How pet friendly is your garden?
Is your garden risking your pet’s health? Gardeners spend hours tending to their gardens, vegetable patches and outdoor spaces, but could what they’re planting be harmful to their pets? Grow bag and compost retailer Compost Direct has investigated in their latest infographic.
A recent survey found that 8% of dogs and cats have eaten poisonous plants or flowers, with 43% needing urgent care and 15% actually passing away. The graphic includes a run-down of some of the potentially harmful plants and poisonous substances in your garden and the impact they can have on your pets.
It also features advice on how to create a pet-friendly outdoor space, considering everything from fencing to dog- and cat-friendly plants. For more information, view the infographic in full.