10 Plants to Keep Away from Pets


4. Carnations

Another popular cut flower, carnations are frequently found in bouquets given for Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day. Keep these pretty posies out of reach of your pet to avoid skin rashes and gastrointestinal upsets. If your pet has gotten into the carnations, expect diarrhea, flatulence and possibly vomiting.

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