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Dogs and Essential Oils Featured

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Many dog trainers, veterinarians, and animal care providers have turned to Pure, Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oils to use in place of toxic and harmful ingredients commonly found in pet products.  The use of pure, quality essential oils are used to assist dogs with anxiety issues, behavioral issues, fears and phobias, aggression, and even health care issues. Dogs that come completely unglued at the Fourth of July, now rest peacefully throughout the night with essential oils being diffused in the room.  Or, dogs that couldn’t ride in a car without experiencing motion sickness, can now ride comfortably when oil is petted onto them prior to getting into the car. 

It’s important to know that not all essential oils are created equal, especially when using them on our pets.  Most of the essential oils that you find in the health food stores are filled with synthetic ingredients in them to “stretch” them and make them more profitable to make. 


The oil should be not only be safe to apply to the skin but also to consume internally and used as aromatherapy.  In fact, most Veterinarians that regularly use essential oils in their practice only recommend Young Living Essential Oils due to the extremely high quality. 

Teryn Jones of 4 Paws Training in Menifee uses oils with the dogs she trains.  She says, “Before it took a long time of consistent training to see improvement in major behavior problem cases.  Essential oils does not replace training, but it helps facilitate it – naturally, and without the use of toxic drugs.  I see immediate improvement with the oils as compared to other methods and medications I used in the past.”

If you intend to incorporate the use of essential oils, do your homework and find the company that has the highest standards in producing their oils.


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