Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Yew Amaryllis Apple Leaf Croton Asparagus Fern Azalea Bird of Paradise Buckeye Caladium Castor Bean Charming Dieffenbachia Chinese Evergreen Clematis Corn Plant Croton Cutleaf Philodendron Cyclamen Devil's Ivy Dracaena Palm Dumb Cane Elaine Emerald Feather Eucalyptus Florida Beauty Fruit Salad Plant German Ivy Glacier Ivy Golden Pothos Heartland Philodendron Indian Rubber Plant Japanese Show Lily (especially cats!) Kalanchoe Lily of the Valley Marble Queen Mexican Breadfruit Mistletoe Mother-in-Law's Tongue Needlepoint Ivy Nightshade Onion Peace Lily Pencil Cactus Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Oak Precatory Bean Red Emerald Red-Margined Dracaena Ribbon Plant Sago Palm Schefflera Spotted Dumb Cane Striped Dracaena Swiss Cheese Plant Tiger Lily (especially cats!) Tree Philodendron Weeping Fig http://www.purina.com/dogs/safety/PoisonousPlants.aspx
17 Nov 09
Same goes for cats and poisionous plants. We don't have plants in here except for one aloe vera plant that is sitting up on a high shelf. the cat can't even get to it. LOL My mother has a room full of plants, but the dog is a smart dog and knows not to go near them. When I was little and still lived at home, we had a room full of plants, and the dog that we had when I was a kid just didn't go in that room.