Everyone loves the beautiful array of flowers we have here in the Hills, but did you know some plants are poisonous to pets? Some common plants in this area which can be dangerous to pets include:
Don’t forget that ornamental flowers in flower arrangements can also pose a risk to indoor pets. Be aware of the risks with any flowers or plants in your home and garden, and where possible prevent your pets from accessing them.
For more information, this Australian book http://www.poisonous2pets.com.au/ is an excellent comprehensive resource for pet owners. This website from the ASPCA (America) https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants also provides some great information about toxic and non-toxic plants.
Most importantly, if you think your pet may have ingested or been exposed to a poisonous plant, call us immediately for advice on 9751 2999.
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