Household Hazards

The items listed below are common household hazards that need to be kept in places that are not easily accessible by pets.

For more information visit ASPCA.

Kitchen Hazards

Coffee Grounds & Teas
Walnuts & Macadamia Nuts
Chocolate (baker’s, dark, & milk)
Yeast Dough
Avocado, Grapes, & Raisins
Peunut Butter (containing xylitol)
Onions
Alcohol
Salt & Garlic
Mushrooms

Bathroom Hazards

Acetaminophen
Nasal Decongestants
Prescription Drugs
Diet Pills/Vitamins
Antidepressants
Aspirin, Ibuprofen, & Naproxen
Dental Floss

Living Area Hazards

Mothballs
Glow Sticks
Chewing Gum (containing xylitol)
Tobacco Products
Pennies & Batteries
String, Yarn, & Rubber Bands

Garage and Yard Hazards

Antifreeze
Rodenticide (rat & mouse poison)
Mosquito Repellent
Herbicides, Insecticides, & Fertilizers
Ice-melting Products
Gasoline
Paints & Solvents
Nails, Screws, Nuts, & Bolts
Many Types of Plants (for a complete list of poisonous plants please see the ASPCA website)
Cocoa Mulch

Seasonal Hazards

Christmas Decorations
High Fat Leftovers in the Trash
Chicken & Turkey Bones
Ham Bones
Poinsettias, Mistletoe, & Red Holly Berries
Christmas Tree Needles