All parts of the Sago Palm, including the seeds, are highly toxic to dogs. Ingestion can cause severe symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea and liver failure.
Various types of lilies, including Easter Lily, Tiger Lily, and Daylily, can be toxic to dogs. Consuming any part of these plants can lead to kidney failure.
Azaleas contain toxins that can cause symptoms like drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, and even cardiovascular issues.
The bulbs of tulips and narcissus plants contain toxins that can cause intense gastrointestinal irritation, drooling
Oleander is a highly toxic plant for dogs. Eating any part of it can lead to severe symptoms such as vomiting, heart abnormalities, and even death.
The seeds of the castor bean plant contain a potent toxin called ricin. It can cause severe symptoms, including abdominal pain
Autumn crocus plants contain toxins that can cause symptoms like oral irritation, gastrointestinal upset, and organ failure
Daffodil flowers and leaves contain toxins that can cause symptoms such as vomiting and, in severe cases, heart and respiratory issues.
Lily of the Valley contains cardiac glycosides, which can lead to symptoms like irregular heart rate, and seizures or coma.
Yew is a toxic plant for dogs, and ingesting any part of it can cause symptoms like difficulty breathing, tremors, and cardiac arrest.