Asked on May 14, 2017

What are some non-toxic out door plants for dogs?



I have a 7 month old cock-a-poo that will eat

anything in sight! She will chew on the bark of a tree , she will ear sticks , AND then throw up. I have removed everything from my FLOWER GARDEN AND STARTING ALL OVER! PLEASE HELP!
2 answers
  • Shoshana
    on May 14, 2017

    ASPCA has a nice extensive list of toxic and non-toxic plants to dogs.
  • 2dogal
    on May 15, 2017

    The underlying problem is chewing. It's not healthy. To teach her not to chew, either spray everything with one of those commercial no-chew sprays found in pet stores or sprinkle everything - leaves, sticks, shoes, etc. with red pepper. Yes, it stings. But that's the point. She will learn with just a few chews that there are only certain things she can chew on. Red pepper has to be reapplied after a rain. And Yes, you have to stick with it, but isn't that better than the aggravation of having a dog chew for the rest of it's life?
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