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Name: Donna Curtis  
Status: Other
Age: None Given
Date: 7/15/2004 


Question:
Can i purchase a rubber tree plant or are they toxic to my dog and kitten? Thank-you! Donna curtis P.s. what about the hibicus plant?


Replies:
Hibiscus and rubber tree plants are among those that are not toxic to pets.

Laura Hungerford, DVM, MPH, PhD
University of Maryland


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