List of Foods You Should Not Feed To Your Dog (from the Pet Education.com Website)
Alcoholic Beverages                                                            Baby Food                         
Bones from fish, poultry or other meat sources                    Cat food                     
Chocolate, coffee, tea and other caffeine                             Citrus oil extracts
Fat trimmings                                                                      Grapes and raisins
Hops                                                                                   Human vitamin supplements containing iron
Large amounts of liver                                                         Macadamia nuts
Marijuana                                                                            Milk and other dairy products
Moldy or spoiled food, garbage                                           Mushrooms
Onions and garlic (raw, cooked or powder)                          Persimmons
Pits from peaches and plums                                              Potato, rhubarb, tomato leaves
Potato and tomato stems                                                     Raw eggs
Raw fish                                                                              Salt
String                                                                                  Sugary foods
Table (scraps in large amounts)                                           Tobacco
Yeast dough
Sugarless chewing gum is dangerous click here for information on Xylitol
from the Animal Poison Control Center website
                                                               Ten Most Common Poisonous Plants
Marijuana                          Sago Palm                           Lilies                                  Tulips/Narcissus Bulbs      Azalea/Rhododendron       Oleander                             Castor Bean                       Cyclamen  
Kalanchoe                         Yew                                     Poinsettias
from the Poomixrescue website
1. What plants are toxic to pets?

Cardiotoxic plants: (affect the heart)
Convallaria Majalis - Lily of the Valley,  Nerium oleande - Oleander,  Rhododendron species - Rhododendron Azalea and Rosebay,
Digitalis purpurea - Foxglove,  Kalanchoe spp. - Kalanchoe (a flowering houseplant)

Plants that could cause kidney failure:
Lilies (Lilium and Hemerocallis species, in cats only),  Rhubarb (Rheum species) (leaves only),  Shamrock (oxalis species)

Plants or fungi that could cause liver failure:

Cycads (Cycad species such as Sago Palm),  Mushroom (Amanita phalloides)

Plants that could cause multiple effects:

Autumn Crocus (Colchicum species) (Hemorrhagic gastroenterities, renal, liver damage and bone marrow suppression)
Castor Bean (Ricinus species) (Can cause renal failure, liver failure, convulsions and death)
Fungi (Mushrooms)  ALWAYS assume that any ingested mushroom is highly toxic until a mycologist positively identifies it.  Toxic and non-toxic mushrooms can grow in the same are.
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