While we can manage in our green spaces though, our pets can’t manage as well. From your pup digging up bulbs or a cat eating something that is poisonous – pets can sometimes struggle in your garden when it comes to keeping themselves safe.
According to a survey produced from dog and cat owners in Britain, 8% of dogs and cats have eaten poisonous plants or flowers – so you should keep an eye on what is growing in your garden and identify whether or not certain foliage will be a danger to your pet.
43% of pets that eat something poisonous then need urgent care too, so it’s worth making this quick and easy assessment of the garden before your pet is seriously hurt! Unfortunately, 15% of those pets pass away every year – but with the right help, your garden will be pet-proof and your little companion will enjoy your garden just as much as you!
However, help is at hand! With the assistance of Compost Direct, retailers of grow bags for your garden, we can make sure you keep your pets safe in the garden and ensure they can enjoy your garden for years to come!
With the following pet-friendly infographic, we’ve put together a guide that will put your mind at ease and ensure you can keep your pet safe in any garden.
Infographic by: www.compostdirect.com