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Thu, May 31 | By Charlotte Reed | 2

Maintain a safe, pet-friendly yard this season. Spring is probably the busiest season for homeowners to work in their yards. Many of these chores -- such as cleaning up from winter; preparing soil for planting, buying flowers, plants and trees;… more ›

Garden Dangers for Your Pet
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Vicki
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Vicki
1 year ago

Some people use Epsom Salt on their plants. Epsom Salt is just as toxic to animals as anti freeze. There is no warning on the package as being harmful to animals. Myself & my brother had to lose our dogs to learn this valuable lesson. After the vet told us there was nothing else he could do, we had to put my chihuahua and my brother's larger mixed breed to sleep due to kidney failure. My husband put ES on our plants & the dogs walking through the yard then licked their paws is how they ingested it. Breaks my heart to know we were the cause. Please spread this message.

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Ches21
1 year ago

Well we just let nature take it's course with our plants and trees even our fruit and veggies and that seems to work to just plant them and leave them alone unless they need water the tomatoes, raspberries and pears always turn out great. The one thing we have problems with are black berries which are illegal to have within city limits and they are wild but in our yard they grow cause they are wild and they pop up everywhere and are very hard to get rid of if we could have them then I would not mind them growing in the yard.

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