Pet Info

Household Hazards

This article appears courtesy of Dr Kim Kendall
East Chatswood Cat Clinic
329 Penshurst St. Willoughby NSW 2068
Ph 02 9417 6613 (24 hours)

http://www.catclinic.com.au

Domestic hazards can be found

Intoxication can result from

Never give human medications to pets
without checking with your veterinary surgeon

Garden hazards include

Pets can become intoxicated by certain animals

Pets can also become intoxicated by certain plants

Amaryllis

Emerald Duke

Nephthytis

Annum

English and Glacier Ivy

Oleander

Azaleas

Foxglove

Parlour Ivy

Bird of Paradise

Heartleaf

Philodendron

Boston Ivy

HolIy

Pine needles

Buttercup

Hyacinth

Poinsettia

Cacti (Physical spines)

Hydrangea

Poth/os

Calla Lilly

Impatiens

Pot Mum

Christmas Rose

Iris

Red Princess

Chrysantheum

Ivy (Hedera)

Rhododendron

Clematis

Jade Tree

Saddleleaf

Common/Cherry Laurel

Jerusalem Cherry

Schefflera

Caladium

Larkspur

Snowdrop

Creeping Charlie

Lily of the Valley

Spider Mum

Creeping Fig

Marijuana

Sprengeri Fern

Crown of Thorns

Majesty

Sweet Pea

Crocus. Daphne

Marble Queen

Tulip

Daffodil. Delphinium

Mistletoe

Umbrella Plant

Dumb Cane

Morning Glory

Weeping Fig

Easter Lily

Mushrooms

Wisteria

Elephant Ears

 

 

If you have any further questions please contact BHVG on (02) 4448 5621