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Are any herbs toxic to dogs? As far as we know, most herbs—your rosemary, thyme, basil and dill—are safe for cats and dogs, but there is one that frequently colors a person’s garden that can cause a sometimes severe—and definitely strange— illness. As for fruits and vegetables, tomatoes (particularly the leaves) can be toxic to ...
Thyme. Thyme is non-toxic and safe for felines. This herb is also a great source of antioxidants, dietary fiber, vitamins A & C, iron, calcium, riboflavin, manganese, copper, and magnesium. Thyme can help your cat improve their immune system and prevent bacterial or fungal growth.
Chives: Chives is one of the most vicious herbs for dogs, cats, and even horses. It can cause panting, high heart rate, weakness, blood in urine, vomiting, hemolytic anemia, or the breaking down of red blood cells.
Certain herbs, such as pennyroyal, evening primrose, borage, eucalyptus, and comfrey, are herbs toxic to cats. Catnip, ginger, chamomile, calendula, echinacea, and slippery elm bark, however, are safe herbs for cats and may actually be beneficial for helping your cat with various ailments. Many herbs offer safe medicinal benefits for cats.
Rosemary: Another safe herb for your cat that provides a decent amount of vitamins (A and C), and minerals (folate and calcium), is rosemary. However, it should be noted that too much can cause an upset stomach due to the oils contained in the herb. Thyme: Thyme is considered non-toxic for cats, and the oil from the herb (thymol) can help ...