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Plants that may be harmful to pets

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Did you know the Aloe Plant & Garlic has a toxic agent that is harmful to Cats & Dogs?

Plants growing outside or inside your home that may be highly toxic to Dogs, Cats & Horses.

Poisonous Plants to Avoid - If your dog or cat loves to be outside in the garden, use these tips to help keep them safe. Puppies and Kittens chew on everything. Make sure they do not have access to plants in their environment. Learn more review this good article written by Dr. Birgit Puschner, a lifelong gardener and pet lover. The following plants are toxic to pets Source: HGTV

Did you know the Aloe Plant & Garlic has a toxic agent.

The Aloe plant might be good for healing people cuts but not a good plant for cats or dogs! And garlic is toxic to dogs & cats! Many products or foods for people are on the market and they not good for your pets.

Garlic belongs to the Allium family (which also includes onion, chives, and leeks) and is poisonous to dogs and cats. ... Signs of garlic poisoning can be delayed and not apparent for several days. While tiny amounts of these foods in some pets, especially dogs, may be safe, large amounts can be very toxic.

Some Common or Not Common household plants that are toxic to either/both dogs and cats.

Aloe Plants:This succulent has a toxic agent named aloin. It can poison dogs and cats. It causes pets to vomit and have reddish urine. Satin Pothos - This plant is known as the silk pothos. Here's an A-Z list of poisonous house plants for cats and dogs. A-Z list

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