Poisonous Plants!

If you suspect your pet has ingested any toxic substance, including these poisonous plants, please contact a pet poison hotline, an emergency veterinary hospital, or your veterinarian immediately.

10 Plants Highly Toxic to Pets Keep pets away from these plants. Seek veterinary care if your pet ingests any of these. 1 Azalea 2 Rhododendron 3 Sago Palm 4 Cyclamen 5 Kalanchoe 6 Autumn Crocus 7 Foxglove 8 Lily 9 Amanita Mushroom 10 Yew Other plants found in Oregon that can be toxic: lupine, delphinium, elderberry, iris, tulip, hyacinth,and daffodil. Cocoa mulch can be hazardous to dogs if consumed in sufficient quantities. Lilies are highly toxic to cats!Flowers from the lily family, including Easter, stargazer, tiger, day, rubrum, and Japanese show are very toxic to cats. Contact with even a petal or leaf can cause kidney failure within 72 hours. Keep lilies out of homes with cats. Marijuana Marijuana can make your pet very sick. Keep marijuana and edibles such as brownies away from pets and stored in pet-proof containers. Seek veterinary care if your pet ingests marijuana. Symptoms of Plant Poisoning ✲ Drooling ✲ Diarrhea ✲ Lethargy ✲ Seizures ✲ Unconsciousness ✲ Irritation to skin or mouth ✲ Vomiting Vomiting is common after a cat or dog ingests plant material. Seek veterinary care if there are other symptoms or if you know the item consumed was toxic. ©2015 Oregon Veterinary Medical Association Oregon Veterinary Medical Association oregonvma.org Twitter: @oregonvma Facebook: /oregonvma Or visit: http://oregonvma.org