7 Plants To Avoid For a Pet-Friendly Garden

7 Plants To Avoid For a Pet-Friendly Garden

Gardens are a beautiful refuge for everyone, including Pets. The variety of colors and smells is invigorating and refreshing. It is important to be aware, when choosing which plants and flowers to include, that Pets can experience side effects or worse by ingesting certain species. Below is a short list of some common plants known to have a negative health effects for your Pet. We hope you will consider these when planting your gardens, and avoid using:

Carnation – Consuming these can cause loss of motor skills and digestive upset
Chrysanthemum – Causes digestive Issues
Dahlia – Causes skin rash and digestive upset
Iris – Causes vomiting, drooling, lethargy, and digestive upset
Lily of the Valley – vomiting, seizures, and possibly death
Monkshood also called Wolfsbane – Causes death
Peony – Causes vomiting, drooling, lethargy, and digestive upset

If you are concerned that your Pet may have ingested any of these and is having a reaction, call your emergency veterinarian immediately for assistance. Members enrolled in Hannah’s Total Lifetime Care™ can access our emergency services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Services include; 24/7 helpline, hospitalization, medications and pain management, surgery, digital x-rays and ultrasounds.

For complete details visit our website
https://www.hannahsociety.com/vet-services-emergency-care.php

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