, Brunsfelsia is indeed toxic to dogs so if they are plant chewers, be aware. Here's the ASPCA site listing clinical signs of poisoning from this plant: https://www.aspca.org/pet-care...
I understand about dogs eating plants! We have 2 goofy Golden Retrievers who want to eat everything in sight! When we got our first Golden I dug up two Oleander trees because I was concerned that he would try to nibble on them. When we sold our last house and moved, the new place had rubber mulch around the entire perimeter of the house and we had to spend a lot of time removing it from all the beds in the backyard due to the fact that the dogs want to chew on it. We still find them gnawing on a piece once in awhile and it's scary because that stuff is known to be carcinogenic. Many schools and playgrounds are now removing it from their property due to that fact.
There are so many plants that are toxic to both dogs and cats and although many animals are smart enough NOT to eat plants, we have to be vigilant with what we plant in our fenced backyard due to our crazy dogs who seem to want to eat anything and everything!
I forgot to say welcome earlier so
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