Veterinarian: Oleander flowers, leaves can be deadly to dogs

04/14/2011 | KTSM-TV (El Paso, Texas)

Dogs who ingest the Oleander flower or the leaves from the plant are at risk for arrhythmia, kidney damage, seizures or even death, says veterinarian Nancy Harvey. Owners are advised to seek immediate veterinary help if their pets exhibit signs such as diarrhea, vomiting and slow heart rate, Harvey notes.

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