Used by humans as a sedative, this delicate flower produces little black berries that may be harmful to dogs if eaten. A dog may experience an elevated heart rate and hallucinations after eating any part of the Bella Donna plant.
The distinct Foxglove flower sports large trumpet like blossoms; they are lovely to look at but toxic to consume. Foxglove contains poison that directly affects the heart. If ingested symptoms may include cardiac arrhythmia, dilated pupils, and seizures.
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