Plants That Are Poisonous To DogsThu June 7th, 2012 @ 1:41 pm
Plants that are poisonous to dogs
Many bulb plants are deadly to animals if they eat the bulb. Don't leave a digging dog in the yard with these.
This is a commonly found garden flower in which the entire plant can be poisonous.
The toxins in azalea plants can be very severe and potentially cause drooling, diarrhea, vomiting, central nervous system weakening and depression, and in some cases possibly coma or death.
This is a wildflower and garden herb that is poisonous in its entirety but mostly in the leaves.
Is a garden flower whose bulbs are poisonous.
Is a wild and garden flower whose roots and foliage are poisonous.
Is a tree whose poisonous parts include the leaves, bark, roots and buds.
This is a wild and garden flower whose leaves are poisonous.
This is a wild and houseplant whose bulbs are poisonous.
Is a wild and garden flower whose leaves and roots are poisonous.
Is a wildflower that is entirely poisonous, especially the leaves and roots.
A houseplant with poisonous berries.
This is a garden flower whose bulbs contain poisons.
Is a houseplant with poisonous leaves, flowers and stems.
A garden plant with poisonous leaves.
Poisoning as a result of the yew plant can affect the nervous system and cause in-coordination, trembling and breathing difficulties. It may also result in gastrointestinal irritation, cardiac failure and could possibly lead to death.