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Offline shorkiejem

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Posionious plants to your dog
« on: September 15, 2010, 07:13:01 PM »
ThePoop.com has compiled a list of poisonous house and outdoor plants that may be lurking in your area and harmful to your pups. As pretty as they may appear, be on the alert and check the list below...


Poisonous Houseplants | Poisonous Outdoor Plants

Just How Poisonous Are Those Plants?
Poisonous Houseplants
Common Name    Botanical Name    Poisonous Part
Bird of Paradise    Strelizia regirae    Fruit, seeds
Boston Ivy    Parthenocissus quinquefolia    All parts
Caladium   Caladium   All parts
Creeping Charlie   Glecoma hederacea   All parts
Dumbcane   Dieffenbachia   All parts
Emerald Duke   Philodendron hastatum   All parts
Glacier Ivy   Hedera glacier   Leaves, berries
Heartleaf   Philadendron cordatum   All parts
English Ivy   Hedera helix   Leaves, berries
Marble Queen   Scindapsus aureus   All parts
Majesty   Philodendron hastatum   All parts
Nephthytis, Arrowhead Vine   Synogonium podophyllum albolineatum   All parts
Parlor Ivy   Philodendron cordatum   All parts
Pothos   Scindapsus aureus   All parts
Red Princess   Philodendron hastatum   All parts
Saddleleaf   Philodendron selloum   All parts
Split leaf Philodendron   Monstera deliciosa   All parts
Umbrella Plant   Cyperus alternifolius   All parts
Poisonous Outdoor Plants
Common Name   Botanical Name   Poisonous Part
Apricot   Prunus ameniaca   Stem, bark, seed pits
Azalea   Rhododendron occidentale   All parts
Baneberry   Actaea Spicata   Berries, roots, foliage
Buchberry   Lantana   All parts
Castor Bean   Ricinus communis   Seeds, if chewed
Choke Cherry   Prunus virginica   Leaves, seed pits, stems, bark
Daffodil   Narcissus   Bulbs
Daphne   Daphne mezereum   Berries, bark, leaves
Foxglove   Digitalis purpura   Leaves, seeds, flowers
Hemlock   Conium maculatum   All parts, root and root stalk
Hens-and-Chicks   Lantana   All parts
Hyacinth   Hyacinthus orientalis   Bulbs, leaves, flowers
Hydrangea   Hydrangea macrophylla   Leaves, buds
Jerusalem Cherry   Solanim pseudocapscium   All parts, unripe fruit
Jimson Weed   Datura stramonium   All parts
Jonquil   Narcissus   Bulbs
Lily-of-the-Valley   Convallaria majalis   All parts
Mandrake   Podophyllum peltatum   Roots, foliage, unripe fruit
Mistletoe   Phoradendron Flavescens   Berries
Morning Glory   Ipomoea violaces   Seeds
Nightshade   Atropa belladonna   All parts
Oleander   Norium Oleander   All parts, including dried leaves
Poinsettia   Euphorbia pulcherrima   Leaves, flowers
Pokeweed, Inkberry   Phytolacca americana   All parts
Red Sage   Lantana camara   Green berries
Rhododendron   Rhododendron   All parts
Rhubarb   Rheum raponticum   Leaves
Sweet Pea   Lathyrus odoratus   Seeds, pods
Tulip   Tulipa   Bulbs
Wisteria   Wisteria   Seeds, pods
Yew   Taxus   Needles, bark, seeds


    INDOOR/OUTDOOR


    POISONOUS PLANTS:

    A) Sometimes produce diarrhea, vomiting:
    Poke weed
    Daffodil
    Castor bean
    Indian turnip
    Skunk cabbage
    Delphinium
    Fox glove
    Bittersweet woody
    Ground cherry
    Larkspur
    Wisteria

    B) Causes rash or irritation after skin contact:
    Chrysanthemum
    Creeping fig
    Poinsettia
    Weeping fig
    Pop mum
    Spider mum

    C) Irritating: Mouth may becomes swollen, sore lips, tongue pain:
    Arrowhead vine
    Boston ivy
    Drunk cane
    Caladium
    Emerald duke
    Philodendron
    Pathos
    Red princess

    D) Toxic - may cause vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, cramps. Some can cause tumors, heart and respiratory and/or kidney problems.
    Amaryllis
    Asparagus fern
    Azalea
    Bird of Paradise
    Creeping Charlie
    Crown of Thorns
    Elephant ears
    Glocal ivy
    Heart ivy
    Pot mum
    Spider mum
    Umbrella plant

    E) Trees and shrubs that may produce abdominal pain and diarrhea:
    House chestnut buckeye
    American yew
    English yew
    Western yew
    English holly
    Privet
    Mock orange
    Black locust
    Balsam pear
    Peach, cherry
    Apricot, almond
    Japanese plum
    Black locust

    F) Hallucinogens:
    Marijuana
    Morning glory
    Nutmeg
    Periwinkle
    Peyote
    Loco Week

    G) Cause convulsions:
    China berry
    Coriaria
    Moonweed
    Water hemlock

    H) Plants with varied toxic effects:
    Rhubarb
    Spinach
    Tomato vine
    Lupine
    Buttercup
    Poison hemlock
    Mushrooms
    May apple
    Mescal bean
    Dutchman's breeches
    Jasmine
    Matrimony vine

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Re: Posionious plants to your dog
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2010, 05:08:59 PM »
I did already do one of these lists but I think this is longer. It's amazing how many are so dangerous isn't it.
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Re: Posionious plants to your dog
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2010, 03:41:57 PM »
I'm sorry Ann, I didn't see the one you posted.  Duh me!!
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Re: Posionious plants to your dog
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2010, 12:56:49 PM »
And maybe do a sticky on this?
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