Justine Lee, DVM; DACVECC; DABT
Help veterinary clients keep their furry friends safe with these handouts of common indoor and outdoor plants that can be toxic to pets.
The return of warmer weather means it's time for landscaping again, but veterinary clients may not know that some of the plants they choose to put in their garden, or keep inside the house can be potentially deadly to their cats and dogs. Help them recognize which plants to steer clear of with these handouts. (There's one for indoor plants and one for outdoor. Each are two pages.)
Click here to download the indoor plant handout.
Click here to download the outdoor plant handout.