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Guide to poisonous plants for animals

The time is imminent with the arrival of gardens and farmers’ markets, and our desire to unite our yard and our house with evergreen herbs and beautiful flowers.

If you’re lucky enough to share your life with pets, you certainly know that you need to take extra precaution while shopping in the nursery.

Some plants can endanger your health with fury or feathers. Here is a list of plants not to be exhausted to avoid.

IN THE GARDEN

Liliaceae

The family Liliaceae are tulips, chlorophyta, violet and sansevieria. These plants have low medium toxicity, especially in bulbs and leaves. After 24 to 48 hours, a cutaneous, oral (hypersalivation) and digestive system (vomiting, diarrhea) will cause symptoms.

The lily of the valley and the seal of Solomon, on the other hand, will cause heart problems in all animals, from rodents to birds. If you keep the bouquet indoors, be careful: even cutting the flower in a container with water is toxic!

Cleander

We often encounter this harmful plant on the balconies and terraces of Quebec. A few leaves will be enough for digestive, nervous, and cardiac disorders, which can cause the death of your animal.

Geraniums

These beautiful, diverse flowers contain two types of alcohol that can be very irritating to the digestive system of dogs and cats.

Rhododendron

Dogs, cats, birds, and animals could suffer from muscle, heart, and digestive problems if they swallow this magenta flower.

Daffodil

The insects of this bright yellow flora can cause abdominal and kidney complications in dogs and cats.

Hyacinthus

These are blue bulbs, which, when eaten in abundance, will strike the mouth and throat of your insane companions.

IN THE HOUSE

Crassula (jade plant)

This succulent can sting the skin after much disclosure, but can also cause diarrhea and vomiting.

Ficus

For some reason, this plant is very harmful to cats. Its fluid could cause intestinal problems, facial edema, and kidney problems.

lily

All plants in the lily family do harm to dogs. Avoid anxieties about tasting them: serious irritations around the mouth could develop in addition to those suffering from successive digestive disorders.

Araceae (Dieffenbachia, Philodendron, Monstera)

If ingested, these popular green plants will harm the health of all animals, including birds.

Poinsettias

The leaves of this plant are red and green. It will cause digestive problems and absorption skin irritations to anger your companions.

Aloe

Amazing aloe gel in dogs and cats can cause nervous system and digestive disorders.

Before you buy a plant, you should always check lest there is a danger to your safety or the companion of a feathered furnace.

If you notice your animal has spread, get to know it and reach out to your veterinarian as soon as possible. A professional will be able to administer treatment that will hopefully lessen the symptoms of trouble.

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