Customers with plans underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company and administered by C&F Insurance Agency, please click here to access your plan.

Connecticut Ct

Connecticut Ct

Pet insurance is important in order to keep your pet happy, healthy and protected – no matter where in Connecticut you live.

Reasons to Consider Pet Insurance in Connecticut

Gardening is a common hobby for those living in the Nutmeg State. However, some plants frequently found in yards and gardens can pose dangers to pets. Luckily, Connecticut pet insurance may cover your pet’s ingestion of poisonous plants.

Poisonous Plants for Pets

Below a listing of some toxic plants for pets in Connecticut:

  • Grapes Though the toxicity of grapes was once thought to be an urban legend, scientists have recently discovered this claim to be valid. When dogs ingest grapes, even a tiny serving, they can fall ill with vomiting or diarrhea. Since researchers do not understand what exactly causes grapes’ toxicity in animals, use caution when storing and eating them.
  • Mushrooms Though mushrooms are fungi and not plants, we made a special exception to include them in this list because of their tendency to grow within easy reach of domestic animals. While plenty of safe mushrooms grow in the wild, dogs cannot make the distinction between those that are edible and toxic. Therefore, unless you can identify this fungus yourself, it is best to err on the side of caution and not allow your pet to consume wild mushrooms.
  • Azalea Azalea are members of the extensively toxic genus Rhododendron. The azalea is found all over the United States, including Connecticut, and is used as a flowering shrub to decorate homes and businesses. When dogs ingest just a few leaves, they can experience upset stomachs, excessive drooling, changes in eating habits, weakness, and it can even lead to a coma or death.
  • Daffodils Daffodils serve as the first sign of spring, but also prove dangerous to animals. Daffodils contain alkaloids that can cause excessive salvation, convulsions, vomiting, diarrhea, heart problems and/or tremors. While the Daffodil’s flowers, leaves, and stem all are toxic, the bulb proves most dangerous because it contains the highest concentration of alkaloids.

Go here to learn more about Poisonous Plants For Dogs and Plants Poisonous to Cats.

Pet Insurance Plans in Connecticut

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