“One or two seeds is enough to kill a dog, or even a child,” says Dr. Tina Wismer, medical director of the ASPCA.
ASPCA tells ABC News that many pet owners do not know that Sago Palms are poisonous.
“The fronds and the bark and the roots, all of it is toxic,” says the ASPCA. Just over the last 10 years more than 1,400 dogs have been poisoned; 34 of the dogs died from it. As well as 130 human cases of Sago Palm poisoning since 2009.
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