Hanging mistletoe from ceilings or in doorways can give a romantic touch to festive displays, with lovers traditionally sharing a kiss beneath the seasonal plant.
However, according to experts, this plant can be dangerous for dogs. The plant’s beautiful berries are toxic to dogs and can cause vomiting, diarrhea and confusion, among other symptoms.
This beloved Christmas plant can be found in most homes this time of year. It is known for its red bracts and green leaves.
However, the sap of the plant can cause problems for dogs such as sickness, excessive salivation and diarrhea.