Now that your doggie is in the Ideal Pet Club and has more freedom to roam around outside, a very likely scenario is that they may try to taste-test your beloved garden. As such, it is important to know which common household and garden plants are toxic to dogs so that you can set up the necessary safety measures.
8 PLANTS THAT ARE TOXIC TO DOGS:
- English Ivy
SIGNS OF PLANT TOXICITY INCLUDE:
- Loss of appetite
- Excessive drooling
While it is best to remove these toxic plants from your garden to ensure your dog’s safety, you should also make sure there are no loose bulbs on the ground for them to scarf up, train them to stay away, and set up a safety fence so they don’t get their snouts where they shouldn’t.
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