Avoid Toxic Plants In Your Landscape

Did you know the ASPCA receives over 200,000 calls a year regarding potential pet poisonings? 


Some of our most common indoor and outdoor plants are toxic to dogs and cats. Rhododendrons, Daffodils, and Dieffenbachia are toxic to both cats and dogs, yet these are just three of a large number of plants that could cause potential health problems for your pets. 


Garden Keeper offers a Pet-Friendly Plant Assessment that includes a site visit, followed by a report documenting any potentially toxic plants in your yard as well as recommended alternative plants that are non-toxic. 

Put your mind at ease knowing your pets can play in your yard without the worry of a toxic plant reaction, expensive vet bills, or even a potentially lethal poisoning. 

It's FREE to setup an initial consultation. Click the button below to contact a gardening expert who can help you create a pet-friendly yard!