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    Exclamation ASPCA's List Of Toxic Plants

    Here is an alphabetical list of toxic plants as compiled by the ASPCA under their common name.

    http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/plants/

    And a Printable List for Dogs:
    http://www.aspca.org/Pet-care/poison...list-dogs.aspx


    Edited 4/22/11 to update link
    Last edited by Wonka & Nilla; 04-22-2011 at 01:27 PM.

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    Thanks Doug, We have always had a no house plant rule because when we had four cats, one or another would either poop, eat or dig the dirt out. But oustide is different, I never let Viv chew on a plant you just never know. I am going to give the list to my mom who takes her sometimes.
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    Wow, I knew about a bunch of them, but some I was shocked.

    We had a kitty that we think had sight issues since she ate a Pointsettia.
    I didn't even see that listed on the link though, did I miss it?

    Since then we are very careful what plants came home, but I had no idea easter lilies were bad!

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    Thanks for the site! I just sent it to all my dog friends and printed some for those who don't have a computer. Thanks again!

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    Anyway this can be made a sticky under the health section???? This question comes up often... Thanks Douglas!!!

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    I agree Leslie, I am moving it shortly and making it sticky for a bit so everyone can see it and save the link or print.


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    Great Don!!! Thanks so much and thanks for the quick reply!!!!

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    OMG! Now I feel like such a baaaaaaad puggy mummy.
    We have quite a few plants that appear on the list (both indoor and outdoor) and Henry has been known to chew on a leaf or two .
    Thank God nothing serious has happened to him

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    Whoa, avocado?? Just the plant or the avocado itself? I've given Boris avocado before...now I guess I won't give it to him again!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Borismonster
    Whoa, avocado?? Just the plant or the avocado itself?
    Lisa,
    I did some checking (my vet and the University of Minnesota Vet Hospital, and the ASPCA .... plus several Internet sites) and the conclusion is that everything about the avocado (it's pit/seed/stone and it's leaves) are all considered toxic to animals.
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