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15 Toxic Plants Dog Parents Should Avoid

15 Toxic Plants to Avoid

Providing education to pet parents is part of what makes a dog walker or pet sitter a professional. The ASPCA is a great resource for pet caretakers to research and source pet safety information. Using their database of plants, we’ve compiled a list of 15 common plants that are toxic to dogs.

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