What plants can dogs eat?

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It's important to remember that many plants that are edible or even medicinal for people are toxic to dogs.

Many of these plants are for indoor use, but there are several other dog safe plants that are good for outdoor gardens:

  • African Violet.
  • Roses.
  • Sunflowers.
  • Zinnia.
  • Marigolds.
  • Hibiscus.
  • Snapdragon.
  • Aster.
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Many of these plants are for indoor use, but there are several other dog safe plants that are good for outdoor gardens: African Violet. Roses. Sunflowers.

Some of the top plants that are dangerous for dogs include:

  • Chrysanthemum.
  • Hyacinth.
  • Iris.
  • Daisy.
  • Morning Glory.
  • Daffodil.
  • Azalea.
  • Lily of the Valley.
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Which Plants Can Kill Your Dog or Cat?

  • Pet Poisoner #1 - Yews (Taxus sp.)
  • Pet Poisoner #2 - Castor Bean (Ricinus communis)
  • Plant Poisoner #3 - Chinaberry (Melia azedarach)
  • Plant Poisoner #4 - Heavenly Bamboo (Nandina domestica)
  • Pet Poisoner #5 - Foxglove (Digtalis purpurea)
  • Pet Poisoner #6 - Sago Palm (Cycas revoluta)
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Which Plants Can Kill Your Dog or Cat?

  • Pet Poisoner #1 - Yews (Taxus sp.)
  • Pet Poisoner #2 - Castor Bean (Ricinus communis)
  • Plant Poisoner #3 - Chinaberry (Melia azedarach)
  • Plant Poisoner #4 - Heavenly Bamboo (Nandina domestica)
  • Pet Poisoner #5 - Foxglove (Digtalis purpurea)
  • Pet Poisoner #6 - Sago Palm (Cycas revoluta)
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Other Flowers and Herbs.

Dabbling your garden with marigolds also may help deter your dog from digging - dogs tend to steer clear of them, finding their odor offensive.

Other potential aromatics that dogs and cats usually avoid include the mustard plant, citronella, rosemary, lavender and lemon grass.

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Dabbling your garden with marigolds also may help deter your dog from digging - dogs tend to steer clear of them, finding their odor offensive.

Other potential aromatics that dogs and cats usually avoid include the mustard plant, citronella, rosemary, lavender and lemon grass.

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To keep him away, spray plants with pungent white vinegar or apple bitter.

Or plant marigolds between vegetable rows, which repel dogs and other backyard pests, such as Mexican bean beetles, aphids, squash bugs, and whiteflies.

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Euphorbias. These include spurge, milk bush, chenille plants and pencil trees.

The sap produced by these plants is poisonous to dogs, and the pollen from them is allergenic.

If your dog has a run-in with these plants, you can expect lots of itching and scratching, and red, runny eyes.

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