Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic

2826 HWY 2
Bowmanville, ON L1C 3K5

(905)623-4431

www.bowmanvilleveterinaryclinic.com

Toxic Plants for Rabbits

Poisonous plants may vary between different species. Do not assume if one animal can eat a certain plant without problems that another animal can.  Restrict your pets access to any questionable plants. Never hesitate to seek medical attention if a person or animal has ingested a poisonous substance. This may not be a complete list but it is a list of the most common known toxic plants. If you have any concerns, please contact the clinic.

Agave(leaves)

Amaryllis (bulbs)

Apple (seeds)

Azalea

Bird of Paradise (seeds)

Bloodroot

Buttercup (leaves)

Black Locust (seeds)

Boxwood (leaves/twigs)

Buckeye (seeds)

Buckthorn (berries)

Caladium

Calla (rhizome)

Castor Bean (seed)

Christmas Rose

Cone Flower

Crown of Thorns

Daffodil

Daphne

Delphinium

Dumbcane (Dieffenbachia)

Eggplant (plant)

Elderberry (unripe berries)

Elephant Ear

Flowering Tobacco

Foxglove

Holly (berries)

Horsechestnut (nuts)

Hyacinth

Iris

Ivy, Boston and English (berries)

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Jerusalem Cherry

Jimson Weed

Jonquil

Lantana

Larkspur

Lily-of-the-valley

Lupine

Mayapple

Mistletoe (berries)

Morning Glory (seeds)

Mustard (root)

Narcissus

Nicotiana

Nightshade

Oleander

Philodendron

Poison Hemlock

Poison Ivy

Potato (green)

Privet (berries)

Ranunculus

Rhododendron

Rhubarb (leaf blade)

Rosary Pea (seeds)

Snow-on-the-Mountain

Sweet Pea (seeds)

Sweet Potato

Skunk Cabbage

Tansy

Tomato (leaves)

Tulip

Virginia Creeper (berries)

Water Hemlock

Wisteria (seeds/pods)

Yew (berries)