These Succulents Are Toxic To Pets

Many succulents are completely safe for your furry friends, but there are quite a few that can be poisonous if ingested. This list includes common succulents to avoid if you have cats or dogs.

While Aloe vera has many practical uses for people, it’s something you’ll want to be careful with around your pets. Some pets may have a mild reaction to eating it, while some may have extreme symptoms such as vomiting and diarrhea.

Aloe Vera

Most Kalanchoe plants can be quite toxic for cats and dogs, and Mother of Thousands is no exception. While eating the leaves can cause some discomfort for your animal, the flowers are much more toxic.

Mother of Thousands

Crassula ovata, or Jade Plant, is a classic plant that many people enjoy having in their homes. It is low maintenance and has a modern look and feel to it. However, if you have pets, you might want to keep this one up out of reach.

Crassula ovata

Snake Plant can cause a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms in your pet, so be sure to put it out of reach or don’t grow this succulent in your home.

Snake Plant

This beautiful blue-gray succulent is a unique twist on the traditional Jade plant. Much like it’s relative though, Silver Dollar Jade can be toxic to cats and dogs.

Crassula arborescens

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