Spring flowers are gorgeous, but how do you know if the plants in your yard are safe for your pets? Tick season has begun with a vengeance – what is the best way to keep them out of your yard? Dr. Philip Putter of Spot On Veterinary held a free discussion at Raleigh & Co. on Saturday, May 14 at 11:00 am about common plants that could be toxic to dogs or cats, as well as pet-friendly alternatives that can help keep fleas and ticks out of your yard. Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses, LLC also provided examples of products for display and discussion.
For those of you who missed our discussion this past weekend, check out these handouts on the most common plants toxic to pets and how to prevent ticks in your yard!
Preventing Ticks in Your Yard
Common Plants Toxic to Pets
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