Other (S Named) Toxic Plants

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OTHER POSSIBLE (S NAMED) POISONOUS PLANTS

Saddle Leaf Philodendron
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Sago Palm
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Sassafrass
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Sassy Jack
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Satian Pothos
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Scootberry
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Sea Daffodil
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Sea Onion
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Sedum
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Shamrock
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Sheep Laurel
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Sheep Sorrel

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Shell Flower
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Shell Ginger
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Shoofly Plant
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Shrubby Yew
(Podocarpus)
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Siberian Squill
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Sicklepod
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Silky Oak
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Silver Pothos
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Slipper Flower
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Small Leaved Rubberplant
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Snakeplant
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Snakeberry
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Sneezeweed

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Snow Berry
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Snowdrops
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Soapberry
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Soapwort

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Solomans Seal
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Sorrel
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Sowbread
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Spathe Flower
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Spider Lily
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Spinach
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Spindel Tree

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Split Leaf Philodendron
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Spotted Cowbane
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Spotted Dumb Cane

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Spotted Laurel
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Spottted Water Hemlock
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Spurge Laurel
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Spurge Nettle

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Spurge
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Squaw Weed
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Staggerweed
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Solomans Seal
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Star Leaf
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Stargazer Lily
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Stinging Nettle
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Stinking Cedar
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Stinking Hellebore
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Stinkweed
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Stonecrop
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Strawberry Bush
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Strawberry Tomato
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Striped Dracaena
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Sudan Grass
(Sorgum)
All Parts Poisonous
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Sulfur Tuft
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Summer Pheasant
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Supplejack

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Swamp Laurel
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Sweet Bubby Bush
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Sweet Cherry
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Sweetheart Ivy
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Sweet Shrub
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Swiss Cheese Plant
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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