Poisonous plants for puppies

All those people who have decided to welcome a dog as a pet know that they have acquired a great responsibility and that our furry friends need attention and care enough to avoid any organic problem or conduct.

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Nonetheless, there are factors that may be more difficult to control because they pose a threat to our dog but in addition they are in the external environment, sharing the environment with our pet.

This is the case of venomous plants for dogs , plants that can sometimes have our own vola but that involve a great threat to our friend. Find out in this article from YourCatCareguide.com.br what they are!

Toxic plants for puppies

Here are the plants that are potentially dangerous for dogs , so you can identify them and eliminate them from your environment:

  • Marijuana (Cannabis) : Some scientific studies have used dogs to evaluate the effects of cannabis and using high doses have come to observe that a dog may be unconscious for 3 days but that in principle there is no mortal danger. However, it is a toxic plant and if our dog to ingest will suffer changes in heart rhythm, disorientation, excessive salivation and tremors.
  • Lilac (Syringa) : Lilacs, such as lilacs, may be part of the decoration of our homes, but they are dangerous for dogs since they may have stomach pains, fears or lethargy after eating them.
  • Sago palm : This is the ornamental palm that is typically part of our gardens. Ingestion of this plant will cause in our dog gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea, although it can also affect vital organs and eventually cause death, due to a potential poison, cicasin.
  • Daffodils : Ingestion of this flower causes vomiting, diarrhea and excessive salivation in our dogs, but can also have an even more serious consequence, as it can lead to heart disorders and convulsions.
  • Azaleia : The azalea is another typical flower that we can find in our environment, since its intake can cause vomiting, diarrhea, drooling to lethargy and death.
  • Castor : Castor seeds cause burning in the dog’s mouth and throat, so you may notice an excessive thirst on our pet. Castor intoxication can also be accompanied by vomiting and diarrhea. It can even cause the animal to die.
  • Bird of Paradise : This exotic plant that can be seen in many gardens can cause discomfort to the dog, as well as vomiting and diarrhea.
  • With me-nobody-can (difembáquia) : This plant occupies several decorative pots in several houses, causes external and internal symptoms. Topically the animal will suffer from irritation, blisters and inflammation, internally it will cause burning in the throat, inflammation of the digestive tract with difficulty to swallow, vomits and respiratory insufficiencies.
  • Holly : The fruits, seeds and leaves of this plant are poisonous, leading mainly to gastrointestinal manifestations (vomiting, diarrhea and severe abdominal pain). Drowsiness may also be observed. Intoxication can lead to severe dehydration.
  • Cyclamate : Contains an active principle called cyclamine that acts as a potent purgative, causing severe diarrhea accompanied by vomiting and abdominal pain. Depending on your health, you may also notice seizures, kidney failure, and paralysis.
  • Oleander : All parts of this plant are highly toxic, produce gastrointestinal symptoms, fever, central nervous system depression, cardiac changes and can even lead to death by cardiac arrest.
  • Amaryllis : It produces gastrointestinal symptoms with strong vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain, also produces lack of coordination, general malaise and cardiac disorders. It can lead to the death of the animal.
  • Easter Flower (Anemone Pulsatilla) : This plant causes topical changes in the animal, such as contact dermatitis, internally it produces excessive salivation, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain and irritation of the mucous membranes.

Signs of poisoning

In addition to plants, our dog may have contact with various toxic substances, so it is imperative to know the most typical signs of intoxication , so that you can go quickly to the veterinarian.

If the dog has suffered an intoxication we can observe the following symptoms:

  • Signs of severe pain
  • Vomiting
  • Sickness
  • Tremors
  • Paralysis
  • Convulsions
  • Delirium
  • Mouth bleeding
  • Unconsciousness
  • Difficulty breathing

See also our article on Dog Poisoning – Symptoms and First Aid .

What to do in the face of eating a poisonous plant?

The best option will undoubtedly be to resort to a veterinarian and to facilitate veterinary work we recommend that you follow these steps:

  • Identify which plant caused intoxication, so you can start first aid more quickly.
  • Call the vet immediately, he will indicate what steps to take, which will vary depending on the cause of the poisoning.
  • Go to a veterinary clinic urgently, if possible, bring a sample of the plant with you.

Prevent ingesting poisonous plants

Now that you are aware of the diversity of plants that are toxic to your pet, it is important that you identify them in your environment and dispose of them whenever possible, so you should observe your dog when you are away from home to ensure that you do not ing of any of these plants.

If your dog is lucky enough to be able to walk free in nature, then you should take even more precaution, since many of these plants can be found in nature.

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