What to Plant for a Pet Friendly Garden

Everyone wants what's best for their pets. If you're growing your own vegetables and herbs at home, why not try growing something in your garden for your cat or dog? Here's just a few products that might help your pet become healthier, and happier. 

Organic Barley Cat Grass Garden Sprinkles- Cats love grass. They nap and play on it, and like to eat it too. Wheat grass is good for cats, providing essential vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in Chlorophyll which acts as a natural detoxifier, mild antibiotic and deodorizer. Wheatgrass benefits their digestive health, stimulates blood flow, and is a chemical free, organic, and non-toxic treat for your kitty. 

Cat "Grass-In-A-Bag"- An easy to grow organic treat for pet health and vitality. Includes: organic seed, growing medium, coconut husks for drainage, directions. Bag 7" high x 6" wide.

Catnip Garden Sprinkles- A member of the mint family, catnip attracts 80% of all cats, domestic and wild. Even lions and tigers are sensitive to the oils in the stems, leaves and flowers. Growing catnip for your cats will increase their ability to relax, and be happy. It's very beneficial for it's "calming effect". 

Organic Barley Dog Grass Garden Sprinkles- They roll and play on it, and like to eat it too. Barley grass is good for dogs, providing essential vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in Chlorophyll which acts as a natural detoxifier, mild antibiotic and deodorizer. An easy to grow treat for pet health and vitality. Encourage a healthier coat, and better digestion. 

Dog "Grass-In-A-Bag"- Grow your dog an organic treat. Kit includes everything you need to get growing!  Wonderful for aiding in better digestion. 

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