Pet Friendly Flowers

Order affordable pet friendly flowers online for next day UK delivery. Choose from our range of beautiful blooms safe for cats and dogs, including sunflowers, roses, and orchids.

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Flowers Safe for Dogs & Cats

 

Flowers and plants are very beautiful but some types can cause health problems for animals if they eat them. Depending on the type of flower and how much is eaten, these problems can range from minor issues such as an upset stomach or skin irritation, to much more severe illnesses like kidney failure.

Whilst many pets will leave flowers alone, we know that some cats and dogs can’t resist a nibble! With this in mind, we’ve put together this collection of pet safe flowers to keep your beloved pets happy and healthy.

Non toxic flowers that are safe for both cats and dogs include roses, orchids, sunflowers, freesias, snapdragons, stocks, germini, waxflowers, statice, limonium, veronica, and lisianthus. Safe foliages include greenbell, chico palm, and pittosporum.

Non-toxic plants that are safe for dogs and cats include orchids, rose plants, spider plants, parlour palms, calatheas, Boston ferns, and areca palms.

We strongly advise that cat owners avoid lilies. Lilies are extremely toxic to cats even in small amounts, with all parts of the flower and stems posing a risk. Cats can suffer kidney failure if they eat any part of a lily. Even brushing up against lilies can be dangerous for cats if they later lick the pollen off themselves whilst grooming.

If you believe your cat has eaten a lily, we recommend seeking veterinary advice urgently. In most cases, cats have a good prognosis if they are treated quickly, but if left untreated lily poisoning is often deadly.

Some other flowers can also be poisonous in large amounts. Common symptoms include skin irritation or an upset stomach.

Flowers that can have adverse effects on cats include: alstroemeria, amaryllis, ammi, azaleas, asparagus fern, bupleurum, calla lilies, carnations, chrysanthemums, clematis, daffodils, dahlias, delphinium, eryngium, eucalyptus, eryngium, gypsophila, hyacinths, hydrangeas, hypericum, iris, peace lilies, peonies, ranunculus, ruscus, salal, sweet William, tanacetum, tulips.

Some flowers can be harmful to dogs if eaten in large quantities. These include: alstroemeria, amaryllis, asparagus fern, azalea, calla lilies, carnations, chrysanthemums, clematis, daffodils, delphiniums, gypsophila, hyacinths, hydrangeas, iris, lilies, peonies, poinsettia, tulips.