PROTECT YOUR PETS

Toxic Plants for Pets

1. Aloe Vera 

2. Amaryllis 

3. Baby's Breath 

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4. Begonia 

5. Carnations

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6. Castor Bean 

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7. Chrysanthemum

8. Cyclamen 

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9. Daffodil 

10. Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane)

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11. Gladiola

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12. Easter Lily

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13. Hosta

14. Ivy

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15.  Lilies 

16. Milkweed 

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17. Morning Glory

18. Oleander 

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19. Peony

20. Pothos 

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22. Sago Palm

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23. Tomato Plant

24. Tulip

25. Yew

26. Asparagus Fern

27. Heart Leaf Philodendron

28. Corn Plant

29. Jade

 

Make sure you know all the name of the plants you have in your home. Your first course of action should always be to contact your local veterinarian if your pet has come in contact with a plant that you do not know.

This is not a complete list of plants that are toxic to pets, for a complete list and for more information, please visit the American Society for the Prevention and Cruelty to Animals.