It is always essential to keep your dog happy and healthy, especially when they are home all day. One way to do this is by providing them with an exciting environment that will stimulate their senses. Indoor plants can be a great addition to any dog’s living space because they provide both function and beauty! This article will discuss three dog friendly indoor plants that make a great addition to your dog’s home.
The spider plant is one of the easiest houseplants to grow indoors or out due to its hardy nature. It has long stems with clusters of tiny flowers which hang from the underside of leaves in summertime. This plant can survive in low light conditions and prefers moisture during the summer months. It does best in cooler temperatures, between 60-65 degrees Fahrenheit.
The peace lily has long been a popular indoor houseplant due to its attractive foliage and ease of care. This tough little flower will grow well even under low light conditions, which makes it an excellent choice for dog owners who want plants that are safe around their pets but don’t have much time or effort to spend on their upkeep. Water regularly during warmer seasons when the soil starts to dry out completely; less frequently during colder times when the soil needs moistening only once every couple of weeks. Peace Lilies do not like cold drafts so keep them away from windows that are exposed to temperatures below 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
The corn plant, or Dracaena fragrans
Another dog-friendly indoor houseplant option for dog owners on the go who don’t want to spend time caring for their plants but still enjoy having some greenery around the house. The Corn Plant has long been popular among dog lovers as it’s toxic to dogs, so they can safely brush up against its leaves without getting sick. Water this low-maintenance houseplant regularly during warmer seasons and less frequently in more relaxed environments where the soil stays moist longer; allow the top layer of soil to dry before watering again.
To conclude, dog owners who are plant lovers but dog owners should be aware of the potential dangers that houseplants may pose to their pets.