Safe Flowers for Dogs & Cats - Pet360 Pet Parenting Simplified
Stopping poor behavior is most successful when you also offer them a legal, and better, opportunity to act in a normal dog or cat way. You can persuade dogs and cats to avoid dangerous areas by making the holiday tree or other items unattractive while creating safe places the pets prefer. For instance, make the "legal" cat tree or dog crate even more alluring by tossing in a catnip mouse or scrumptious treats for them to find. That way your pets are more likely to do the right thing without your extra effort to prevent or punish problem behaviors. You can encourage pets to avoid illegal areas using these tips
Maybe it's the smell, maybe it's the taste--maybe it's just a quirk of your cat's personality. Whatever the reason, some cats just seem to love nibbling on plants. If you're determined to keep houseplants around your home and your cat is determined to chew on them, reach a compromise. Look for plants that are safe for pets and perhaps you can buy two: one for your cat to nibble on, and one for you to enjoy. If the plant is safe but your cat is chewing it bare, try one of these methods to discourage the grazing:
When my cat adopted me last year, the last thing on my mind was checking to make sure my houseplants were safe for pets. Then I accidentally came across an article on pet-safe greenery and the light bulb came on: time to make sure the plants are up to code! This post is dedicated to all you cat and dog owners out there. Keep in mind that today’s featured plants are safe for cats and dogs, but even non-toxic plants may have less-than-ideal effects if ingested. In fact, it’s never a bad idea to check with your local nursery or vet for verification that a plant is in fact pet-safe, and I’ve found the to be incredibly helpful. Here are 6 that will help you create a stylish, pet-friendly interior…There are some types of decorative plants that are toxic to dogs and cats. In some cases, only mild and discomfort will result, in other cases, the toxicity can lead to more severe health problems, and even fatalities. If you are planning to bring holiday foliage into your home this year this season, you will need to know which plants are safe, which should be kept out of your pet’s reach, and which should be avoided entirely.Make informed decisions about the types of plants to include in your home and outdoor space to keep your home pet safe. The toxicity of plants differs between dogs and cats. There are some plants and flowers listed below that are non-toxic to dogs but can have seriously adverse reactions to cats. Examples of a few plants that can be hazardous to pets if ingested include:If you’re a plant-lover and you’ve heard that plants and pets don’t mix, fear not – there actually are some safe flowers for dogs and cats that, if ingested, won’t cause as much harm as others. This strap can also be used with the collar for Pawz Away pet proofing barriers. Remove the receiver on the Pawz Away collar (RFA-377) and replace it on this strap. You can keep your cat out of certain areas with a safer, more comfortable collar designed for cats.Give your cat more outdoor freedom! This extra receiver collar can be used to add a cat to most PetSafe in-ground fences for dogs or cats. You can also use it as a replacement collar to the Deluxe In-Ground Cat Fence System (PCF-1000-20). The collar features 4 adjustable levels of correction plus tone-only mode for cats who learn their new boundaries quickly.