From The Planter To The Carpet: Toxic Plants

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For curious dogs or cats, it's difficult to resist the allure of plants. While many plants are simple gastrointestinal irritants, some have the potential to cause life-threatening toxicosis so it is helpful for clinicians to be familiar with common plants of concern. Plants that are discussed in this lecture include common backyard and house plants such as philodendrons, poinsettias, lilies (Lilium spp. and Hemerocallis spp.), foxglove, oleander, Lily of the Valley, kalanchoes, rhododendrons and azaleas, cycad/sago palms, spring bulbs (tulip, daffodil, etc.), and more!


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