Aussies love their pets and go to great lengths to make them happy. A recent survey by Canstar found more than 60 per cent of households spend almost $1500 a year on their animals.
“Our furry friends aren’t just pets, they are special family members.
“Therefore, it’s important to know what plants could potentially have negative effects on our furry companions,” Angie Thomas, Horticulture Consultant to Yates, said.
To help educate pet owners across Australia on plants that can be potentially poisonous to animals Ms Thomas put together a practical list of plants to watch out for with pets.
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