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Poisonous Plants

There are a number of common plants which may be toxic to dogs and cats and should be avoided. Please review the list below and contact us with any questions.

  • Arum Lily

  • Azalea Baneberry

  • Black Locust

  • Blue-Green Algae

  • Bulb Flowers

  • Caladium

  • Cherry Tree

  • Coffee

  • Elderberry

  • False Hellebore

  • Four O'Clock

  • Ground Cherry

  • Henbane

  • Horsetail

  • Jimsonweed

  • Easter Lily

  • Mexican Poppy

  • Mistletoe

  • Morning Glory

  • Oak

  • Pigweed

  • Poison Oak

  • Pyricantha

  • Red Maple

  • Tansy

  • Autumn Crocus

  • Bird of Paradise

  • Bleeding Heart

  • Boxwood

  • Burdock

  • Calla Lily

  • Chinaberry Tree

  • Coral Plant

  • Elephant Ear (Taro)

  • Flame Tree

  • Foxglove

  • Heaths

  • Holly

  • Hydrangea

  • Lantana

  • Lupine

  • Milkweed

  • Mock Orange

  • Mountain Laurel

  • Oleander

  • Poinciana

  • Pokeweed

  • Rain Tree

  • Snowdrop

  • Tobacco

  • Austrailian Flame Tree

  • Bishop's Weed

  • Bloodroot

  • Bracken Fern

  • Cacao

  • Cardinal Flower

  • Clematis

  • Coriander

  • Eucalyptus

  • Felt Plant

  • Glottidium

  • Heliotrope

  • Honeysuckle

  • English Ivy

  • Larkspur

  • Marijuana

  • Vetch

  • Monkshood

  • Mushrooms

  • Periwinkle

  • Poinsettia

  • Potato Shoots

  • Ranunculus (Buttercup)

  • Spurges

  • Wisteria

  • Avocado

  • Black Laurel

  • Bluebonnet

  • Buckthorn

  • Camel Bush

  • Chalice

  • Cocklebur

  • Dieffenbachia

  • Euonymus

  • Firethorn

  • Golden Chain

  • Hemlock

  • Horse Chestnut

  • Jasmine

  • Lily of the Valley

  • Mandrake

  • Yellow Jasmine

  • Moonseed

  • Nightshades

  • Philodendron

  • Poison Ivy

  • Privet

  • Rape

  • Sweet Pea

  • Yews

If you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance contact one of the pet emergency organizations below:
  • ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC)
    is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call the number below:

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