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Poisonous Plants to Pet Small Animals

Poisonous Plants to Pet Small Animals

The following are plants that are harmful to small animals. If you are unsure of what any of these plants look like, pictures can be found in books from your local library or on the web, or ask for advice and a leaflet from one of the Scampers Pet Care Advisors.

Amongst the most poisonous are species such as: Anemone, azalea, bittersweet, bryony, caladium, cyclamen, columbine, dog mercury, figwort, deadly nightshade, woody nightshade, poppies, ragwort, buttercups, daffodils, bluebells, foxglove, hemlock, spurges, kingcup, marsh marigold, monkshood, meadow saffron, mistletoe, St. Johns wort, Leylandi cypress, fools parsley and hellebore.

Your garden may also contain cultivated plants that may cause illness such as: Dahlias, lupins, chrysanthemums, delphinium, lily of the valley, tulips, iris, morning glory, antirrhinums, lobelia, fig, Jerusalem cherry, juniper, hyacinth, privet, yew, laburnum, lords and ladies, ivy, philodendron, rhododendron, wisteria, clematis, holly and most evergreen trees.

To see our full range of Supreme Petfoods Small Animal Premium Foods, treats and toys pop into Scampers on the A142 Soham By Pass, between Ely and Newmarket and speak to one of the Scampers Pet Care Advisors.

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