Is Hahn’s Self Branching English Ivy Poisonous to Cats and Dogs?

Hahn's Self Branching English Ivy

The Hahn’s Self Branching English Ivy is poisonous for both cats and dogs.

Typical symptoms include abdominal pain, choking, convulsions, diarrhea, dysphagia, hypersalivation and vomiting.

Hahn’s Self Branching English Ivy is an evergreen plant that is very visible on walls, gardens and tree trunks where it climbs thru its clingy ang strong aerial rootlets with matted pads. This flowering species is a part of the family Araliaceae, native to most of Europe and western Asia.

The scientific name for this plant is Hedera helix. Additional name for this plant include Branching Ivy, Calfornia Ivy, Common Ivy, English Ivy, European Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy and Sweetheart Ivy.

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