Dog Owner Guides | House Plants
Houseplants are good for your health, and not just for their visual beauty. Studies have proven that indoor plants improve concentration and productivity, reduce stress levels and boost your mood, making them perfect for not just your home but your work space. But not all house plants are good for your dog, with some actually being toxic and harmful if your four-legged friend decided to take a cheeky nibble when no one was looking. Emily from Design by Nature, shares with us her top dog friendly houseplants along with those best to avoid.
An indoor garden can become your refuge from the outside world for both you and your dog. Whether you live in a small apartment, or a large house; by introducing certain plants into your home, you will start to notice improvements to your health, and overall happiness. Below is a list of dog friendly houseplants plants to help bring the outdoors indoors along, with plants which should be avoided as they can be harmful to your four legged friend;
Houseplants - Dog friendly
Kentia Palm, Calathea, Spider Plant, Prayer Plant
Toxic Houseplants for Dogs
Sago Palm (really poisonous), Rubber plant, Monstera / Philodendron, Fiddle Leaf Fig