Poisonous to: Cats, Dogs, Horses
Level of toxicity: Generally mild to moderate, depending on the amount ingested
Common signs to watch for:
The sweat pea, or Lathyrus, contains amino acids and a toxin called aminoproprionitrite. When ingested, it can cause neurological and musculoskeletal signs including weakness, lethargy, tremors and seizures. Typically, this is more commonly seen in large animals chronically grazing on sweet pea.
Poison type: Plants
Alternate names: Lathyrus