Football season is here! Welcome home your new MVP September 1-30! $25 Adoptions for all adult dogs and adult cats at our Dallas Animal Care Center, Ellis Animal Care Center, and in Foster.
THE Myron K. Martin Clinic is open for spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats. Make an appointment today.
Save lives today with a gift that will go straight to work protecting and caring for animals throughout North Texas.
Volunteer and make every day special for the animals in our shelters. Give your time and heart based on your schedule and interests.
Certain plants, such as lilies and poinsettias, can be toxic to pets if they are ingested. Even if your pet doesn’t chew on plants, it’s a good idea to check to make sure the plant is safe for your pets before you buy it. Here are a few popular, inexpensive house plants that will add color to your home without the chance they can be toxic to your pets!
Love flowers but hate the upkeep that many require? Enter the polka-dot plant. With beautiful pink and green leaves, this plant will add a gorgeous splash of color to your living space.
Most succulents are non-toxic, and the Haworthia is an eye-catching choice perfect for those living in smaller spaces or have a busy lifestyle.
These lovely plants add greenery and can come in all sizes to fit your home.
One of the best things about bamboo is that you can grow it without the mess of dirt! You can use soil, or simply keep it in a vase of water or a pot with rocks to keep it secured.
Thankfully, most of these stunning exotic plants with colorful flowers are pet-safe. Orchid care isn’t difficult, but requires a bit of maintenance to make sure your plant is happy.
These unique-looking plants are considered lucky, and add elegance to any space!
For a more in-depth look at plant toxicity, take a look at this guide from the ASPCA.
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