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There’s nothing quite like the feeling of spring and watching the world turn green after a long winter. Unfortunately, the budding of trees and plants also brings pollens that drive our pets’ allergies crazy.
After cold winters, we anxiously wait for spring’s arrival and dream of warm and sunny days. At the first sight of spring, many of us dust off our gardening tools and begin to tend to our yards. Our pets equally enjoy this warm weather and enjoy being outside with us. It is important to recognize that many beautiful flowers we plant can be toxic to our pets, such as tulips, daffodils, certain lilies, and crocus plants.