Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Noah's Houndisms! Silk Christmas Plants


Photo by Jessica Fadel on Unsplash
Photo by Jessica Fadel on Unsplash

WOOFS! A little Christmas decorating tips from one of the pawsomest crate decorating designers known in the dog universe- ME! Noah, that is! 

Decorating with Christmas-type plants can be incredibly beautiful! Barkingly, many plants can be toxic to pets while non-toxic ones may cause gastrointestinal upset if eaten in large quantities. I am pawsitive my human would not want me to have gas when all his human friends come over for a pawty. I have been known to cause a home to be evacuated! Woofs. It was a bit embarrassing and Dad wasn't happy as the humans thought it was him! Bark. Plants such as Amaryllis, Azaleas, Chrysanthemums, Evergreens, Holly, Ivy, Juniper, Lily, and Mistletoe can be toxic. Often though toxic, pawssibly fatal, the Poinsettia may irritate the mouth and stomach but are considered low toxicity.

Instead of taking any chances with Abby, Samson, or me getting poisoned or sick, our humans decorate with silk Poinsettias and the like to create a festive decor! Woofs, it's pawsitively amazing at how real some silk plants look these days.
(C) 2021, from The Dog's Paw!

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