CAUTION: If your dogs are very excitable and tend to be destructive in the garden, consider using plant based NOURISH liquid organic fertilizer as a foliar or drench application instead.
Initially Vita organic fertilizers will attract the dog’s attention as a new and interesting smell in the garden. With training and familiarity most problems are amicably resolved when it comes to using these fertilizers.
Introduce dogs to Talborne organic fertilizer by preferably spreading the fertilizer throughout the garden for the 1st application. Do not use on 1 shrub, tree, or container with planting as it will be dug out if the dog does not know this new smell. OR
By sprinkling a small amount – about 20ml on a lawn area where they can lap up a small quantity and so do not have to dig up the garden or shrub to investigate the new smell in their environment.
There are some ingredients like bone meal in it, which will be attractive to dogs. In small quantities it supplies good nutrients to dogs. The rich potassium component in fertilizer is what could be harmful, but only if taken in large quantities. (That is the last number) e.g., in Vita Green it is N 5: P1: K5.
Since the product is made from natural components, but like anything in life, moderation is key. If a dog eats large quantities, they could vomit or suffer from diarrhoea, depending on the quantity and blend of fertilizer they eat.