10 Toxic Plants That Could Kill Your Dog


If you have a dog, it’s a good idea to be aware of what’s good and bad for your dog to eat. Unfortunately many plants common in backyards (and a variety of houseplants) are toxic to dogs. Canines like to dig and chew—they’re more likely to investigate things through smelling and eating than other pets (though cats do this occasionally too). If you suspect your dog has eaten a toxic plant, call your vet or bring your dog to an emergency clinic. Collect any parts of plant matter still lying around, and any vomit—it’s critical to identify what plant the dog ate, to treat the animal properly. Read on for some of the most poisonous plants, and the symptoms they cause in dogs.

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