Other (B Name) Toxic Plants

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OTHER POSSIBLE (B NAMED) 
POISONOUS PLANTS

Baby Rubber Plant
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C
Baby Doll Ti Plant
(Cordyline terminalis)
A.K.A
Ti-Plant, Good-Luck Plant and Hawaiian Ti Plant

Toxic Principle:
Saponins
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C
Baneberry
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C

Baptisia
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C
Barbados Aloe
(Aloe barbadensis)
A.K.A
Medicine Plant or True Aloe

Toxic Principle:
Lycorine and Alkaloid
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C
Barbados Lily
(Hippeastrum spp.)
A.K.A
Amaryllis, Fire Lily, Lily of the Palace, or Ridderstjerne

Toxic Principle:
Lycorine and Alkaloids
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C

Barbados Pride
(Caesalpinia pulcherrima)
A.K.A
Peacock Flower and Dwarf Poinciana

Toxic Principle:
GI Irritants, Tannins
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C
Basket Flower
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C
Barley
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C
Bayonet
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C
Bean Boad
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C
Bearsfoot hellebore
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C
Beargrass
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C
Beech
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C
Begonia
(Begonia spp.)

Toxic Principle:
Insoluble oxalates
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Belladona
(Atropa belladonna)
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C
Benjamin Tree
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C
Bergamot
(Citrus Aurantium)

Toxic Principle:
Essencial oils and psoralens
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C
Bitter Gourd
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C
Bishop’s Weed
(Ammi majus)
A.K.A
Greater Ammi or False Queen Anne’s Lace

Toxic Principle:
Insoluble calcium oxalates
______
C
Bitter Root
(Apocynum androsaemifolium)
A.K.A
Dogboe Hemp or Indian Hemp

Toxic Principle:
Cardenolides
______
C
Black Calla
(Arum palestinum)
A.K.A
Solomon’s Lily, Wild Calla and Wild Arum

Toxic Principle:
Insoluble calcium oxalates
______
CC
Black Cherry
_____
C
Black-eyed Susan

______
C
Black Henbane
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C
Black Jetbread
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C
Black Laurel
(Leucothoe davisiae)
A.K.A
Dog Hobble, Dog Laurel, Fetter Bush or  Sierra Laurel

Toxic Principle:
Grayanotoxins
______
C
Black Nightshade
 (Solanum nigrum)
A.K.A
the Nightshade or Deadly Nightshade

Toxic Principle:
Solanine, Saponins, Atropine like substances
______
C
Blackberry Lily
______
C
Black Walnut
(Juglans nigra)

Toxic Principle:
Unknown toxin present in mould that grows on nuts
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Blood Lily
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C
Blue Cohosh
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C
Blue Devil
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C
Blue Squill
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C
Bluebead Lily
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C
Bouncing-Bet
______
C
Box
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C
Box-thron
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C
Branching Ivy
(Hedera helix)
A.K.A
English Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Needkepoint Ivy, or California Ivy

 

Toxic Principle:
Triterpenoid saponins (hederagenin)A.K.A
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C
Bread Tree
(Melia azedarach)
A.K.A
China Ball Tree, Paradise Tree, Persian Lilac, White Cedar,
Japanese Bread Tree, Texas Umbrella Tree,
Pride-of India, or Chinaberry Tree

Toxic Principle:
Tetranortriterpenes (meliatoxins)
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C
Bread and Butter Plant
(Coleus ampoinicus)
A.K.A
Indian Borage, Spanish Thyme, Coleus, Maratha, Militini or East Indian Thyme

Toxic Principle:
Essencial oils
______
C
Broccoli
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C
Brunfelsia
(Brunfelsia spp.)
A.K.A
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Kiss-Me-Quick, Lady-of-the-Night,
Fransiscan Rain Tree

Toxic Principle:
Brunfelsamidine
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C
Buckwheat
(Fagopyrum spp.)

Toxic Principle:
Fagopyrin
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C
Buddist Pine
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C
Buffalo Nut
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C
Butterfly Weed
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C
C

Lone Star English Setter Club provides this information
as a partial reference of the potential poisons that could harm your dog.
We are not veterinarian’s and DO NOT provide medical help.

 If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance,
contact your local veterinarian or
the ASPCA’s 24-hour emergency poisoning hotline directly

 1-888-426-4435