[New Product] Bell Rock Growers Organic Self Grow Pet Greens
Plants and flowers are a lovely way to bring the outdoors into your home, but have you ever caught your dog or cat nibbling a leaf or petal? Many pets like to eat plants, grass and flowers. While there are various reasons for this behavior, from trying to fill nutritional gaps to just liking the taste, eating plants can be dangerous for your pet. In fact, some plants can be highly toxic to cats and dogs. Grow your own healthy pet greens to fulfill your pet’s crave to graze with Bell Rock Growers Organic Self Grow Pet Greens.
Why do dogs and cats eat grass?
Dogs and cats eats plants, grass and flowers for many reasons, including boredom, playfulness, hunger and to satisfy nutritional and/or digestive needs. Grass is the most common plant that dogs will eat, and while grass itself poses little harm for your pet, there is no way to know what is on that grass that could be dangerous. Fertilizer, weed killer and pesticides could make your pet very sick. Other plants and flowers are also toxic for cats and dogs. Popular houseplants like diffenbachia, philodendrons, ferns, lilies, and poinsettias can all be poisonous for pets.
That’s why it’s important to be sure the pretty new houseplant you bring home to liven up the living room is safe for pets to eat. The ASPCA provides an alphabetized list of over 1,000 toxic and non-toxic plants to help pet parents distinguish which plants could be a threat to their pets’ health.
How to stop pets from eating toxic plants
There are steps you can take prevent your cat or dog from eating plants that can be harmful to them, such as:
- Hang indoor houseplants from the ceiling in hanging planters
- Keep grass and hedges trimmed low
- Use non-toxic fertilizer and pest repellents on lawn and garden
- Spray potentially harmful plants with Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray
- Supply your pet with a safe, healthy pet grass alternative
Signs of pet poisoning include drooling/mouth foaming, vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, bloody stool, lethargy, loss of appetite, irregular heartbeat, nosebleeds/bruising, and inability to urinate. In case of accidental toxic plant ingestion, be sure to keep the phone numbers of your veterinarian and/or emergency veterinary clinic close at hand. You can also call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435.
Bell Rock Growers Organic Self Grow Pet Greens provide living nutrition pets crave
Satisfy your pet’s need to gnaw with Bell Rock Growers Organic Self Grow Pet Greens. It’s like growing a garden just for your pet! Simple to grow right out of their own bag or tub, these nutritious cereal grasses delight cats, dogs, birds and reptiles with tasty, fresh and nutritive greens they naturally crave.
Bell Rock Growers Organic Self Grow Pet Greens are available in three varieties, including Pet Greens Garden with GMO-Free Organic Wheatgrass, Pet Greens Medley with Certified Organic Cereal Grass (may contain oat, rye, barley) , and the Pet Greens Garden Tub with GMO-Free Organic Wheatgrass. All are packed with nutrients your pet needs and grow fast and easy in your own home in just 5-7 days. In fact, you can grow them right out of their own bag or tub. Just spread the seeds, add water and find a sunny spot…Mother Nature will do the rest!
Give your dog or cat certified USDA Organic greens that help support healthy digestion, prevent hairballs, and boost dietary calcium and protein with Bell Rock Growers Organic Self Grow Pet Greens.