Answer: According to the ASPCA's poisonous plants database, all parts of Daphne odora are poisonous if ingested. As with all toxic plants, the poison is in the dose. Consuming a leaf or two will probably make your dog vomit. If he/she ate large quantities of the plant, it could be fatal. I've grown Daphne in my yard for years and none of my dogs have shown the least bit of interest in it. If you really want to plant Daphne, go ahead. Just watch it and watch your dog while the plant is new. Once it has been in the yard for a while, your pet probably won't be interested in it.
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