Save your pet’s life by ensuring your home has pet-friendly petals this Valentine’s Day.
You may have heard of Galentine’s Day? When gals celebrate their pals by sending gifts to one another. Well, another trend is on the rise this February 14th for those with pets… we like to call it Pawlentine’s Day.
Recent research conducted by online florist Eflorist into behaviour around Valentine’s Day gifting revealed an increase of bouquets being delivered from pets to people and even people to pets!
Euroflorist CEO Laszlo Varga states:
“Most people think Valentine’s Day is a time when people buy flowers for their other half, but over the past few years, we’ve noticed an increase of deliveries being sent to, or on behalf of a pet. Living proof that it’s not just romantic love that is celebrated at this time of year.”
However, if you are planning Valentine’s flowers to celebrate your furry friend, bear in mind that some flowers and plants can be toxic to animals.
“We frequently have customers enquiring as to whether our bouquets are pet-friendly,” says Laszlo, “and we believe it’s crucial to point out the hazards of particular flowers to domestic animals.”