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Plants Poisonous to Dogs

Listed below are links to the ASPCA® Animal Poison Control Center's information on some common garden and household plants that can be poisonous to your pet. This may not represent a complete list of all poisonous plants. Also, your pet may have a sensitivity or allergy to a plant that is not on the list, resulting in toxicity. Always contact your veterinarian immediately if you think your pet may have ingested a poisonous plant. If you don't find the information you're seeking listed below, click here for our additional sources of information, many including specific effects and plant photos from the various veterinary/horticultural schools.

Special Notice: Several recent reports of dogs having kidney failure after ingesting large amount of grapes or raisins has the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center investigating to determine the causative agents or disease processes. Click here for information.


Alphabetical listing of poisonous plants by common name
Poisonous Plants by Category


Additional Sources of Information
Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine
URL: http://www.vet.purdue.edu/depts/addl/toxic/navigate.htm
Cost: Free
Texas A&M List of Toxic Plants
URL: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/plantanswers/publications/poison/poison.html
Cost: Free
Cornell university poisonous plants home page
URL: http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/plants.html
Cost: Free
Canadian Poisonous Plants Information system
URL: http://sis.agr.gc.ca/pls/pp/poison?p_x=px
Cost: Free
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center: List of Toxic Plants
Phone: 1-888-4ANI-HELP (1-888-426-4435)
Cost: $45.00 per case (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express). The Center will do as many follow-up calls as necessary in critical cases, and at the owner’s request will contact their veterinarian. The Center also provides via fax specific treatment protocols and current literature citations when indicated.
Phone: 1-900-443-0000
Cost: $45.00 per case charged to the owner’s phone bill. The Center will do as many follow-up calls as necessary in critical cases, and at the owner’s request will contact their veterinarian. These follow-up calls can be made by calling (888) 299-2973.
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Phone/Email: 1-888-380-9966, order@apogeevideo.com
Cost: First Aid for Dogs ($19.95), First Aid for Cats ($19.95), Combo: Dogs and Cats ($34.95)
Links to Poisonous Plant Pages
Phone/URL: http://cal.nbc.upenn.edu/poison/links.htm
Cost: Free