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    These are plants that are toxic, if you dog starts experiencing any of these symptoms or ate something that they're not supposed to eat call your veterinarian or poison control immediately.

 

Sometimes produce diarrhea, vomiting:

bulletBittersweet Woody
bulletCastor Bean
bulletDaffodil
bulletDelphinium
bulletFox Glove
bulletGround Cherry
bulletIndian Turnip
bulletLarkspur
bulletPoke Weed
bulletSkunk Cabbage
bulletWisteria

 

Causes rash or irritation after skin contact:

bulletChrysanthemum
bulletCreeping Fig
bulletPoinsettia
bulletPop Mum
bulletSpider Mum
bulletWeeping Fig

 

Irritating: Mouth may become swollen, sore lips, tongue pain:

bulletArrowhead Vine
bulletBoston Ivy
bulletCaladium
bulletDrunk Cane
bulletEmerald Duke
bulletPathos
bulletPhilodendron
bulletRed Princess

 

Toxic - may cause vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, cramps. Some can cause tumors, heart and respiratory and/or kidney problems.

bulletAmaryllis
bulletAmerican Yew
bulletApricot, Almond
bulletAsparagus Fern
bulletAzalea
bulletBalsam Pear
bulletBird of Paradise
bulletBlack Locust
bulletCreeping Charlie
bulletCrown of Thorns
bulletElephant Ears
bulletEnglish Holly
bulletEnglish Yew
bulletGlocal Ivy
bulletHeart Ivy
bulletHouse Chestnut Buckeye Tree
bulletJapanese Plum Tree
bulletMock Orange Tree
bulletPeach, Cherry Trees
bulletPot Mum
bulletPrivet
bulletSpider Mum
bulletUmbrella Plant
bulletWestern Yew

 

Hallucinogens:

bulletLoco Week
bulletMarijuana
bulletMorning Glory
bulletNutmeg
bulletPeriwinkle
bulletPeyote

 

Cause convulsions:

bulletChina Berry
bulletCoriaria
bulletMoonweed
bulletWater Hemlock

 

Plants with varied toxic effects:

bulletButtercup
bulletDutchman's Breeches
bulletJasmine
bulletLupine
bulletMatrimony Vine
bulletMay Apple
bulletMescal Bean
bulletMushrooms
bulletOnions
bulletPoison Hemlock
bulletRhubarb
bulletSpinach
bulletTomato Vine

 

 

 

                                                        

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