Poisonous Plants for Dogs
Will vary from dog to dog. Each dog is different on how they will react. They may have no symptoms while others may drool, vomit, have diarrhea, or swelling or irritation of the area around the mouth. In extreme cases they could have convulsions, heart tremors, difficulty breathing and kidney problems. Any of which may result in coma or death. If your dog exhibits repeated vomiting over a short period of time get them to an emergency Veterinarian or contact an Animal Poison Control Center.
If you have an emergency and your Vet is not available contact : http://public.homeagain.com/pet-emergency.html or
Call 1 888 HOMEAGAIN (1 888 466 3242) and hit prompt 2 to speak with a licensed ASPCA veterinarian in a pet medical emergency.
For HomeAgain members who have the full service annual membership, there is no charge for use of the ASPCA Poison Control Hotline.
If your pet does not have a HomeAgain full service annual membership, you may be charged $60 for this call.
This is a listing to help identify potential hazards in your yard or neighborhood.
This is not intended to be a complete listing of all toxic plants - for further information please refer to the ASPCA web site