Some pets can be fascinated with plants and the garden. It is important to make sure you are aware of the plants in your household if you happen to have a 'plant-eating pet'. Many people are not aware of how toxic many indoor and outdoor plants, and also cut flower arrangements can be to our beloved pets. Some of the most common culprits are aloe vera, daffodil, baby’s breath, carnations and lilies. For a full list of all the poisonous plants to watch out for see the link. Please consult your garden nursery, botanical garden, local veterinarian, or poisons centre for more information relating to toxic plants in your garden or environment.