More safety tips for keeping your yard pet-safe and beautiful.
Now in the full swing of beautifying our yards for the warm weather, here are some more toxic plants that need to be carefully placed so they don't pose a threat to your beloved pets:
Please remember to always check with your Veterinarian when in doubt as to whether or not a plant or shrub is toxic. If your veterinarian is unavailable, you can contact the experts at ASPCA either via phone or email. As with humans, if you suspect your pet has ingested a plant that may be poisonous, you will be able to help them quicker if you don't panic. We cannot follow our pets around every single moment they are outdoors; however, being prepared for an accident before it happens will save valuable time if a pet does ingest a toxic plant and needs assistance:
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