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Toxins/Poisons

Below is a list of some of the items that are toxic or even lethal to your Rottweiler.  Keep these and all poisons out of reach from your dog and make sure they are inaccessible.  Know the signs of poisoning–trembling, drooling, vomiting and diarrhea and know your local poison-control center’s telephone number. 
FOOD
Chocolate (contains theobromine-potentially fatal for dogs; dark chocolate is the worst)
Coffee beans, and anything with Caffeine
Alcohol
The following are harmful in large quantities:  grapes, raisins, onions, broccoli, or garlic
Castor beans
Apricot seeds, peach and plum pits, apple seeds
Nutmeg
Sugarless gum and candies (containing xylitol)
 

PLANTS
Aloe vera
Asparagus fern
Azalea
Cactus
Daffodil
Deadly Nightshade
Dumbcane
Elephant’s Ear
Ficus
Foxglove
Holly
Honeysuckle
Horse Chestnut
Ivy
Japanese Yew
Jasmine
Lilies
Lily of the Valley
Marijuana
Mistletoe
Morning Glory Flower
Mums
Oak
Oleander
Philodendron
Poinsettias
Poppies
Rhododendron
Rhubarb
Skunk Cabbage
Tobacco (Yet another reason NOT to smoke!)
Tulip bulbs
Virginia Creeper
Wild Mushrooms
 

HOUSEHOLD
Antifreeze (even the smallest amounts are lethal!)
Any household cleaners
Bleach
Toilet Bowl Cleaners
Drain Openers
Soap
Insecticides (including flea products)
Mothballs
Polishers
Rodent Poisons
Sunscreen
Fireworks
Citronella
Fertilizers
Herbicides
Batteries
Ibuprofen
Asprin
Toothpaste (containing xylitol)
Naproxen
Acetominophen
Human Antidepressants
Multivitamins (especially with iron)
Supplements
Antibiotics

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