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I have a lot of plants.

Avacados--> http://i797.photobucket.com/albums/yy260/CrosstongueRJ/IMG_0962.jpg

Jade--> http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp122/SplitVeinRJ/Las%20Plantas/IMG_0125.jpg

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Cherry tree bonsai --> http://i797.photobucket.com/albums/yy260/CrosstongueRJ/IMG_0962.jpg Its just starting to take a tree shape but cant really be considered a bonsai yet.

Fairy Castle cactus --> http://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp122/SplitVeinRJ/My%20Indoor%20Garden/garden019.jpg

Red Headed Irishman Cactus--> http://www.facebook.com/home.php?filter=nf#/photo.php?pid=30367851&id=1074694445 Blooming!! :O

Red Dragon venus --> http://www.facebook.com/home.php?filter=nf#/photo.php?pid=30431452&id=1074694445

Bonsai Umbrella tree --> http://i797.photobucket.com/albums/yy260/CrosstongueRJ/IMG_0963-2.jpg

And I have some pothos and Phylodendron growing in a hanging basket over my window that I used to cultivate for my fish tanks. (yes some house plants can be submerged and grown in running water.)

So are any of those poisons to dogs? Cassy, Spike, and Halo never had a problem with them, they know that they arn't supposed to touch the plants.
I know pothos and phylodendron are bad, and my Jades killed a few bunnies who tried to eat them when they were outside. Are any of the others bad for dogs? I'd like to puppy proof any of them that are.
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Bah. Just before we got Bella we planted morning glory all over trying to get it to cover a wall!

And she's a plant-puller, too.

Now I need another vine. Any suggestions? Most of these aren't staying up anyhow but I will have to watch her to make sure she doesn't pull any of them.

Great link, thanks!

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bella you could probably spray the plant with Vinager. I use vinager on my plants when bugs start trying to eat them, it doesnt damage your plants unless your plants are very sensitive to acid/akaline levels in the soil. The bitter taste would probably deter her.
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