Poisonous Plants and Toxic Substances

Following is a list of the most common plants, flowers and other substances (this is not an exhaustive list) which may be deadly for your dog if ingested.

These names will soon be followed by photographs to help you recognise plants in your garden, please check back for updates.

A

Alcohol Algae, Blue Green Almond Anemone
Amaryllis Apple (seeds) Apricot Pits Arrow Grass
Avocado Azalea    

B

Balsam Baneberry Belladonna Bird of Paradise
Bittersweet Black-Eyed Susan Bleeding Heart Bloodroot
Boxwood Burning Bush Buttercup  

C

Cactus Caffeine Caladium Calla Lily
Castor Bean Cherry Chocolate Christmas Plant
Chrysanthemum Citrus Oil Columbine Cornflower
Crocus Cyclamen    

D

Daffodil Daphne Delphinium Dumb Cane

E

Eggplant Elderberry Elephant Ear Euonymus

F

Flax Four O'clock Foxglove  

G

Golden Glow Grapes Gum  

H

Henbane Hemlock Holly Honeysuckle
Hops Horse Chestnut Hyacinth Hydrangea

I

Impatiens Iris Ivy  

J

Jack-In-The-Pulpit Japanese Plum Jasmine Java Beans
Jimson Weed Jonquil Juniper  

L

Laburnum Lantata Larkspur Laurel
Lily of the Valley Lily, most forms Locoweed  

M

Macademia Nuts Marijuana Mistletoe Monkshood
Morning Glory Mountain Laurel  Mushrooms, toadstools  

N

Nightshade Nutmeg    

O

Oak Trees Oleander Onions  

P

Peach (seed) Pear (seed) Peony Pimpernel
Plums (foliage, seed) Poinsettia Poison Ivy Poison Oak
Pokeweed Poppy Potato (shoots, leaves, eyes, flesh) Privet

R

Raisins Rhododendron Rhubarb (foliage, raw stems)  

S

Salt   (in large quantities) Scotch Broom Skunk Cabbage Snapdragon
Snowdrop Star of Bethlehem    

T

Tobacco Tomato (foliage, vines) Tulip  

V

Verbena Virginia Creeper Vitamins (for humans which contain Iron)  

W

Wisteria      
X
Xylitol (sweetener found in    chewing gum)      

Y

Yeast Dough Yew (most forms)

 

 

 

Addison

Algae

DM

Epilepsy

Eyes

Heat Stroke

Hips

Undescended Testicles

Parasites

Renal Failure

Slugs

Toxic Substances