Poisonous Plants which may Harm your Husky

by Kevin Stard | Last Updated: 19.01.2021

Siberian Huskies and other breeds of Sled Dog are naturally curious animals. Left to their own devices, Huskies and Sled Dogs will often investigate plants and fixtures in the garden, digging them up, chewing them, and getting into all sorts of mischief.

Unfortunately, all too often Huskies and Sled Dogs come across plants and substances that are potentially harmful to them. This can often lead to suffering on the dog’s part, heartbreak for owners, and expensive vet bills.

As a dog owner, you should make sure that any areas of your garden to which your pet has access are free from poisonous plants, chemicals and other substances. For an in-depth look at dog-safe gardening, try the website Dogs In The Garden.

While there are some plants that dog owners should avoid, there are many dog-friendly plants that you can safely grow in your garden (although keeping them intact when there are Huskies about is always a challenge!)

Below is a list of a list of plants and substances to be avoided. Again, for a full and detailed list, try the ‘plants’ pages of the website Dogs In The Garden.

Some Garden Plants that might be Dangerous for Dogs