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My dog at some of my spider plant

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my dog at some of my spider plant
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Pet
Expert:  Anna replied 9 years ago.

Your dog should be just fine. Spider plants are nontoxic. If the dog ate a large enough quantity, it may cause her to vomit, just as eating too much grass does. But other than that, you shouldn't expect any problems. This link will take you to the ASPCA's list of nontoxic plants:

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