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Toxic Houseplants for Dogs and Cats


25 July 2020



Houseplants are a beautiful way to liven up a home, however, they are quite intriguing to our four-legged friends, for whom they can be toxic if ingested. 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. Keep in mind that a small nibble on a toxic 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! Let’s take a look at a few of the most common toxic houseplants for dogs and cats.

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

Source: https://balconygardenweb.com/poisonous-houseplants-for-dogs-plants-toxic-to-dogs/


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