Plants that are poisonous to dogs

Just as there are foods that are poisonous to your dog, there are also plants that are poisonous, both at home and in the wild. If you have a dog that is curious and likes to taste what it sees, it may be a good idea to review the plants in your home and keep a little extra vigilance when you are out for a walk. Here we've put together a list of examples of 20 common plants that are poisonous to your dog.

Examples of plants that are poisonous:

  • Peace Call

  • Cranberry

  • Ivy

  • Porcelain flower

  • Monstera

  • Cyclamen

  • Azalea

  • Holly

  • Chrysanthemum

  • Columbine

  • Bearberry

  • Gladiolus

  • Hosta

  • Spruce

  • Privet

  • Lily of the valley

  • Daffodil

  • Rhododendron

  • Tulips

  • Angelica

Symptoms of poisoning can vary depending on the substance and how much the dog has ingested. Some common symptoms of poisoning may include nausea, lethargy, vomiting, diarrhoea, tremors and convulsions, to name a few. If you suspect your dog has ingested something toxic, you can always consult a digital vet, which as an insurance customer you have unlimited access to directly in the Lassie app.

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