Other (P Named) Toxic Plants

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OTHER POSSIBLE (P NAMED) POISONOUS PLANTS

Painted Buckeye
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Painted Nettle
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C
Panda
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C

Pansy/Violet
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C
Partridge Pea
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C
Paw Paw
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C
Peace Lily
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C
Peegee Hydrangea
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C
Pencil Tree
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C
Pencil Cactus
(Euphorbia offinalia)
A.K.A
Crown of Thorns
C
Toxic Principle:
Latex (Sap)
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C
Pepper Face
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C
Pernettya
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C
Persian Violet
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C
Peruvian Lily
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Pickaback Plant
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C
Pigeonberry

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C
Piggyback Plant
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C
Pigskin Poison Puffball
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C
Pin Cherry
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C
Pineapple
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C
Pinkroot
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C
Plumbago
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C
Plumosa Fern
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C
Poinciana
(Poinciana gilliesli)
A.K.A

Peacock Flower, Bird of Paridise,  Barbados Pride, Pride of Barbados
C
Toxic Principle:
GI Irriants
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C
Poison Fool’s Parsley
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C
Poison Paxillus

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C
Poke
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C
Popcorn Tree
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C
Pot
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C
Powder Puff Lily
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C
Precatory Bean
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C
Prickly Pear Cactus
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C
Prickly Poppy
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C
Pride of Barbados
(Poinciana gilliesli)
A.K.A
Peacock Flower, Bird of Paridise,  Barbados Pride, Poinciana
C
Toxic Principle:
GI Irriants
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C
Purple Queen Tradescantia
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C
Purple Seasbane
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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

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