Plants That Are Toxic to Dogs

We're often asked what house plants are toxic to dogs. This is NOT an exhaustive list, so please do your research for any plants you don't see on this list. In addition, if you have any plants and you don't know what kind they are, keep them well out of reach of your dogs.

If your dog eats any of the following plants call your vet or poison control immediately.

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Plants That Are Toxic to Dogs

These plants are known to be toxic to dogs, so keep them out of reach of your dogs or get rid of them altogether to be even more safe:

Azalea
Aloe
Amaryllis
Apple Seeds
Asparagus fern
Azaleas
Bay Laurel
Begonia
Bird of Paradise
Caladium
Cherry leaves
Daffodil
Daisy
Desert Rose
Dracaena fragrans
English Ivy
Hydrangea
Iris
Jade Plant
Juniper
Lilies
Locust
Marijuana (not CBD oil)
Mistletoe
Oleander
Pacific Yew
Philodendron
Pothos or Devil’s Ivy
Sago Palm
Tomato plants
Wisteria
Zamioculcas

We hope you find this list helpful. Please do share with your friends, so they can be aware too.

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