What flowers are harmful to Pets?
Dear readers, after some thought, I decided to write this article, because flowers need not only to admire, but also know that they, or rather some of their species can harm the health of Pets (dogs and cats). I think many of my readers have these animals and You also like flowers madly in love.
According to approximate data on the globe grows more than seven hundred species of plants that are mildly unsafe (toxic)to cats and dogs. If You grow any flowers in the house or brought it as a gift, most secure access to your Pets.
You are interested in my information and You don’t want Your furry Pets suffered about such plants? Then here’s what You need to know.
The most common dangerous plants for Pets
It turns out that some plants are much more toxic than others. Here are some of the flowers that You need to pay attention in the first place:
The crocuses that bloom in the spring, can cause upset stomach, they contain colchicine, a substance that can cause serious digestive problems, breathing problems and kidney failure in domestic animals .
Azalea . Even a small Kolichestvennyi that floral plants can make Your cat or dog to get terrible diarrhea, symptoms which would be excessive lunaposada. If animals will not be able to quickly cure, to eliminate toxicity, the pet can fall into a coma.
Lilies and Calla lilies contain lycorine . a chemical that can seriously harm the health of Your dog or animal of the family Felidae. Lycorine causes severe vomiting in animals.
Daffodils . These beautiful flowers, unfortunately, like the previous ones contains lycorine. The bulbs of Narcissus are especially poisonous, but keep in mind that and other parts is also dangerous.
Tulips . If You grow them in your garden, doing the forcing, how confident are that Your dog or cat does not dig up the ground and chew the bulbs contain allergenic lactones that can trigger irritation of the tissue in the mouth and stomach of Your pet.
So what should I do when You see Your Pets eat these plants
If You see that Your dog or cat chews the petals, the leaves, the bulbs I mentioned plants, or your pet shows signs of illness, I strongly recommend to call a qualified vet who will be able to enter the necessary medication or to take a decision on immediate hospitalization. If there is no possibility to call the vet, as soon as possible to enter manually the antidote, at worst clean the stomach of the animal, or give him activated charcoal.
I hope my tips will be useful to You and You will comply with precautions.
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