Next up on our dog friendly garden project is a non exhaustive list of toxic and safe plants and herbs for dogs. This list is available as a downloadable pdf in our group Miyagis Dog Training Community for a printable copy https://www.facebook.com/groups/miyagisdogtrainingcommunity/?ref=share
Please be mindful some herbs can be used dried with our dogs and also topically for example Aloe Vera can be applied to dog wounds topically and Camomile can be found in dog treats and given as a tea. This list is for plants growing in the garden not dried.
If your concerned you dog may have ingested an toxic plant you can speak to Animal Poison Online and book a telephone consultation ranging from £35-£45 depending on the time of day. Which is reassurance and peace of mind if you cannot access your registered vets. https://www.animalpoisonline.co.uk/
Always do your own research before introducing plants to your garden as most garden centres do not label plants as dog safe.
For those who use use speech readers please come to the community group to access the pdf.
Sources from: Dogs Trust UK, PDSA, ASPCA, Gardeners World, CCSPCA, RSA group, Garden design and Whole Pet Clinic.
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The text in white reads: a none exhaustive list of toxic & safe plants for dogs.
Always Google and research before allowing your dog near plants.
Always make sure your dogs cannot access toxic plants.
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