A VET has revealed a common garden flower that can make your beloved dog seriously ill.
There are a number of plants in your backyard that could make your pooches feel unwell, including this unsuspecting yellow bloom.
One vet has revealed daffodils can make your hound vomit, while they battle severe stomach pain.
In a clip shared to TikTok, through the pet expert’s page Ucahteam, one vet says: “Although they are beautiful, the plant, flower and bulb can cause vomiting, abdominal pain, as well as cardiac arrhythmias and respiratory depression.”
Other vets from the team also shared other plants and flowers that can be dangerous for your pets.
One revealed lilly of the valley can cause dogs to have seizures, as well as bringing on vomiting, and diarrhea.
The vet said it can also cause a decreased heart rate and severe cardiac arrhythmias.
Another flower that can be dangerous for hounds is oleander.
One vet said: “If pets eat the leaves and the flowers it can cause severe vomiting, a slow heart rate and it can be fatal.”
Tulips can also make pooches feel under the weather.
One expert revealed: “If your pet ingests or chews on the plant of the bulb it can increase drooling, vomiting and diarrhea.
“If large amounts are ingested it can cause increased heart rate and it can cause changes in the respiratory system.”
Another flower that can cause havoc is azaleas.
A vet said: “If they have just a few leaves they can have vomiting, diarrhea, excessive drooling.
“If they consume large quantities they can experience heart rate and rhythm abnormalities, as well as neurologic abnormalities.”
One other plant which can be dangerous for pooches is sago palms, with a vet saying: “If you pet eats the leaves or the seeds it can cause vomiting, bloody stool, severe liver failure and it can possibly be fatal.”
It comes after an urgent warning was put over five hazards which could kill your dog this summer.
One expert also warned how owners can keep their eyes peeled for signs of heatstroke in a dog.
Another vet also warned what to do if your dog gets randomly sick in the morning – and why they may need to visit a clinic.
It comes after a vet issued an urgent warning to dog owners over the three daily habits that could be a sign that your pooch needs to go to the vets.