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Your pet puts a smile on your face everyday, return the favor. Experience how dōTERRAs CPTG. Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils can calm, relieve skin irritations and your pets pain in a natural alternative solution.
With a selection of pure essential oils and knowledge of basic essential oils you can provide an entire pharmacopeia of natural home remedies. Dogs with their great sense of smell can benefit from aromatherapy with much joy.
Other animals that can benefit from essential oils are: Birds Horses Rabbits Any Small Mammals *Hydrosol Essential Oils are safe to use on cats.
I have had pet owners tell me how their dog would run and hide from an ear cleaning or bath, now eagerly await their grooming session with all natural containing formulations. - Julia Rees | Pet Expert
It is very important to use the highest quality oils and dilute in a base oil at a fraction of the human dose and avoid certain oils altogether. That is why we recommend using…
essential oils because they are Certified Pure Therapeutic-Grade – a natural healthcare alternative.
CERTIFIED PURE THERAPEUTIC GRADE PURE–100% natural, no artificial ingredients, fragrances, or fillers SAFE–Certified to be free of pesticides and other chemical residues POTENT–Standardized active compounds
Aromatherapy is a way to support and nourish the human and canine bond. While also improving the health of the dog you are caring for.
It also comes with a much lower price tag, and the very nature of aromatherapy makes it beneficial for both dog and owner.
Dogs would naturally eat plants, grasses and herbs, fruit, nuts and berries.
Natural aromatic compounds in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. Essential Oil Comes From:
WHAT IS AN ESSENTIAL OIL? Natural aromatic compounds found in plants Steam distilled or cold pressed extraction Powerful, safe benefits without side effects (Oil sacs on peppermint leaf)
The domesticated pet doesnt exactly get this in his kibble. When wild dogs are sick they seek out certain foods, plants and herbs to aid in boosting them back to health.
Canine aromatherapy is still in its infancy in terms of general acceptance.
Mass produced canine aromatherapy products are now available in the aisles of pet superstores, most are synthetic chemical base which are solely fake scents and without any therapeutic value.
Three Reasons why Everyone Should Use dōTERRA Essential Oil Safe and Effective Empowering Simple to Use
How they work: Essential oils possess strong antibacterial properties, yet they work in an entirely different manner than antibiotics which are called ALLOPATHIC MEDICINE (western medicine). These medicines cover up the symptoms or trick the body into perceiving something other than what is actually there usually at the cost of a depressed immune system.
Essential oils on the other hand: seek to change the landscape of the body; balancing and tonifying it for optimal health while at the same time, alleviating symptoms and helping a dog owner to seek out possible causes for the imbalance.
When dōTERRA CPTG Essential Oils and alternative care are employed and allopathic drugs put aside except for crisis care situations, something miraculous happens Ive seen it happen and hopefully you soon will too.
With repeated use, they support and strengthen the immune system increasing vitality previously not consider possible.
Recommend oils you can add to your unscented soaps, shampoos, spritzers but keep in mind everything must be stored in a cool dark environment. PET plastic bottles, Stainless Steel or non-clear glass are preferable.
Use pure all natural soap, shampoo and any spritzers must be shaken well before each use.
Oil Blend Recipe: Calming Remedy ½ oz base oil (coconut oil or sweet almond) 2 drops Geranium 6 drops Ylang Ylang 10 drops of Lavender 2 drops of Oregano
Spritiz Recipe: Soothing Spray Remedy 5 0z of Distilled Water ½ 0z Witch-Hazel as base with a Teaspoon of Vegetable Glycerin 10 drops of Lavender 6 drops of Ylang Ylang 2 drops of Geranium 10 drops of Grapefruit 1 drop Oregano
What to use for: Calming your pet Massage one drop of Lavender essential oil during shampooing, this will help calm and relax your pet.
What to use for: Arthritis, Dysplasia, Sprains & Strians Apply a few drops of Peppermint oil to any areas where your pet is experiencing discomfort from arthritis, dysplasia, a sprain or strain. The oil can be combined with carrier oil, such as Fractionated Coconut Oil or Olive Oil, for easier application.
What to use for: Skin Issues Apply a few drops of Lavender essential oil to sensitive skin areas to soothe irritated and inflamed skin and minimize pets discomfort. For cuts and scrapes Lavender naturally disinfects the wound and helping it heal faster with its antiseptic properties. The oils can be combined with an ointment and applied to the wound.
What to use for: Fleas & Dandruff Apply 4 drops of Melaleuca to 2 ounces of Non-Medicated Dog Shampoo. Shampoo your pet OUTDOORS, or at your local dog bath, lathering well. Any fleas, will try to flea the dog when you bathe him or her and you probably dont want any more fleas in the house. Rinse your pet well and thoroughly dry the fur. It is suggested to only give your pet this bath no more than once a week. Most dogs have very soft fur after this bath making brushing easier.
What to use for: Colds, Cough or Upset Stomach When your pet is experiencing a cold and its many side effects, Peppermint will be your oil of choice. Apply Peppermint directly to the animals throat when coughing – will stop almost immediately. For upset stomach combine Peppermint with carrier oil, such as Fractionated Coconut Oil or Olive Oil and rub on belly.