Poisonous to dogs

Poisonous to dogs

Below list includes some food products, plants and other substances which jeopardise our dogs’ health indirectly and directly. Please note: The chart is neither complete nor a medical advice. Please contact your veterinarian or other qualified personnel for more information.

Poisonous to dogs: Plants
Poisonous to dogs: human nutrition

 Poisonous to dogs: other substances

  • Cyclamen
 
  • Alcohol (food/ drinks/ medicine
  • Fuel
  • Azalea
 
  • Peanuts
  • Antifreeze fluid
  • Brunfelsia
 
  • Raisins
  • Petroleum
  • Primula
 
  • Salt
  • Cleaning agent
  • Sansevieria

 
  • Chocolate and cocoa
  • Tobacco (Buts of cigarettes)
  • Buchs
 
  • Raw pig meat (Pseudorabies – not possible in Germany due to legal regulations, but it should not be given to dogs)
  • Turpentine
  • Dieffenbachia
 
  • Walnuts
  • Toilet cleaner
  • Dracaena
     
  • Lycopodium
    Poisonous to dogs: Vegetables/ Fruits
 
  • Taxaceae
     
  • Spathiphyllum
 
  • Aubergines, Tomatoes and other solanaceous herb
 
  • Monstera
 
  • Avocado
 
  • Ficus (figs)
 
  • Bear’s garlic and garlic
 
  • Anthurium (tailflower)
 
  • Fruit stones
 
  • Laburnum (Golden Chain)
 
  • Raw potatoes
 
  • Rubber plant
 
  • Onions
 
  • Hortensia
     
  • Clivia
     
  • Erythrina
     
  • Garden croton
     
  • Lily of the Valley
     
  • Viscum (mistletoe)
     
  • Nerium oleander
     
  • Philodendron
     
  • Rhododendron
     
  • Metroxylon sagu (true sago palm)
     
  • Belladonna
     
  • Poinsettia
     
  • Yucca
     
  • Zantedeschia (Calla)
     
     
         

 

In case your dog behaves very unusual and you assume a case of poisoning please visit our First Aid page.