From basil, mint and beyond, find out what plants are safe for your bird’s cage—and which are poisonous for your pet.
For those of us who love houseplants but want to keep our pets safe.
These pet-friendly container garden recipes will help you to make a container garden with beautiful plants that are right for your particular space and safe for your pets.
Some of the most popular holiday plants can be hazardous to our pets. Here are five pet-safe holiday plants for decorating and gifting this season.
Our favorite? Parlor palm.
Growing your own pet-safe varieties of fresh vegetables is a fun and easy way to deliver a healthy homegrown treat to your dog.
Do you know if your garden is filled with plants poisonous to cats? Keep your cat safe by knowing which common indoor and outdoor houseplants are toxic to your cat.
As the holidays approach, be wary of which seasonal plants are dangerous for pets.
Most brackish aquariums showcase those few, rare, odd species that have specially adapted to a freshwater and saltwater habitat. Learn about four brackish water plants that thrive in this combination environment.
Some plants can give your pup diarrhea, others are extremely poisonous and can cause serious problems.
Want your bird’s culinary experience to blossom? Try adding a few safe, edible flowers to their diet. A bird’s diet is generally made up of pelleted foods, fruit, vegetables and treats, says Byron J.S. de la Navarre, DVM at the Animal House of Chicago. Edible flowers aren’t typically something birds eat and their unique textures can provide an enriching, foraging-type of activity for them.
Are you looking to create the ultimate dog garden? Check out this guide for dog-friendly plants that are sure to impress without posing threats to your furry friend.
Spring is the season of flowers—but which ones are safe for your pet? Decorate your home with these 5 pet-safe plants this season to keep you and your pet happy.
BeChewy looks at why cats eat plants and what you can do to prevent it.
BeChewy looks at why your cat might eat plants and when you should get concerned for your cat's safety.
CatChannel expert Jeanne Adlon, professional cat sitter, offers techniques to curb your cat's houseplant-digging behavior.
BeChewy explores 15 of the most beautiful pond plants for your water garden, including water lilies and water hyacinths.
As long as they are acclimated to salt slowly, many plants can withstand brackish conditions.