Anyone had a dog eat a jade plant leaf?

Asked By: Rosalia Durgan
Date created: Sun, Jan 10, 2021 11:57 AM
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In most cases, jade plant poisoning in dogs is mild; however, in rare instances the leaves can cause a more serious medical issue. If you know your fur baby has eaten one or more jade leaves, then be sure to call the vet… The vet may follow this with a complete flushing of your dog's digestive system, too.
Answered By: Trent Beier
Date created: Mon, Jan 11, 2021 2:00 PM
The elephant ear plant is a houseplant with giant pointed leaves that look like elephant ears. This plant may be nice to look at, but it can be toxic to your dog… If your dog eats any part of the elephant ear plant, the first symptom you will see is also the deadliest; a swollen airway leading to inability to breathe.

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#4 Jade Plant (Crassula argentea)

Which is great for those lacking a green thumb. Signs that your dog or cat has munched down on this plant includes vomiting and a slow heart rate.
The jade plant is also commonly called a rubber plant and is very toxic to dogs, causing gastric distress, heartbeat irregularities, and depression among other symptoms.
Fiddle Leaf Fig – Toxic to cats and dogs if ingested, causing oral irritation, excessive drooling, and vomiting… Signs of poisoning include vomiting, loss of appetite, excessive drooling, lethargy, dehydration, excessive or decreased thirst and urination, abdominal pain, and kidney failure.
In dogs, a bay leaf will not kill them or cause any serious damages, but it may very well upset their stomachs and cause digestive problems that include vomiting. If your dog accidentally eats a bay leaf, you can expect it to feel much better in a day or two, but it can be painful for you to watch in the meantime.

"Dogs are biologically omnivorous but can thrive on a balanced plant-based diet, " she says.

"Animals do have requirements for nutrients, but not necessarily ingredients." Dr.

May points out that meat products like chicken and beef are common allergens, causing a host of skin issues in Dogs.

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