Can my dog eat Ice plants?

By Julie •  Updated: 11/04/19 •  1 min read
The contents of the website, such as text, graphics, images, and other material contained on this site (“Content”) are for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinarian advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian with any questions you may have regarding the medical condition of your pet. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website!

Can my dog eat Ice plants? Not safe for dogs to eat


Online Veterinary 24/7
Chat With A Veterinarian Online

Connect with a verified veterinarian in minutes. No waiting for appointments or office hours. No high fees. No need to worry about your furry family member.


Can My Dog Be Lactose Intolerant?
Can My Dog Be Lactose Intolerant?

Ice plants are not veggies to eat, but are plants used in outdoor landscaping. These succulents are popular in areas with little rainfall, as they can survive with relatively small amounts of water. These plants have long, finger-like foliage that’s normally green, but in colder weather the foliage turns colors including purple, blue, orange or red.

Can my dog eat ice plant? While these plants are not toxic to dogs, you should not allow your fur baby to eat ice plants. Can my puppy eat ice plants? No, don’t let your puppy eat these plants. What would happen if my puppy ate some ice plants? The worst would be some digestive issues that could include vomiting and diarrhea, if he ate several plants. If he only eats one leaf, he should be just fine, but watch for any allergic reactions.

(Visited 1,952 times, 1 visits today)


Julie is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, where she studied Animal science. Though contrary to the opinion of her parents she was meant to study pharmacy, but she was in love with animals especially cats. Julie currently works in an animal research institute (NGO) in California and loves spending quality time with her little cat. She has the passion for making research about animals, how they survive, their way of life among others and publishes it. Julie is also happily married with two kids.

Keep Reading