Poisonous Plants for dogs and cats
Poisonous plants for dogs and cats are all around us
Poisonous plants for dogs and cats are all around us. Common house and landscape plants can contain cardiac poisons, liver toxins, lung toxins, and nervous system poison. Below is a list of plants that can be potentially dangerous for your companion pets. Thus, if you have any of them, keep them safely out of reach.
Potentially poisonous plants for dog and cats
|Bittersweet||Bird of Paradise|
|Black Locust||Black-eyed Susan|
|Coontie Palm||Cardboard Palm|
- Chocolate and onions are also poisonous to domestic pets
- Please note that the lists of plants contained here may not be all-inclusive, but rather a compilation of the most frequently encountered plants.
Be conscious of the plants inside and outside of your home that could cause a problem for your animals. Keep poisonous plants out of reach. While walking your pet, watch out for any plants that could potentially harm your animal.
If you believe your animal has ingested a poisonous plant, try to stay calm. Remember it is important to act quickly, but rationally. Take your animal to your veterinarian as soon as possible. If you can, take a piece of the plant so your veterinarian can identify what plant it is and which course of action to take. You may want to contact the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435. Most importantly, try to keep your pet calm.
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