Sharing your food with your pet may seem like a wonderful bonding experience but you could be putting your pet in danger by doing so. It is also important to keep certain plants out of their reach. Here you will find a list of plants and foods to keep away from your pet.
A list of common plant s that may be harmful to your pets:
Azalea • Rhododendron (Rhododendron species) • Digitalis • Oleander • Foxglove • Certain milkweeds • Castor beans • Cycad Palms (Cycas, Zamia) • Lilies (all species) • Rhubarb • Hydrangea • Poinsettia • Poison Ivy • Mistletoe • Marijuana • Tobacco
A list of common foods that may be harmful to your pets:
Acetaminophen (Tylenol) • Alcoholic beverages • Apple seeds • Apricot seeds • Antifreeze • Avocado • Broccoli (no more then 10 % of diet) • Bones (raw meaty bones and chicken bones) • Cherry pits • Chocolate (all forms) • Coffee (all forms) • Fatty foods • Hops (used in home brewery) • Liver (in large quantities) • Macadamia nuts • Milk and Milk products (50% of dogs are lactose intolerant) • Moldy or spoiled foods • Mushroom plants • Mustard seeds • Nutmeg • Onions, onion powder • Peach pits • Pips (found in seeds of apples, pears, plums, peaches, apricots—all contain Arsenic) • Potato leaves and stems (green parts) • Raw eggs • Raw meat/poultry (bacteria) • Raisins and grapes • Rodenticides • Rhubarb leaves • Salt • Yeast dough • Tea (caffeine) • Garlic • Tomato leaves and stems (green parts) • Tobacco • Walnuts • Products sweetened with Xylitol
For a complete list of dangerous plants, foods, and other substances visit the link below:
ASPCA poison control center