Toxic to the dog
Below is a selection of the most common causes of poisoning in dogs and the corresponding symptoms. The list is not exhaustive!
It is highly advisable to consult your veterinarian if intoxication is suspected. Because once rather unnecessarily, than too once late.
Aspirin ( acetylsalicylic acid ) - subsequent organ damage, lethal at high doseParacetamol - stomach bleeding, fatigue, liver damageIbuprofen - clouding of consciousness, increased water intake, increased urine output, vomitingDiclofenac - bleeding, vomiting, diarrhea, emaciationOnions (N- propyldisulphide) - anemiaGarlic (allicin) - anemiaAvocado - damage to the heart muscle(Dark) chocolate ( theobromine ) - excitement, baking chocolate can be lethal in small dosesAntifreeze (ethylene glycol) - thirst, fainting, kidney damageSalt - to spicy foods: thirst, vomiting, diarrhea, colic, muscle twitching, seizures - and even deathAlcohol - vomiting, incoordination, difficulty breathing, coma - and even deathCoffee (caffeine) - differentTea (caffeine, theophylline) - differentNicotine - excitationMacadamia nuts - stiff gait, liver damageFruit stones (peach, apricot, plum) - respiratory arrestGrapes / raisins - acute renal failureIce candies, sweets with sugar substitute and Toothpaste (Xylitol) - liver damage, hypoglycemiaStrychnyn (possibly in prey) - generalized hypersensitivity (light, noise, etc. )Thallium (formerly used for decontamination, long-term accumulation in soils) - chronic -> hair lossCoumarin (rat poison, but in small doses in cinnamon , strawberries, etc.) - increased bleedingSlug pellets (usually metaldehyde) - dilated eyes, staggering, convulsions, vomitingDiffenbachie - mucosal swelling , blisters, ulcers, kidney damage, eye damage, loss of voice, deadly even in small dosesDragon Tree, Dragon Lily - gastrointestinal complaintIvy - general symptomatologyFicusBenjaminus - general symptomatologyPine needles - Kidney and liver damageChristmas Star - lethal even in small dosesAmaryllis - even in small doses lethal (especially the bulb)Azalea - general symptomatologyBoxwood - first excitement, then blood pressure- loweringBegonia - vomiting, diarrheaMountain Laurel- salivation, vomiting, diarrhea, colic, loss of appetite, incoordination, weakness, muscle twitchingMonkshood - vomiting, diarrhea, colic , excessive urination , arrhythmia , hypothermiaAngel's Trumpet - vomiting, diarrhea, enlargement of the pupil of the eye, cardiac arrhythmia, dry mucous membranes, agitation, depression, difficulty swallowingHolly - highly toxicYew - cardiac arrestFingerhut - cardiac arrestLaburnum - respiratory arrestLily of the Valley - cardiac arrestHyacinth - vomiting, colic, diarrheaElderberry - respiratory arrestOleander - cardiac arrestCyclamen - vomiting, diarrhea, colic, circulatory disorders, convulsion , respiratory paralysisSaponins - central nervous systemRhododendron - general symptomatology