ambyrrox asked in PetsDogs · 1 decade ago

What other than chocolate and pills what are poisonus to dogs?

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    This is just a partial list:

    Sugarless Candies

    Salmon

    Alcohol

    Onions and Garlic

    Grapes and raisins

    Iron

    Various Chemicals

    Mushroom

    Napthalene or mothballs in vacuum bag

    Holiday decorations and plants

    Antifreeze Poisoning from Ethylene Glycol

    Sugar

    Organophosphate poisoning or White Shaker dog syndrome

    Broccoli

    Chocolate

    Lead

    PLANTS

    Bulbs: Amaryllis, Autumn Crocus, Daffodil, Day Lily, Elephant Ears, Gladiolas, Hyacinth, Iris, Lily of the Valley, Narcissus, Orange Day Lily, Tulip

    Ferns: Aparagus Fern, Australian Nut, Emerald Feather (aka Emerald Fern), Emerald Fern (aka Emerald Feather), Lace Fern, Plumosa Fern

    Flowering Plants: Cyclamen, Hydrangea, Kalanchoe, Poinsettia

    Garden Perennials: Charming Diffenbachia, Christmas Rose, Flamingo Plant, Foxglove, Marijuana, Morning Glory, Nightshade, Onion, Tomato Plant, Tropic Snow Dumbcane

    House Plants: Ceriman (aka Cutleaf Philodendron), Chinese Evergreen, Cordatum, Corn Plant (aka Cornstalk Plant), Cutleaf Philodendron (aka Ceriman), Devil's Ivy, Dumb Cane, Golden Pothos, Green Gold Nephthysis, Marble Queen, Mauna Loa Peace Lily, Nephthytis, Peace Lily, Red-Margined Dracaena, Striped Dracaena, Taro Vine, Warneckei Dracaena

    Lillies: Asian Lily (liliaceae), Easter Lily, Glory Lily, Japanese Show Lily, Red Lily, Rubrum Lily, Stargazer Lily, Tiger Lily, Wood Lily

    Shrubs: Cycads, Heavenly Bamboo, Holly, Jerusalem Cherry, Mistletoe "American", Oleander, Precatory Bean, Rhododendron, Saddle Leaf Philodendron, Sago Palm, Tree Philodendron, Yucca

    Succulents: Aloe (Aloe Vera)

    Trees: Avocado, Buddist Pine, Chinaberry Tree, Japanese Yew (aka Yew), Lacy Tree, Macadamia Nut, Madagascar Dragon Tree, Queensland Nut, Schefflera, Yew (aka Japanese Yew)

    Vines: Branching Ivy, English Ivy, European Bittersweet, Glacier Ivy, Hahn's self branching English Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy

    Misc/Uncategorized: American Bittersweet, Andromeda Japonica, Azalea, Bird of Paradise, Buckeye, Caladium hortulanum, Calla Lily, Castor Bean, Clematis, Fiddle-Leaf Philodendron, Florida Beauty, Fruit Salad Plant, Golden Dieffenbachia, Gold Dust Dracaena, Heartleaf Philodendron, Horsehead Philodendron, Hurricane Plant, Mexican Breadfruit, Mother-in-law, Panda, Philodendron Pertusum, Red Emerald, Red Princess, Ribbon Plant, Satin Pothos, Spotted Dumb Cane, Sweetheart Ivy, Swiss Cheese Plant, Variable Dieffenbachia, Variegated Philodendron, Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow

  • 1 decade ago

    1. Chocolate especially the pure unsweetened chocolate

    2. Cleaners

    3. Certain plants

    4. Pesticides

    5. Paints

    6. Anti-freeze

    7. Table Scraps. This won't kill your animal quickly, but overall in the long term is not good for their diet. NOTE: you should ALWAYS wash your hands after handling dog chews and bones because they contain salmonella.

    Many human drugs and supplements are poisonous to dogs. Dogs may inadvertently eat these medications, or they may be erroneously given to dogs by owners in an attempt to treat certain conditions. Always keep medications, drugs, vitamins, supplements, and nutraceuticals out of the reach of children and pets. Never give a human medication to a dog unless directed by a veterinarian, and always give it at the advised dosage.

    Articles:

    * Acetaminophen

    * Amphetamine

    * Antihistamines and Decongestants

    * Aspirin

    * Cocaine

    * Iron

    * Marijuana

    * Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)

    * Sodium Phosphate Enemas

    * Tricyclic Antidepressants

    * Zinc

    Many household products can be toxic to dogs. A dog may be exposed to a product while it is being used, or because it was stored improperly and the dog or puppy gained access to it. Always store cleaning products, and the other items listed below, out of the reach of children and pets.

    Articles:

    * Acids

    * Alkalis (Corrosives)

    * Antifreeze Poisoning

    * Arsenic

    * Borate

    * Bleach

    * Button Battery Ingestion

    * Citrus Oils

    * Detergents

    * Ethylene Glycol

    * Iron

    * Isopropanol

    * Kerosene and Gasoline

    * Lead

    * Mercury Exposure: Health Concerns, Clean-up, and Disposal

    * Metaldehyde

    * Moth Balls

    * Phenol and Phenolic Compounds

    * Pine Oils

    * Zinc

    Insecticides, rodenticides, and other pesticides are designed to kill certain types of animals. Many of the ingredients in these products can also kill or make a dog or puppy seriously ill. Always read and carefully follow directions before applying any product to your dog. If using insecticides, pesticides, or rodenticides (rat poisons) in the environment, restrict the dog's access to areas where they have been applied or used. Store these products out of the reach of children and pets.

