Spray to Keep Pets Away From Plants

The idea is simple: to make your cat or dog understands you had a lot of trouble to cultivate the plants. Who came first? It does not matter. What counts is to know that there is a limit to the species that you choose, with the maximum penalty to see your pussy from this to a better one.
Among the basic rules, you need to teach him that there is a place that is his alone either in the backyard or a small balcony. This means leaving the place without traces of plants and without interference. If you prefer, do the opposite, book a balcony to the forest of your dreams and make it clear that, in that territory, it does not step. However, if you live at home with front and back yard garden, which usually has an area with soil, use his instinct to delimit the space he can attend. Identify the location where the animal is more and let there be your play corner. If the apartment allows pet circulate everywhere, spray the plants mixing water with cinnamon and India clove. They do not like these smells. Another surefire trick is to control despair if you arrive late in the afternoon and the massacre of flowers and plants has happened. The pets can take that as an incentive and will do so again at the first opportunity. Of all the tips, however, the most important is you search and know the plants that can and can not, under any circumstances, be present in your garden. You know: instinctively they bite, lick, sniff and chew everything they find ahead, especially if they are young. The plants can be comfortable with their living herbs including medicinal, as Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla), fennel (Pimpinella anisum), Herb-de-cat (cataria Nepeta), Grass-São Paulo (Cynodon dactylon), and the grass-santo (Cymbopogon citratus). Those who never, at any time, can be devoured by the doggies are: Me-anyone-can (Dieffenbachia ssp), because it causes inflammation of the tongue, vomiting, diarrhea and suffocation; Calla Lilies (Zantedeschia aethiopica Spreng) which causes inflammation of the tongue and vomiting; Poinsettia Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrica), which irritates the skin, causing nausea, vomiting and diarrhea; Oleander (Nerium oleander) that provides cardiac and eat disorders and, finally, the Onze-hours (Portucala grandiflora), whose toxic leaves and flowers inflamed tongue, causing burning and vomiting, can kill by asphyxiation. Follow this information and have the peace reigning between your pet and your favorite plants.