As we gear up for the holidays, many are decking the halls with festive plants. But with new flowers brings curious pets, and many plants we decorate with may bring potential dangers to our furry friends. While some flowers are harmless for people, cats and dogs are at a greater risk of touching or ingesting them out of curiosity or boredom. That's why ProFlowers created the below guide of more than 100 poisonous plants, and which are especially dangerous for cats and dogs, so you can opt for safer decor in your home. See the full guide below.