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Common harmful products, foods and objects

As your pet is busy enjoying life, you must be aware of those potential hazards that could injure or harm your dog. Prevent accidents from happening. Remember pets are persistent and can get into areas that are restricted.

If your pet does get into potential poison, contact your veterinarian or poison control center.

ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center: 1-800-426-4435

Harmful Household Products

Harmful Household products
  • Human and veterinary drugs (flea and tick products)
  • Pest products (rat poison, pest baits)
  • Cleaning products and room fresheners
  • Solvents, paint thinners and adhesives
  • Tobacco products
  • Stagnant water
  • Automobile products (antifreeze and windshield fluid)
  • BBQ grill (ashes, charcoal and lighter fluids)
  • De-icing chemicals
  • Moldy compost and cocoa bean shell mulch
  • Lawn care products (plant fertilizers and weed control)
Harmful Household outdoor products

Harmful Household Objects

  • Plants including: aloe, azalea, clematis, daffodil, lily, fern, dracaena, hydrangea, philodendron, hyacinth, poinsettia, yew, rhododendron
  • Plant bulbs, berries, pine needles, leaves and buds
  • Sharp objects (scissors, knives, nails, pins)
  • String (floss, thread, ribbon, yarn)
  • Small items (buttons, twist ties, coins, q-tips, paper clips, rubber bands)
  • Batteries
  • Candles
  • Harmful Household objects
  • Electrical cords
  • Small toys and balloons
  • Hot food containers
  • Holiday decorations (fake grass, angel hair, tinsel, ornaments, and hooks)
  • Styrofoam

Harmful Foods

  • Avocados
  • Chocolate
  • Coffee and tea
  • Onions and garlic (including powder)
  • Grapes and raisins
  • Harmful Foods
  • Macadamia nuts
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Raw yeast dough
  • Foods sweetened with xylitol (gum and candy)
  • Spoiled, fatty or salty foods
  • Bones (cooked and poultry)
We promise to take good of your pet always have you and your petís interest at heart. Whether your pet is just having an annual checkup or requires major surgery, you can count on our veterinarians and staff to give your pet the best possible care using the most advanced technology and equipment. We are dedicated to treating animals and look forward to working with you in caring for your pet!

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