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Pet Friendly Flowers

Pet Friendly Flowers

Pet owners deserve beautiful blooms too! Our collection of pet-friendly bouquets are the perfect gift for any pet lover. You can still enjoy stunning florals and greenery with pets in the picture.  From flowers safe for cats to dog friendly plants, we’ve curated a selection of beautiful bouquets designed for households with pets. Feel confident as you shop, knowing that these arrangements only feature the safest flowers for dogs and cat safe flowers.

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Cats

Our feline friends can be particularly tricky when it comes to flowers and plants. Cats are typically great jumpers, so it can be difficult to keep plants out of reach. Instead of foregoing florals completely, choose blossoms that are safe for cats.

  • Roses – fortunately, these classics are a great option for homes.
  • Snapdragons – these beauties are safe for cats and dogs.
  • Sunflowers – you’ll love the brightness sunflowers bring.
  • Pussy willow – aptly named, these stems are a great addition.

Dogs

Just because you have furry friends running around, doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice the aesthetic of your flowers and plants. Just in case your pups get a little too friendly with your florals, here is a list of flowers and plants that are relatively safe for dogs:

  • Roses – these are a classic that are fortunately safe for dogs.
  • Orchids – long-lasting and incredibly elegant.
  • Sunflowers – bring the sunshine into your home with a bouquet of dog-friendly sunflowers.
dog and flower bouquet

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Protecting your pets from flowers and plants

It’s not best practice to let your furry family members chew or consume any plants or flowers. But we know that sometimes our pets have curious minds of their own! Some plants and flowers are mild enough to cause an upset stomach or discomfort. However, there are many plants and florals that are extremely toxic to your pets. It’s also important to know that cats and dogs do not have the same level of reaction to plants and flowers. A flower that is safe for dogs can be fatal to cats and vice versa. While we’ve specially designed the flowers and greenery in our pet-friendly bouquets to be pet safe, it’s important to be aware of the flower do’s and don’ts. Whether you’re gifting a houseplant or redecorating, we’ve put together a list of safe and dangerous plants for your pets.

What Flowers and plants should be avoided for cats?

Our cats just love to explore every inch of the home. To avoid them wandering into dangerous situations, make sure to avoid plants and flowers that can be fatal. Here is a list of plants and flowers that are poisonous to cats that you should keep out of your cat-friendly home:

  • Lilies – choose a lily-free bouquet for cat owners as they can be fatal to cats.
  • Eucalyptus – eucalyptus is full of health benefits for humans but they can have the opposite effect and poison cats
  • Delphinium – delphinium is incredibly harmful to cats, so consider using similar flowers like snapdragons instead.
  • Asparagus Fern – like a delicate little green tree, these ferns are beautiful to look at but should be kept away from cats

Some other popular plants and florals that you should avoid around cats include:

  • Amaryllis
  • Clematis
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Lavender
  • Ranunculus
  • Peonies
  • Tulips

What Flowers and plants should be avoided for Dogs?

Dogs are curious creatures. It’s no wonder we turn our heads to them digging into our favourite vases. Unfortunately, they can be sensitive to many different plants and flowers. Keep the following list of plants and flowers out of reach from your dogs.

  • Peonies – peonies are a fan-favourite but should be avoided in households with dogs
  • Ranunculus – these blooms have lovely ruffles but unfortunately can be very poisonous to the unsuspecting pup
  • Eucalyptus – dried and fresh eucalyptus add dimension (and a lovely smell) to any bouquet but are incredibly harmful to dogs

Some other popular poisonous plants and florals you should avoid around dogs include:

  • Aloe
  • Azaleas
  • Clematis
  • Delphinium
  • Hydrangeas
  • Lavender
  • Tulips