Here are the symptoms of toxicity in pets:
If you notice any of these symptoms in your pets, please contact your vet right away.
When ordering flowers or plants for a pet-friendly household, take a few moments to check the bouquet is safe to send.
Here's an easy reference to add some air purifying goodness to indoor spaces without compromising the welfare of your pets.
Check out these non-toxic plants.
The money plant reduces toxins such as formaldehyde from the air and highly recommended for home owners with asthma, or lung issues. They are also known for inviting in luck and prosperity and non-toxic to pets.
Consider the areca palm which doesn’t require much care and naturally purifies the air around it. Palms are non-toxic to children and pets.
The spider plant can bring healing as well as beauty to any room in your home.
This plant is a living air humidifier and purifies indoor air specially in areas of air vents.
This purple plant is wonderful for hanging near a window or draped over an end table, and pets are known to love their soft, curling leaves! Non-toxic to pets and children.
This plant is good for combating chemicals found in paint, gasoline or smog and is non-toxic to pets and children.
You need a sunny spot for African Violet to thrive. It will add a pop of color to your home with their purple or deep pinkish color. They are completely pet friendly and children friendly.
Moth Orchids not only are beautiful, they also purify indoor air. They are also well known to combat paint fumes, that is why they are a wonderful housewarming gift.
It’s non-toxic and won’t cause any harm to the pets even when they chew on the leaves. Cast Iron Plants are beautiful and hearty. They will do well under any conditions inside the home.
Potted bamboo is easy to find and grows as large as their container. Potted bamboos are the safest way to detox the air inside any home and are low-maintenance. They also make for beautiful home décor.
Steer clear of succulents, snake plant and oleander which are toxic to children and pets alike. Vomiting and diarrhea are sure signs of plant/flower toxicity.