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  summersbrook labradors - advice on poison plants and dogs

Fortunately, serious poisoning by plants is uncommon. The most likely “victim” is going to be a young puppy - investigating its new home - and biting off rather more than is good for it. Symptoms are usually a bad case of vomiting or diarrhoea - after which, all is forgotten and then the look that says “where’s my supper?”.
Things can get dangerous - if left untreated. Toxins in various plants can induce twitching, unsteadiness, convulsions ....and even worse.
Any of these signs and /or lethargy, and / or loss of appetite ..
“Get to a Vet”.

  • Aloe Vera, Amaryllis, Apple(seeds), Apple Leaf Croton, Apricot(stones) Asparagus Fern, Autumn Crocus, Azalea.
  • Baby’s Breath, Birds of Paradise, Box-Hedge(leaves), Bluebell(seeds) Branching Ivy, Bracken, Buckeye, Buddist Pine, Buttercup.
  • Caladiun, Calla Lily, Castor Bean, Ceriman, Charming Dieffenbachia, Cherry, Cineria, Chinese Evergreen, Clematis, Cordatum, Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Crocus, Croton, Cuban Laurel, Christmas Daisy, Cutleaf Philedendron, Cycads and Cyclamen.
  • Daffodil (bulbs), Daphne, Delphinium, Devil’s Ivy, Dieffenbachia, Draceana Palm, Dragon Tree, Dumb Cane.
  • Easter Lily, Elaine, Elberberries, Elephants Ears, Emerald Feather, English Ivy, Eucalyptus.
  • Fiddle-leaf Fig, Florida Beauty, Foxglove, Fruit Salad Plant.
  • Geranium, German Ivy, Giant Dumb Cane, Gold Dust Dracaena, Glacier Ivy, Gladiolus, Golden Pothos.
  • Hyacinth, Heartland Pliledendron, Holly(berries), Hurricane Plant, Hydrangea
  • Indian Rubber Plant, Ivy.
  • Janet Craig Dracaena, Japanese Show Lily, Jerusalem Cherry.
  • Kalanchoe.
  • Laburnham, Larkspur, Lacy Tree Philedendron, Lily of the Valley, Lupin.
  • Madagascar Dragon Tree, Marble Queen, Marijuana, May (apples), Mistletoe (berries), Mexican Breadfruit, Miniture Croton, Mongashood, Moonseed (berries and roots), Morning Glory, Mother-in-Law’s Tongue.
  • Narcissus, Needlepoint Ivy, Nephitis, Nightshade.
  • Oak (leaves and acorns), Oleander, Onion, Oriental Lily.
  • Peach lily, Peach (leaves and stone), Pencil Cactus, Plumosa Fern, Poinsettia, Pothos, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Precatory Bean, Primrose.
  • Red Emerald, Red Princess, Red Margined Dracaena, Rhodedendron, Ribbon Plant, Ragwort, Raisins, Rape, Rhododendron, Rhubard (leaves).
  • Saddle Leaf Philedendron, Sago Palm, Satin Pothos, Scheffiera, Silver Pothos, Snowdrop, Spotted Dumb Cane, String of Pearls, Sweet pea, Sweetheart Ivy, Swiss Cheese Plant.
  • Taro Vine, Tiger Lily, Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves), Tree Philedendron, Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia, Tulip.
  • Water Hemlock, Wild Cherry (twigs and leaves), Wisteria, Weeping Fig.
  • Yew....... and if - “yew” (groan!) -  hear of any others, please let us know! ....

For even more on this, visit....
 
www.dogstrust.org.uk/az/factsheetsanddownloads/factsheetpoisonoussubstances09.pdf
Some of the comments need to be taken with a pinch of salt - excuse the pun.
 “Harmful if eaten in quantity” is a bit vague - it all depends on the size of your dog.
Having said that - it’s better to be be safe than sorry ..
“Get to a Vet”.

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