These following blogs will be excerpts from the article, written by Dr. Jay E. Hriez, VMD. All credit goes to Dr. Hriez.
Please read previous 3 posts on Toxic Plants to Rabbits, Effects of Toxic Plants, and What to do if your rabbit ingests a toxin. This is the final post in this series, and the end of the article in Domestic Rabbits.
"As always, prevention is the best medicine. If you suspect that some of these plants are growing in your backyard or gardens, make it a point to educate friends and family that these plants are off limits to your rabbits. Observe for sudden signs of sickness including dizziness, diarrhea, pain in the abdomen, slow heart rate, salivation, seizures, dilated pupils, and chemical burns around the mouth. "If you suspect your rabbit is poisoned, act quickly to determine how much was ingested and when the poisoning occurred. For all of the great plants available to our domestic rabbits, there are just as many that can cause major problems!"