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*In order to support lean body mass in overweight pets, feed your pet according to their TARGET bodyweight, not their current bodyweight. Combine with exercise (energetic play) to burn calories and reduce excess weight.

Toxic Houseplants for Dogs and Cats


25 July 2019



Houseplants are a beautiful way to liven up a home, however, they are quite intriguing to our four-legged friends. Be cautious when purchasing houseplants, especially when you have a puppy or kitten at home. The severity of toxicity can range anywhere from very highly poisonous to mildly poisonous. If you do own one of these plants and aren’t willing to rehome it, make sure it is far out of reach from your cat or dog. A small nibble on a leaf can result in a trip to the emergency room. There’s no such thing as being too safe when it comes to our pets!

Poisonous houseplants and their toxicity level:

Sago Palm – Very High

Alocasia – Moderate

Aloe – Mild to Moderate

Arrowhead – Moderate

Calla Lilly -Mild to Moderate

Strelitzia (Bird of Paradise) – High

ZZ Plant: Mild

Dieffenbachia – Moderate

Jade Plant – Low

Kafir Lily – High

Dracaena fragrans – Moderate

Cyclamen – Low to Moderate

Desert Rose (Ademium) – High

Golden Pothos – Mild

Kalanchoe – Moderate to High

Dracaena – Mild to Moderate

Eucalyptus – Moderate

Flame Lily (Gloriosa superba) – Very high

Ficus Benjamina – Mild

Flamingo Flower – Mild

Gardenia – Mild

Geranium – Low

English Ivy (Hedera helix) – Moderate

Peace Lily (Spathiphyllym) – Mild

Schefflera – Mild

Oleander – Very high

Amaryllis – Mild to Moderate

Asparagus Fern – Mild

Ti plant – Low

Begonia – Mild

Peyote – Moderate

Brunfelsia – High

Cactus – Moderate to High

Philodendron – Mild to Moderate