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Ah, Spring is a time when you think about planting a garden with beautiful flowers. However, before you put on your gardening gloves and hat, know that lurking behind those innocent blooms could be pet poisons that could hurt or even kill your pet.
First, it might be wise to think about planting when your dog is not around ... after all, if he sees you digging, he'll wonder why it is not acceptable for him to dig!
Second, two of the top 10 most common causes of accidental pet poisonings can be found in your garden and lawn- insecticides and snail and slug bait. Snail bait is extremely harmful - ingestion may cause blindness, excessive salivation, seizures, and sudden death. Therefore, we're providing you with tips about chemicals to avoid so you can spare yourself and your dog a lot of heartache.
There is an extensive list of plants that are poisonous to your dog. For a complete list visit the Pet Poison Helpline. However, here are some general products you should avoid:
If you are afraid your dog has been accidentally poisoned, call the Pet Poison Helpline at 855-764-7661 which is available 24/7!
Springtime should be fun for everyone. By taking precautions, you and your dog can have a blooming great season!