Be aware of poisonous plants!

Posted by Theresa Goiffon on Thursday, May 13, 2010 Under: Dog Health and Current News related topics

Welcome to May in Wisconsin! 

We are between wardrobes at our house, anywhere from tee-shirts and shorts to winter coats and long johns!  

As we begin to decide when and what to plant in our acre garden, it's a good time to take a look at what plants can be potentially dangerous to our pets. 

I just recently received a reminder from the AKC of this exact topic. The Canine Health Foundation has a really great list of plants our dogs should avoid. 

I thought my friends, families and website visitors might find this helpful and actually very important when it comes to plants that could be toxic to our dogs.

check this link and learn which plants to avoid if you have dogs! 

Enjoy Spring and enjoy your flowers with peace of mind that your 4-legged family won't become ill or worse due to plants in your garden.

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Theresa Greetings from Northwestern Wisconsin! I am a wife, mother, grandmother, breeder and author. I also work with helping small businesses with their website needs. Previously, I had a 25 year banking career. Retired several years ago, as a Vice President of Commercial Banking and Business Development Director for a financial institution. I have owned and raised dogs and cats for over 40 years. In 2007, we started to show and raise Australian Terriers. We now have 10 Australian Terriers and 1 Australian Shepherd an a Great Pyrenees. Breeder of Multiple Best in Show Aussies. We own and have bred some of the top Australian Terriers in the USA. We have bred and co-own the 16th and 17th Best in Show Australian Terrier in America he held the #1 in All-Breed in the USA in both 2013 and 2014. We have bred/own/handle the 2015 #1 Australian Terrier in the USA Jake who also won his first Best in Show with my 15 year old daughter Ellie handling him. Jake is only the 2nd "red" Australian Terrier to ever win a BIS. Breeder of 2 Australian Terriers to Win Best of Breed Westminster 2014 and 2015. We have Championed many Aussies and we have Champions in training, that being said, our dogs are first and foremost our companions. I take my role as a breeder very seriously. I support health testing and temperament testing as well as evaluating proper conformation prior to breeding. We believe in breeding for quality not quantity. We do not ship our puppies. Regardless of whether your puppy comes from us or not I hope you find our site a helpful resource. If you have questions about our program or about the Aussie Terrier, please e-mail me or give me a call@ 715-689-2675. Thanks for visiting us! Blessings, Theresa