Need a breath of fresh spring air? People are snapping pictures of their dogs alongside happy daffodils and sharing them across the internet in a seriously sweet trend.
One important word of warning: daffodils are toxic to pets. According to the Pet Poison Helpline, all parts of the daffodil are toxic to dogs, including bulb, flower, and leaves. The chief symptoms are vomiting and stomach pain. If you see or suspect your dog has eaten daffodils or daffodil bulbs, take your dog to the vet. Click here for more on flowers toxic to dogs.
British golden retriever @BennyBoyGr sparked a resurgence of the spring hashtag last week, and the results are cheering the hearts of people across the globe.
Dogs with daffodils
@BennyBoygr I played amongst the daffodils in fields of golden yellow …hope you like my picture ? pic.twitter.com/2f9tS8Jnpf
— Sir Charli-brown (@mycharlibrown) March 16, 2017
I am loving the #DogsWithDaffodils ? Lilly Dog @olive_blacklab @alfiewoofwoof @DoggyBonar004 @Lolablacklab pic.twitter.com/f21POpOCix
— Lesley Chilvers (@Dogs_ArtAndMore) March 20, 2017
Love that there is an actual Twitter thread called #DogsWithDaffodils pic.twitter.com/iLf9PM1AZa
— Morag Tilford (@MoragTilford) March 19, 2017
Dachs-o-dil ??? @BennyBoygr #DogsWithDaffodils pic.twitter.com/0Vep9lh2to
— The Squirmy Worm (@TheSquirmyWorms) March 15, 2017
@Dougal_the_Lab We found some!#DogsWithDaffodils pic.twitter.com/I4JIcSDDi2
— Steve Kelly (@lairhope) March 19, 2017
Doing my bit for #dogswithdaffodils. pic.twitter.com/mrLR6izx4a
— Charlie Labradawsome (@charlie_lab) March 19, 2017
This little soul makes my every day a happy day #InternationalDayOfHappiness #love #happinessday #dogsoftwitter #DogswithDaffodils pic.twitter.com/pNYg3th5ps
— Jo Harris (@Joharris1JoJo) March 20, 2017
This afternoon’s attempt to find a suitable location for a #DogsWithDaffodils contribution was a singular disappointment ? pic.twitter.com/OdmFzgnkK6
— Dougal the Lab (@Dougal_the_Lab) March 19, 2017
Featured image: Charlie Labradawesome