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    DefaultPoisonous outside plants.

    Has anyone ever had their dog get ahold of any? we have a hydrangea (sp?) beside our porch. I posted this morning that my girl Corona peed in our bed last night and I fould Diarrhea on the porch this morning from last night when she was last out. I noticed yesterday taht she had bit off a couple of blooms from the flower. I'm hoping she didn't but think she may of ate one.
    Any info of any kind is welcomed!! thank you!

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    DefaultRe: Poisonous outside plants.

    Not personally.
    I found this list from the ASPCA it does not list the hydrangea but it says it's not all inclusive either.
    http://www.aspca.org/site/DocServer/...dInterest=1101
    This site also has a good list but I don't see the hydrangea on it either
    http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/dogs/index.html
    <br />Barbara, Mocha, Zeus, &amp; Smeagol

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    DefaultRe: Poisonous outside plants.

    Quote Originally Posted by bacatherine
    Not personally.
    I found this list from the ASPCA it does not list the hydrangea but it says it's not all inclusive either.
    http://www.aspca.org/site/DocServer/...dInterest=1101
    This site also has a good list but I don't see the hydrangea on it either
    http://www.ansci.cornell.edu/plants/dogs/index.html
    I am at the same ASPCA site and found the opposite.
    http://www.aspca.org/site/PageServer...oxic_hydrangea

    Common Name: Hydrangea
    Scientific Name: Hydrangea macrophylla
    Family: Saxifragaceae
    Toxic Principle: cyanogenic glycoside
    Clinical signs: vomiting, depression, anorexia, diarrhea, increase in heartrate, increase in body temperature.
    Kim

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