Use Fake Or Artificial Plants For Pet-Friendly Design

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Spring inevitably brings outdoor projects with it from landscaping the yard to adding on a patio or porch. When doing those projects, it’s important to keep our pets’ safety and comfort in mind as well as our own.

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Pet-friendly design

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When designing an outdoor space, whether it be a garden or an outdoor living space, carefully consider how your pets will interact with the space. Can they easily get around without knocking anything over? Are there plants that might get trampled by your pets? Do you need to discourage your pets from entering certain areas?

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Avoid toxic plants

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Many common plants are actually toxic to your pets, so be sure to keep them out of your landscaping. Azaleas, daffodils, delphiniums, elephant ears and English ivy are all poisonous to both dogs and cats. Day lilies are a popular addition to many gardens, but they are dangerous to cats.

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Solving a thorny issue for pets

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Both rose and cactus thorns can cause serious injury to the eye and are notorious for becoming lodged in the feet.”

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