We will be closed Monday, September 7th in observance of Labor Day. We will still be accepting boarding clients for this day.

Knowing which popular plants can be toxic to dogs, cats, and horses will help you choose safe flora for your home and yard. Read below to see which plants can be hazardous and which are relatively harmless.

For fall specific plants, read here.

There are a number of common plants which may be toxic to dogs and cats and should be avoided. These include:

Arum LilyAutumn CrocusAustralian Flame TreeAvocado
Azalea BaneberryBird Of ParadiseBishop’s WeedBlack Laurel
Black LocustBleeding HeartBloodrootBluebonnet
Blue-Green AlgaeBoxwoodBracken FernBuckthorn
Bulb FlowersBurdockCacaoCamel Bush
CaladiumCalla LilyCardinal FlowerChalice
Cherry TreeChinaberry TreeClematisCocklebur
CoffeeCoral PlantCorianderDieffenbachia
ElderberryElephant Ear (Taro)EucalyptusEuonymus
False HelleboreFlame TreeFelt PlantFirethorn
Four O’ClockFoxgloveGlottidiumGolden Chain
Ground CherryHeathsHeliotropeHemlock
HenbaneHollyHoneysuckleHorse Chestnut
HorsetailHydrangeaEnglish IvyJasmine
JimsonweedLantanaLarkspurLily Of The Valley
Easter LilyLupineMarijuanaMandrake
Mexican PoppyMilkweedVetchYellow Jasmine
MistletoeMock OrangeMonkshoodMoonseed
Morning GloryMountain LaurelMushroomsNightshades
PigweedPoincianaPoinsettiaPoison Ivy
Poison OakPokeweedPotato ShootsPrivet
PyricanthaRain TreeRanunculus (Buttercup)Grapes
Red MapleSnowdropSpurgesSweet Pea

If you believe your pet may have ingested any of these or any other toxic substances, please contact us at Lake Pine Animal Hospital as soon as possible.

For after-hours emergencies, contact one of our recommended veterinary emergency hospitals.