    Articles:

    * Amitraz

    * Anticoagulant Rodenticide

    * Arsenic

    * Borate

    * Bromethalin

    * Cholecalciferol or Vitamin D Rodenticides

    * DEET

    * Ivermectin (Avermectins)

    * Organophosphates and Carbamates

    * Pyrethrin

    * Rotenone

    * Strychnine

    * Zinc-containing Rodenticides

    Common food items can be poisonous to dogs and puppies, sometimes in very small amounts. Food items, especially those listed below, should not be given to dogs, and should be stored out of their reach. Care should be taken while preparing and serving foods to assure a dog will not be tempted to "taste test" them.

    Articles:

    * Chocolate and Caffeine

    * Foods to Avoid

    * Garbage Intoxication/Food Poisoning

    * Grapes/Raisins

    * Macadamia Nuts

    * Mushroom

    * Onion and Garlic

    Plants Which Are Potentially Poisonous

    Veterinary & Aquatic Services Department, Drs. Foster & Smith, Inc.

    A-B

    Aloe Vera

    Amaryllis

    Apple (seeds)

    Apricot (pit)

    Arrowhead

    Asparagus Fern

    Avocado

    Autumn Crocus

    Azalea

    Baneberry

    Begonia

    Bird of Paradise

    Black Locust

    Black Walnut

    Bleeding Heart

    Boston Ivy

    C

    Caladium

    California Poppy

    Calla Lily

    Carnation

    Castor Bean

    Ceriman

    Cherry (seeds, wilting leaves, and pit)

    Chinese Evergreen

    Chives

    Christmas Rose

    Chrysanthemum

    Clematis

    Corn Plant

    Crocus

    Croton

    Crown of Thorns

    Crown Vetch

    Cyclamen

    D-F

    Daffodil

    Delphinium

    Devil's Ivy

    Dicentra

    Dieffenbachia

    Donkey Tail

    Dumb Cane

    Dutchman's Breeches

    Easter Lily

    Elderberry

    Elephant Ears

    English Ivy

    Eucalyptus

    Fiddle-leaf Fig

    Florida Beauty

    Four O'Clock

    Foxglove

    Foxtail

    Fruit Salad Plant

    G-I

    German Ivy

    Gladiola

    Hemlock

    Holly

    Honeysuckle

    Hurricane Plant

    Hyacinth

    Hydrangea

    Iris

    Ivy

    J-L

    Jack in the Pulpit

    Japanese Yew

    Jerusalem Cherry

    Jimson Weed

    Jonquil

    Kalanchoe

    Lamb's quarter

    Lantana

    Larkspur

    Laurel

    Lily

    Lily of the Valley

    Lobelia

    Locoweed

    Lords-and-Ladies

    Lupine

    M-N

    Marigold (Marsh Marigold)

    Marijuana

    Mayapple

    Mexican Breadfruit

    Milkweed

    Mistletoe

    Monkshood

    Morning Glory

    Mother-in-Law plant

    Mother-in-Law's Tongue

    Mountain Laurel

    Mushrooms

    Narcissus

    Nephthytis

    Nightshade

    O-P

    Oak Tree (buds and acorns)

    Oleander

    Onion

    Peace Lily

    Peach (wilting leaves and pits)

    Pencil Tree

    Philodendron

    Pigweed

    Poinsettia

    Poison Ivy

    Poison Hemlock

    Poison Oak

    Poison Sumac

    Poppy

    Potato (all green parts)

    Pothos

    Precatory Bean

    Q-S

    Rhododendron

    Rhubarb

    Ribbon Cactus

    Rubber Tree

    Sago Palm

    Schefflera

    Shamrock Plant

    Snake Plant

    Snow on the Mountain

    Sorghum

    Star of Bethlehem

    Stinging Nettle

    Stinkweed

    Swiss Cheese Plant

    T-V

    Taro Vine

    Toadstools

    Tobacco

    Tomato Plant (entire plant except ripe fruit)

    Umbrella Tree

    W-Z

    Water Hemlock

    Weeping Fig

    Wisteria

    Yew

    Source(s): peteducation.com from Doctors Foster and Smith
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I would agree with everything except this:

    7. Table Scraps. This won't kill your animal quickly, but overall in the long term is not good for their diet.

    Table scraps are usually left over food which is unfit for human consumption and in this case do not give to your dog. However people food depending on what you give is better for your dog than kibble and will extend your dogs life.

    The best thing for your dog is raw meat and food. There are even special diets which are all raw which you can buy in certain parts of the country. I plan on feeding them once they are available where I live.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Onions

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    don't give a dog onions, and some dogs are bad with carrots, but only some. Also, make sure you get the right kind of pig ear treats.

  • 1 decade ago

    Coffee. The caffeine levels are too high and can kill a dog.

  • Soap, muriatic acid, bleach.

  • 1 decade ago

    some lawn chemicals...antifreeze is VERY dangerous.It's sweet to them but it shuts down thier kidney functioning.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Poinsettia plants and other plants are poisonous

  • 1 decade ago

    glycol in anti-freeze very sweet so do not leave lying around

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