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The information on this website is presented to you by Ruth M Roth, Young Living
This website's testimonials and products are specific to Young Living Essential
Oils, unless otherwise noted.
Essential Oils for Dogs
I have two dogs and use essential oils on them ALL THE TIME!
Essential oils can be applied topically and by inhalation. Great results have
been achieved on very "difficult" dogs with Raindrop therapy.
Topical Application is the easiest and very effective method, because the oils
are applied directly to "where they are needed". The oils penetrate the skin and
are absorbed quickly and then enter the bloodstream.
Oils can be added to a spray bottle with water and then sprayed on the dog.
You can also add it to the Shampoo, even though I highly recommend Young
Living's "Animal Scents" Shampoo for use on your dog.
Another wonderful product for skin conditions on dogs is the
Ointment. It soothes hot spots and eliminates skin rashes quickly and safely.
Animal Scents Shampoo is
great for your pets coat. It is completely chemical free and the wonderful
scent lasts for days!
Remember to dilute oils before use. Use a carrier vegetable oils, such
as olive oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, can be used.
essential oils are not suitable for ingestion at all and can be toxic to dogs,
therefore oral application of essential oils to dogs should only be done under the
supervision of a holistic veterinarian.
Very safe and gentle. Lavender is anti-bacterial, anti-itch,
and calming. This is the best oil to use for about all common animal ailments.
It is a great first aid oil soothing to skin irritations, such as rashes and hot
spots. A "must-have" oil for your dog!
Good for treating dog anxiety such as separation and noise anxiety.
NEVER EVER use a low quality or
cheap essential oil for any purpose as this could prove to be dangerous.
information provided here is for educational purposes only, and is not intended
as diagnosis, treatment or prescription for any disease. The decision to use, or
not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader. We
recommend that you consult your licensed health care practitioner if you are
dealing with an illness.