Gardening season is here! Plant bulbs are just as excited to break through the ground to add some color to our yards as we are to see some greenery! That said, we need to be aware of the potential dangers spring plants can be for our pets. Here is a list from the ASPCA of some of the most common spring plants (toxic and non toxic) and their toxicities..… so you know how to pet-proof your garden and keep your pet safe! Fertilizers and pesticides can be dangerous for your pets as well. Read labels and be sure you are using a product safe for pets, before applying to your yard or garden.  The best thing any pet owner can do is to be educated on the household toxins (both inside the house and out in the garden!) – that way you make sure how to pet proof your house appropriately. Make sure to keep all these products in labeled, tightly-sealed containers out of your pet’s reach. When in doubt, please call Pet Poison Helpline at 1-800-213-6680 with any questions or concerns if you’re worried that your pet could have inadvertently gotten into anything!