These plants are composed of toxic elements that can irritate a dog's mouth and lips.
According to a veterinarian at Animal Medical Center in New York City, Ann Hohenhaus, when dogs swallow the philodendrons' leaves, they tend to paw their mouths, drool, and retch.
Source: Chewy Editorial, 2020.
Philodendrons grow well indoors, which makes them popular decorative plants. However, it can be deadly if not treated quickly. Learn more about it here: https://pets.thenest.com/philodendrons-affecting-dogs-11574.html
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