What do autumn crocus, azalea, English ivy, and lilies have in common? They are all common plants that you can find in a typical household, backyard, or garden—and they are all highly poisonous to pet cats and dogs. Ingesting any of these plants, even in small amounts, can lead to serious and even fatal health problems for your pet. Keep these plants out of your home and yard if you own a pet, and contact a veterinarian right away if you believe that your pet has eaten from one of them.
For more information about potentially dangerous household plants, watch this helpful video from the ASPCA.
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