Herbs Safe for Pets

    Ashwagandha
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    Basil 'Italian Large Leaf'
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    Calendula
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    Calendula $9.50
    Cat Grass
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    Cat Grass $8.25
    Catmint
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    Catmint $9.50
    Catnip
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    Catnip 'Lemon'
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    Chervil
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    Cilantro
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    Cilantro $8.25
    Coriander 'Vietnamese'
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    Dill 'Bouquet'
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    Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'
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    Lemon Balm
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    Parsley 'Curly'
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    Rosemary 'Arp'
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    Rosemary 'Barbeque'
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    Rosemary 'Prostrate'
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    Rosemary 'Tuscan Blue'
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    Sage 'Berggarten'
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    Sage 'Common'
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    Sage 'Purple'
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    Thyme 'English'
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    Thyme 'Lemon'
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    Turmeric
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    Basil 'Genovese'
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    Echinacea, Purple Coneflower
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    Rosemary 'Hill Hardy'
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    Thyme 'Golden Variegated'
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    As a pet owner, it's essential to consider the safety of your furry friend when growing herbs in your garden. Many plants can be toxic to animals, and even a tiny amount of ingestion leads to serious health issues. If an animal consumes an unsafe herb, the consequences range from mild to severe, depending on the type and amount of plant eaten. 

    Symptoms of herb toxicity in animals can include vomiting, lethargy, diarrhea, tremors, seizures and even organ failure. Some plants can also cause damage to the animal's central nervous system or disrupt its digestive system, leading to long-term health issues. Therefore, pet owners need to know which herbs are safe for their furry companions and keep all potentially harmful herbs out of reach. 

    Planting only pet-friendly herbs ensures your animals are safe and healthy while you enjoy gardening.


    Here are the most common herbs safe for dogs and cats:



    Basil:

    Basil is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It also contains essential oils that can help with digestion and reduce stress levels in pets, so it can be incorporated into your pet's diet. 


    Catnip:

    Catnip is one of the most well-known herbs safe for cats. It is often used as a treat or added to toys to stimulate their senses. The plant contains a compound called nepetalactone, which is believed to mimic a pheromone that cats find irresistible. 


    Cilantro:

    Cilantro is not toxic to pets and is an excellent source of vitamins A and C. It can also help with digestion and aid your dog's upset stomach.



    Parsley:

    Parsley is among the most common pet-friendly herbs. It contains antioxidants that support your animal's immune system and can even freshen its breath.


    Rosemary:

    Rosemary is not toxic to pets and even offers health benefits for your pup since it can be used as a natural flea repellant. The plant supports its digestive tract if appropriately incorporated into your pet's diet.



    Sage:

    Sage is another herb safe for cats and dogs with several health benefits. It has antibacterial and antifungal properties, which prevent infections and promote your pet's overall health.


    Turmeric:

    Turmeric is a potent anti-inflammatory agent and can help reduce pain and inflammation in pets with arthritis or other joint problems. It also has antioxidant properties, which can help protect your pet's cells from damage caused by free radicals.



    Thyme:

    Thyme is among the herbs safe for dogs and cats. It is a good source of fiber and is rich in Vitamins A, C and K, which aids in regulating your pet's optimal immune function.


    Go ahead and enjoy your garden with your furry friends. For more pet-friendly herbs, please explore our offerings.

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