<h2 style="font-family: gothambook; font-size: medium; text-align: center;">Flowers Safe for Pets</a></h2> <p style="text-align: center;"><span>Does your pet have a taste for flowers? Keep your beloved cat or dog safe with these pet friendly bouquets containing only non-toxic stems like roses, sunflowers, and orchids.</span></p>

Pet Friendly Flowers

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Pet Safe Flowers & Plants

Certain flowers and plants can be dangerous to have around pets, particularly cats and dogs. Ingesting toxic flowers and houseplants can cause serious health problems for your furry friend, including kidney failure, depression, vomiting and more.

Non-toxic plants and flowers for both cats and dogs include sunflowers, orchids, roses, and snapdragons. With this in mind, we've put together this selection of safe plants and non-toxic flowers to send to friends and family with pets.

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Flowers Poisonous to Cats

The most well-known flower toxic to cats is the lily. Lilies are very dangerous to cats, and all parts of the flower - including the leaves, pollen, petals, and even the vase water - can be deadly if eaten. Even touching lilies can be dangerous for cats, as they may later ingest the pollen when grooming themselves.

We would strongly recommend against buying lilies if you own a cat, or sending lilies to a cat owner. This includes varieties such as the Easter Lily, Tiger Lily, Rubrum Lily, Calla Lily, Oriental Lily, and Stargazer Lily. If you think your cat has eaten any part of a lily, seek veterinary help immediately.

Other flowers known to be poisonous to cats include:

Amaryllis

 

Ammi

 

Asparagus Fern

 

Azalea

 

Chrysanthemums

 

Clematis

 

Daffodils

 

Delphinium

 

Eucalyptus

 

Hard Ruscus

 

Hyacinth

 

Iris

 

Peace Lily

 

Peonies

 

Tanacetum

Flowers Poisonous to Dogs

Certain poisonous plants and flowers are harmful to dogs. In some cases they may only cause a mild reaction, or only cause problems if consumed in large quantities. Nevertheless, we would advise dog owners to avoid bouquets containing the following stems:

 

Amaryllis

 

Ammi

 

Asparagus Fern

 

Azalea

 

Baby's Breath (Gysophilia)

 

Calla Lilies

 

Clematis

 

Delphinium

 

Eryngium

 

Eucalpytus

 

Hard Ruscus

 

Hydrangea

 

Peace Lily

 

Peonies

 

Poinsettia

 

Ranunculus

 

Tulip

   
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