Pet Insurance New Jersey (NJ)

Pet Insurance Jersey

Whether you live in Newark or Hunterdon, pet owners all over New Jersey have discovered the advantages of pet insurance.

Reasons to Consider Pet Insurance in New Jersey

Pet insurance in New Jersey is a great idea for those living in the Garden State. One of the hidden dangers for pets at home are the plants in your yard. Luckily, Pet Insurance NJ may cover your pet’s ingestion of poisonous plants.

Find here a list of foods your dog should not eat. And here are the most common toxic plants (this is not an all-inclusive list*):
Flower Garden:

  • Autumn Crocus – The entire plant is toxic to pets.
  • Bleeding Heart – The entire plant is toxic to pets.
  • Foxglove – The flower, leaves, and seeds are toxic to pets.
  • Iris – The roots of this flower are toxic to pets.
  • Larkspur – The entire plant is toxic to pets.
  • Lily-of-the-Valley – The entire plant is toxic to pets.
  • Monkshood – The entire plant is toxic to pets.
  • Star of Bethlehem – The entire plant is toxic to pets.

House Plants

  • Castor Bean – The entire plant is toxic to pets.
  • Daffodil – The bulb and leaves are toxic to pets.
  • Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane)
  • Elephant Ear – The leaves are toxic to pets.
  • Hyacinth – The bulb is toxic to pets.
  • Oleander – The leaves and steams are toxic to pets.

Ornamental Plants:

  • Azaleas – The leaves and nectar are toxic to pets.
  • Daphne – The entire plant, including its berries, are toxic to pets.
  • Golden Chain – The entire plant, pods and seeds are toxic to pets.
  • Lantana Camara (Red Sage) – The unripe green berries are toxic to pets.
  • Laurels – The leaves and nectar are toxic to pets.
  • Wisteria – The entire plant, flowers, and seeds are toxic to pets.
  • Yew – The leaves, seeds, and twigs are toxic to pets.

Vegetable Garden:

  • Rhubarb – The leaves are toxic to pets.

*Source – Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, 2013

Know what to do when you suspect poisoning by plants in your pets and learn to recognize the symptoms here: Poisonous Plants for Dogs, Plants Poisonous to Cats.

More About Pet Insurance in New Jersey

For more information about plants that are toxic and how New Jersey pet insurance plans may help cover accidental plant ingestion, visit www.petpremium.com. At petpremium.com, you can find topics about your pet health in our Pet Health Center or read tips about how to purchase pet insurance.

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*Pet owners in New York get a pro-rated refund.