With summer fast-approaching, many of us are itching to get outdoors and enjoy our gardens. It’s no different for our furry friends, but what most homeowners are unaware of is the potential risks that could be lurking in your garden.
The results of a recent survey show that 8% of dogs and cats have consumed poisonous plants and flowers. With 43% of these needing urgent medical attention and 15% actually passing away, it’s clearly of vital importance to safeguard our gardens to protect our pets.
But where do you start? In their latest infographic, Compost Direct — a retailer of ericaceous compost — explains the potentially harmful plants and substances and the impact they can have on your pets. View it in full to find out more.