List of Plants Toxic to Dogs A to C

Quicklinks to Plants Toxic to Dogs Information

Details and an alphabetical list of plants toxic to dogs can be found on the next 3 pages.  While we have tried to make the list as complete as possible, it is impossible to capture the thousands of plant varieties. If you have a specific question about a plant, please fill out the form on our dog plant poison question and answer page. If you suspect that your dog is poisoned, call your veterinarian or a dog poison hotline (888) 426-4435 immediately. If the poisoning just happened, vomiting up what went into the body is the treatment of choice. To induce vomiting use hydrogen peroxide (3% solution), 1 teaspoon (5 ml) per 10 pounds (4.5 kg) of body weight. Repeat every 15-20 min., up to 3x. Be sure to contact a veterinarian as soon as you can, before administering treatment.

List of Dog Poisonous Plants

You will find hundreds of plants toxic to dogs on the following three pages. It is impossible to capture every variety, so please consider this more of a guide. Look for related species if you cannot find a specific plant. Also try the search box as well. If you see no symptoms listed next to a plant, look for general symptoms on your dog such as irritation around the mouth, drooling, breathing problems, increased heart rate, vomiting, stomach pain, nausea and diarrhea.


The Azalea/Rhgododendron Has A Natural Chemical that is Toxic to Dogs



References Plants Toxic to Dogs:

Dog Trust List of Plants, Garden and Household Substances Toxic to Dogs

Note: No list of plants and other substances can be complete. This page is only intented to be a guide.

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