Garlic

Salt
Tea leaves
Coffee
Alcoholic beverages
Raw yeast dough
Spoiled food
Fatty foods


DANGEROUS HOUSEHOLD PLANTS

 Ingesting these can be dangerous for your pet.

  

ATTENTION PET OWNERS:


The holidays can be a dangerous time for your pets. 

Awareness of dangers can help prevent problems.

O-Z


Oleander
Panda
Peace Lily
Philodendron
Poison Hemlock
Precatory Bean (rosary bean)
Privet
Red Emerald
Rhododendron
Ribbon Plant
Sago Palm
Satin Pothos
Schefflera
Striped Dracaena
Sweetheart Ivy
Tulip
Water Hemlock
Wisteria
Yew

G-N


Glacier Ivy
Gladiolas
Gold dust Dracaena
Golden Pothos

Heavenly Bamboo
Honeysuckle
Hurricane Plant
Hyacinth
Hydrangea

Iris
Jerusalem Cherry
Jimson Weed
Kalanchoe
All Lilium species
Lily of the Valley
Lupine
Marble Queen
Morning Glory
Mother-in-Law
Mountain Laurel
Narcissus
Needlepoint Ivy
Nephthysis
Nightshade


  A-C


  Aloe
  Amaryllis
  Andromeda Japonica
  Asian Lily
  Asparagus Fern
  Australian Nut
  Autumn Crocus
  Azalea
  Belladonna
  Bird of Paradise
  Bittersweet
  Black Locust (tree)
  Branching Ivy
  Buckeye (tree)
  Buddhist Pine
  Caladium
  Calla Lily
  Castor Bean
  Clematis
  Cordatum
  Corn Plant
  Cycads
  Cyclamen


Festive plants such as Poinsettia
Christmas trees
Light strands
Tree water
Ornaments
Decoration hooks
Tinsel
Ribbons

​Styrofoam


Fireplaces

Fire
Balloons
Confetti
Flowers
Fake grass
Candles
Turkey bones
Hot containers

 

  HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
 

 



  Acetaminophen
  Aspirin
  Detergents
  Flea & tick products
  Ibuprofen
  Mothballs
  Rodent bait
  Tobacco products


ENVIRONMENTAL

INFO.

YOU CAN USE

D-F


Calla Lily
Castor Bean
Clematis
Cordatum
Corn Plant
Cycads
Cyclamen
Daffodil
Daylily
Devil’s Ivy
Dieffenbachia
Dumbcane
Easter Lily
Elephant Ears
Emerald Fern
English Ivy
Eucalyptus
Ferns
Fiddle-head Philodendron
Florida Beauty
Foxglove

 

  OUTSIDE THE HOME

 



  Antifreeze/coolant
  Cocoa mulch
  Non pet-safe de-icing salts
  Gasoline
  Oil
  Pools & hot tubs

Here is a partial list of potential hazards from the publication

“101 Things You Didn’t Know Could Harm Your Pet,” from the ASPCA.

Some could poison a pet, some could result in the need for surgery, and some could kill.

HOLIDAY HAZARDS

​​​​​​​ONECHELTENHAM.ORG

HARMFUL FOODS

In case you missed them - Earlier Environmental Info. You Can Use Pages

by Judith Gratz, Environmental Education Specialist


     OBJECTS

 



  Sharp objects
  Batteries
  Twist ties
  Rubber bands
  Jewelry
  Plastic wrap
  Yarn, needles thread
  Electrical cords
  Wax


Chocolate (Different types

have different levels of toxicity)
Xylitol (a sweetener)
Grapes
Raisins
Macadamia nuts
Avocados
Onions



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