Pets are members of the family, so the last thing we want is for them to get sick from flowers or plants that are toxic to them. You don't have to stay entirely away from all flower arrangements and plants, but it is good to be aware so that you can move some out of the way of a curious dog or cat. Whether you're sending flowers or receiving flowers as a gift, know what flowers are toxic to dog and cats and know the pet-friendly flowers and plants for your home.
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The holidays are an amazing time to gift plants and flowers to loved ones, but you do have to be aware if they have animals and kids in the house, especially poinsettias. While these quintessential Christmas flowers look lovely in December, poinsettias can be dangerous when consumed by cats and dogs- while they aren't toxic, they can make your animals sick. Other popular holiday plants that are toxic to dogs and cats include:
If you have a curious cat or a dog that you're still training not to chew everything lying around the house, you might want to take the proper precautions to make sure you're safe rather than sorry when decorating your home for the holidays.
Here are some pet-friendly plants and flowers you can send to loved ones or keep in your own home:
Better Choices for Households with Pets