Feb 24, 2011 ... Though they have a bad rap, poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) plants are only
mildly toxic to cats and dogs.
Poinsettias are only mildly toxic to cats and dogs. Medical treatment is rarely
necessary, but if you think your pet has been poisoned, call your vet or ...
There are some types of decorative plants that are toxic to dogs and cats. ... The
poinsettia plant's brightly colored leaves contain a sap that is irritating to the ...
When the holiday season rolls around, you often hear people worrying about
buying a poinsettia plant out of fear that they are poisonous to cats—but is this ...
Poinsettia. Scientific Name: Euphorbia pulcherrima. Family: Euphorbiaceae.
Toxicity: Toxic to Dogs, Toxic to Cats. Toxic Principles: Irritant Sap (latex).
It's possible that poinsettias get the bummest rap in all of the plant world. They?ve
got a bad-girl reputation as deadly beauties, but is the ubiquitous holiday plant ...
Dec 17, 2014 ... For many years I'd been fighting the rumor that poinsettias were deadly to dogs
and cats. The “killer-poinsettia” myth apparently started back in ...
Pets that ingest poinsettias generally have no clinical signs or mild
gastrointestinal ... may occur, but natural trees are generally non-toxic for cats
Every holiday, parents worry about their little ones eating poinsettia leaves. But
eating this plant isn't as bad as you might think.