8 Plants That Are Poisonous to Dogs

If these blooming bushes are consumed, they have the potential to create significant difficulties with the gastrointestinal tract, cardiac rhythms, and problems with the central nervous system.


Rhododendrons, much like azaleas, have the potential to cause serious gastrointestinal issues, cardiac arrhythmias, and difficulties with the central nervous system.


The foliage of this blooming plant in the woods has a pleasant aroma, but it is very toxic.While lily of the valley is not related to azaleas or rhododendrons

Lily of the Valley

Autumn crocus, often known as Meadow Saffron or Naked Ladies, is poisonous. Dogs who consume autumn crocus may have liver and renal damage, gastrointestinal issues, respiratory difficulties, and convulsions.

Autumn Crocus

Ricine, a poisonous glycoprotein, is found in the seeds and leaves of this ubiquitous home and outdoor plant. A little quantity may cause serious poisoning or death.

Castor Oil Plant

This plant is ASPCA-listed as hazardous to dogs, cats, and horses. If your pet eats any portion of this plant, it might die from breathing and swallowing problems.

Elephant's Ear

Seasonal fluctuations and field circumstances affect the plant's toxicity, although it usually decreases with maturity. The ASPCA warns of heart failure and respiratory paralysis deaths.


Often called Rose-Bay, this *very* poisonous plant may cause symptoms including diarrhea, spasms in the muscles, trouble breathing, and heart failure if consumed. The ASPCA warns against doing so.