Hydrangea is a genus of flowering plants native to the Americas and Asia. Most found hydrangeas are shrubs that get up to 10ft tall, ranging in colors from bright pink to white, blue, purple, and more. The flowers bloom in clusters all around the plant.
For Your Pet
Humans, horses, cats, dogs, rabbits, and other animals can experience hydrangea poisoning. For rabbits and other small pets, choking, diarrhea leading to dehydration, appetite loss, abnormal fecal output, and abdominal pain can occur if ingested.
Do not feed your pet Hydrangea as it can cause illness.
If you believe that your pet has been poisoned immediately call your vet or one of the animal poison control hotlines on this list.