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Toxic Plants


This is a list I got from Poison Control in Hennepin County. It should give you a good start on knowing what is not good for your dog. I am certain it is not all encompassing, and it is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. If you have any doubts about what your dog has gotten into, contact your veterinarian immediately. The first table contains toxic plants and the second table contains mildly toxic plants.

The ASPCA has an extensive list of toxic substances on their web site too. This link will take you away from www.OutlawChinooks.com


TOXIC PLANTS
Alder Buckthorn
Euonvmus
Paradise Plant
Amaryllis
Fluffy Ruffles
Parsnip
Anemone
Four O'Clock
Partridge Breast
Angel's Trumpet Tree
Fox Glove
Peony
Arborvitae
Gladiola
Periwinkle
Azalea
Hawaiian Baby Wood Rose
Peyote
Baneberry
Hedge Apples
Poison Ash
Barberry
Hogwort
Poison Daisy
Bird of Paradise
Holly
Poison Hemlock
Bittersweet
Hyacinth
Poison Ivy
Black Locust
Hydrangea
Poison Milkweed
Black Root
Jack in the Pulpit
Poison Nut
Buttercups
Jequirity Bean
Poison Oak
Caladium
Jerusalem Cherry
Pokewood
Calico Bush
Jimson Weed
Poppy (except California Poppy)
California Holly
Jonquil
Primrose
California Ivy
Juniper
Ranunculus
Castor Bean
Lantana
Rhododendron
Chinese Lantern
Larkspur
Rosary Beans
Christmas Rose
Laurel
Rosary Peas
Clematis
Lily of the Valley
Sand Begonia
Cottoneaster
Lobelia
Scindapus
Creeping Charlie
Loco Weed
Snake Palm
Crocus (except Spring blooming)
Maiden Hair Tree
Snow on the Mountain
Croton (except Canliaeum sp.)
Marigold (Marsh Marigold only)
Solomon's Seal
Crown of Thorns
Marijuana
Star of Bethlehem
Crown Vetch
May Apple
String of Beads
Cyclamen
Milkweed
Stinkweed
Daphne
Mistletoe
Sumac
Delphinium
Moonseed
Toadstools
Dutchman's Pipe
Monkshood
Tobacco
Elderberry
Morning Glory
Trumpet Plant
English Ivy
Mountain Laurel
Victoria Regia
Eucalyptus
Mushrooms
Vinca (All Varieties)

Nightshade (All Varieties)
Water Hemlock

Oleander
Wild Parsnip


Wisteria


Yew


MILDLY TOXIC PLANTS
Aloe Vera
Dracaena (most varieties)
Peace Lilly
Alyssum
Dragon Tree
Peach (pit)
American Ivy
Elephant's Ear
Philodendron
Angel's Wings
Engelman Ivy
Plush Plant
Apricot (pit)
Evergreen Plant
Poinsettia
Arboricola
Fatsia
Polka Dot Cactus
Arrowhead
Fern
Potato (all green parts)
Asparagus Fern
Ficus Benjamina
Pothos
Avocado (seed, leaves, stem)
Fig Tree
Rhubarb (leaves)
Birch Tree
Five Leaved Ivy
Ribbon Plant
Black Walnut
Geranium
Rose
Bleeding Heart
Gladiola
Rubber Plant
Boston Ivy
Hen and Chicks
Sansevieria
Burro Tail
Honeysuckle
Sedum
Cactus
Inch Plant
Sensitive Fern
Calla Lily
Iris
Shamrock Plant
Carnation
Ivy
Snake Plant
Carrot (greens)
Lady Slipper
Spathe Flower
Cattail
Lamb's Tail
Spathiphyllum
Century Plant
Maple Tree
Sprengeri Fern
Chenille Plant
Mexican Snowball
Sweet Pea
Cherries (pits)
Mother-In-Law Plant
Tomato (entire plant except ripe fruit)
Chrysanthemum
Mother-In-Law Tongue
Tulip
Clivia
Narcissus
Umbrella Plant
Corn Plant
Nephthytis
Violet
Daisy
Oak Tree
Virginia Creeper
Devil's Ivy
Orchid
Weeping Fig
Dieffenbachia
Oxalis
Weeping Willow
Dogwood
Painted Lady
Woodbine
Donkey Tail
Pansy




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