Plants, flowers and other plant things that can be harmful to our quadrupeds.

Plants, flowers and plant things that can be lethal.  Mistletoe

Agapanthus (African Lily), Azalea (large quantity), Cyclamen, Colchicum (Autumn Crocus), Dieffenbachia, Delphinium (Knight Trace), digitalis (foxglove Herb), Lantana, Mistletoe (Maretek), Oleander, Rhododendron, Taxus, Sago Palm, Laburnum ( Golden rain), aconite, cocoa caps.  

Plants and flowers that can cause skin irritations and rashes.

ChrysanthGiant Bears Clawemums, Ficus, Primula, Calla (snake root), Monstera (Hole plant), giant bears Claw, Arum.  

Plants, flowers and plant things that can damage organs (heart, liver, kidney, stomach).

Azalea (small quantity), Crocus, digitalis (foxglove Herb), Juniperus (Juniper), acorns (in large quantity), Castor (Miracle Tree), grape, fig tree.  

Plants and flowers that can make the stomach of battle (vomiting, diarrhea and abundant gasification).

Blue Rain

Amaryllis, Aster, hives, Carnation, chrysanthemums, Clematis, Cyclamen, Daffodil, Ivy, gladiolus, Gypsum herb, Ilex (Holly), Hyacinth, Hydrangea (hydrangea), peony, Christmas star, Tulip, acorns (in small quantity), Wisteria (wisteria), garlic (onion, shallot, Chives, leeks, etc.), Lily, Aspidistra, Convalaria (Lily of Valleys), Solomon's Seal, Galanthus (snowdrop), Clivia, Agave, butter flour.  

Night Black Night Damagedamage family.

The plants below belong to the night damage family and contain the toxic substance solanine. Excessive intake can cause inflammation of the stomach and intestines, apathy, overall malaise and even coma in a dog. Lampion Plant Potato (only the plant or raw and green potatoes), tomato plant (plant only), bitter Sweet, boxing thorn (Goji berry, plant only), Thorn Apple, Capsicum (pepper and pepper plants), Petunia, Nicotiana (tobacco plant), black night Damage, Solanum Pseudocapsicum (Orange tree), lampion plant.   But, as long as your hound doesn't show any strange phenomena after gnawing a plant, I wouldn't be too worried. With me, a litter of puppies has become ' big ' under a yew. When the puppies moved with 12 weeks, the vine missed its lower branches and there was never a puppy sick.