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Poisonous Plants to Dogs

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Certain lilies can cause mouth irritation and digestive upset in dogs. Lily of the valley is especially toxic.

Lilies: Risky Business

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Bluebell bulbs contain toxic chemicals. Contact your vet if ingestion occurs.

Beware of Bluebells

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Lycorine in daffodils can lead to stomach issues. Avoid contact and seek vet advice if ingested.

Daffodils: A Spring Hazard

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Even though dogs dislike it, ivy can cause digestive upset and skin irritation.

Ivy: Hidden Danger

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Unripe tomatoes and stems contain harmful substances. Fence off plants to prevent ingestion.

Tomato Plant Toxicity

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Aloe vera’s saponins can lead to skin irritation or gastrointestinal issues in dogs.

Aloe Vera Alert

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Geranium ingestion may induce vomiting. Keep your dog away from all parts of the plant.

Geranium Caution

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Mistletoe can cause vomiting and drooling in dogs. Avoid exposure.

Mistletoe: Not for Fido

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Both the plant and oil are toxic to dogs, causing vomiting and diarrhea.

Eucalyptus Warning

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Primroses may lead to vomiting and diarrhea in dogs. Watch for skin irritation too.

Primrose Peril

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Stay vigilant against additional hazards like azaleas, rhododendrons, and oleanders.

More Toxic Plants

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Contact your vet immediately and monitor for symptoms like vomiting and diarrhea.

What to Do If Ingestion Occurs

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