Now that’s the trend decorate with plants It blooms, you may have decided to add a plant to your decoration. But if your house is hairy with 4 legs, you should know which plants are dangerous to them, like these 15 poisonous plants for dogs and cats, and also know which ones are safe.

Non-toxic plants for pets

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As for the latter, safe plants, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or ASPCA, has a large list of plants classified as poisonous and non-toxic to dogs and cats. We got them from there 11 safe houseplants for cats and dogs. Let’s see what plants that you can add to your decoration without fear.

Bamboo.

Bamboo.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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The bamboo plant is an elegant and stylish plant that can decorate from a small corner to the entire wall. In addition, he is credited with the gift of giving happiness. If it’s on this list, it’s because it’s safe for dogs and cats.

Zebra cactus.

Zebra cactus.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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This type of cactus does not have the characteristic thorns or spines that cacti usually have, and it is also safe for pets. Given the popularity of the cactus lately, you may be interested to know that this cactus is completely safe for dogs and cats.

Kalatheja from Kalateja.
Kalateja.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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Another completely safe plant for pets and great decorative powers thanks to its beautiful exotic leaves.

Fern.

Fern.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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Another modern plant, the fern. And not only because it is safe for dogs and cats, but because, in addition to being very beautiful, it is one of the plants that purifies the air in the home the most.

Maranta.
Maranta.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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This houseplant is tropical and safe for pets. Also, if you don’t like large plants and just want to add a green touch here and there, this plant is perfect because it usually doesn’t grow more than 30 inches.

Basil, rosemary and sage.

Culinary herbs.  Plants safe for dogs and cats

There are many herbs or culinary herbs that are safe for pets. So, if you have any of that in the kitchen, you should not worry. Here we can see more details about this beautiful indoor garden.

Areca or yellow palm.

Areca palm.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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In addition to being a non-toxic plant for dogs or cats, areca or yellow palm is also one of the plants that best purifies the air.

Horsetail palm.

Palm rep.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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Originally from Guatemala, this other indoor plant is also safe for pets. It has a beautiful design with a very thick stem at the base and a drop of willow-shaped leaves which makes it very attractive.

Hoya carnosa or wax flower.

Hoya meaty.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

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A beautiful and small plant that, in addition to being safe for dogs and cats, is also very decorative, both because of the green leaves and because of the flowers it gives when it blooms.

Peperomia Obtusifolia.

Peperomia obtusifolia.  A safe plant for dogs and cats

Safe houseplant for animals and very, very easy to care for and maintain. Almost like a tiger’s tongue or sansevieria.

Succulents.

Succulents Safe plant for dogs and cats

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Fortunately, succulents are also safe for pets; and I say fortunately, for as you well know, there has been a whole flowering of this plant which has flooded all homes.

And so far a list of safe plants for pets. To see all the safe plants and those that aren’t, we can visit the list published by the ASPCA.

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