POISONOUS PLANTS

Poisonous Plants

Keep Your Pet Safe from Poisonous Plants


There are many different plants that look beautiful or even have beneficial effects for humans, but that dogs and cats should avoid. We’ve compiled a list of common household and garden plants that can be extremely hazardous for pets. 

Do your best to keep your pets away from these plants. If your pet is ever accidentally exposed, contact us right away.

Plants to Avoid


  • Arum Lily 
  • Australian Flame Tree 
  • Autumn Crocus 
  • Avocado 
  • Azalea Baneberry 
  • Bird of Paradise 
  • Bishop's Weed 
  • Black Laurel 
  • Black Locust 
  • Bleeding Heart 
  • Bloodroot 
  • Bluebonnet 
  • Blue-Green Algae 
  • Boxwood 
  • Bracken Fern 
  • Buckthorn 
  • Bulb Flowers 
  • Burdock 
  • Cacao 
  • Caladium 
  • Calla Lily 
  • Camel Bush 
  • Cardinal Flower 
  • Chalice 
  • Cherry Tree 
  • Chinaberry Tree 
  • Clematis 
  • Cocklebur 
  • Coffee 
  • Coral Plant 
  • Coriander 
  • Dieffenbachia 
  • Easter Lily 
  • Elderberry 
  • Elephant Ear (Taro) 
  • English Ivy 
  • Eucalyptus 
  • Euonymous 
  • False Hellebore 
  • Felt Plant 
  • Firethorn 
  • Flame Tree 
  • Four O'Clock 
  • Foxglove 
  • Glottidium 
  • Golden Chain 
  • Ground Cherry 
  • Heaths 
  • Heliotrope 
  • Hemlock 
  • Henbane 
  • Holly 
  • Honeysuckle 
  • Horse Chestnut 
  • Horsetail 
  • Hydrangea 
  • Jasmine 
  • Jimsonweed 
  • Lantana Pokeweed
  • Larkspur 
  • Lily of the Valley 
  • Lupine 
  • Mandrake 
  • Marijuana 
  • Mexican Poppy 
  • Milkweed 
  • Mistletoe 
  • Mock Orange 
  • Monkshood 
  • Moonseed 
  • Morning Glory 
  • Mountain Laurel 
  • Mushrooms 
  • Nightshades 
  • Oak 
  • Oleander
  • Periwinkle
  • Philodendron
  • Pigweed
  • Poinciana
  • Poinsettia
  • Poison Ivy
  • Poison Oak
  • Potato Shoots
  • Privet
  • Pyracantha
  • Rain Tree
  • Ranunculus (Buttercup)
  • Rape
  • Red Maple
  • Snowdrop
  • Spurges
  • Sweet Pea
  • Tansy
  • Tobacco
  • Vetch
  • Wisteria
  • Yellow Jasmine
  • Yews
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