Choose pet-safe plants for your home. Opt for varieties that are non-toxic to pets, such as spider plants, Boston ferns, or succulents.
Steer clear of toxic plants like lilies, poinsettias, and philodendrons, which can be harmful if ingested by pets. Prioritize their safety.
Properly care for your indoor plants to keep them healthy and pet-safe. Regularly dust the leaves and avoid overwatering.
Place houseplants out of reach of curious pets. Hang them in planters, use tall shelves, or create pet-free zones to prevent nibbling.
Keep an eye on your pets around plants. Some may be more inclined to chew, so watch for signs of nibbling and redirect their attention.
If you have a pet that's particularly interested in plants, consider providing pet-safe grasses or catnip as alternatives.
Regularly inspect your houseplants for signs of damage or wilting. Promptly remove any dead or dying leaves to prevent ingestion.