Poisonous Plants

If you believe your pet may have ingested something poisonous, call the ASPCA Pet Poison Hotline:

There are a number of common plants which may be toxic to dogs and cats and should be avoided. These include:

Arum Lily
Azalea
Baneberry
Black Locust
Blue-Green Algae
Bulb Flowers
Caladium
Cherry Tree
Coffee
Elderberry
False Hellebore
Four O'Clock
Ground Cherry
Henbane
Horsetail
Jimsonweed
Easter Lily
Autumn Crocus
Bird Of Paradise
Bleeding Heart
Boxwood
Burdock
Calla Lily
Chinaberry Tree
Coral Plant
Elephant Ear (Taro)
Flame Tree
Foxglove
Heaths
Holly
Hydrangea
Lantana Lupine
Milkweed
Mexican Poppy
Mistletoe
Morning Glory
Oak
Mock Orange
Pigweed
Poinciana
Pokeweed
Australian Flame Tree
Bishop's Weed
Bloodroot
Bracken Fern
Cacao
Cardinal Flower
Clematis
Coriander
Eucalyptus
Felt Plant
Glottidium
Heliotrope
Honeysuckle
English Ivy
Larkspur
Marijuana
Vetch
Monkshood
Mushrooms
Avocado
Black Laurel
Bluebonnet
Buckthorn
Camel Bush
Chalice
Cocklebur
Dieffenbachia
Euonymus
Firethorn
Golden Chain
Hemlock
Horse Chestnut Jasmine
Lily Of The Valley
Mandrake
Yellow Jasmine
Moonseed
Nightshades
Philodendron
Poison Ivy
Privet
Mountain Laurel
Oleander
Periwinkle
Poinsettia
Potato Shoots
Ranunculus (Buttercup)
Rape
Spurges
Sweet Pea
Wisteria
Yews
Poison Oak
Pyricantha
Red Maple
Tansy
Rain Tree
Snowdrop
Tobacco