Thank you Pascale Miller for your expert support in making our garden safe for our pets! Above and beyond! Seriously. (Zohar Badesheh, April 2017)
Many cats, dogs and other pets visit vets showing signs of difficulty breathing, vomiting, depression, lethargy, or other symptoms of poison from their environment. Many are due to exposure to toxic plants in and around the home, sometimes building up over years, and often the first thing a vet asks is do you have toxic plants in your garden?
Naturelovers can advise you on which plants are safe or unsafe in your garden by correctly identifying each plant. We can suggest alternatives to those which are found toxic, to ensure both your family and your pets can enjoy your garden with peace of mind.
Contact us to arrange a consultation today!