Which plants are poisonous to dogs?

Posted: 28th July 2020

Many plants are also poisonous to dogs, so take extra care with bunches of cut flowers and houseplants in your home, and when planning your garden planting.

10 plants that are poisonous to dogs

  1. Lilies
  2. Daffodils
  3. Rhododendrons
  4. Dumb cane (dieffenbachia – a common houseplant)
  5. Ivy
  6. Foxgloves
  7. Mistletoe
  8. Poinsettia
  9. Azaleas
  10. Chrysanthemums

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