Recipes For Pets

Posted on October 12, 2015 by J'ai Golden | 0 Comments

  
Doggy Hot Spots
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3 drops Chamomile Roman

20ml Evening Primrose Oil

3 drops Helichrysum

10 drops Lavender

4 drops Peppermint

10 drops Tea Tree

4 oz Lavender floral water (optional)

Use this blend to soothe inflamed or infected skin on fido. Blend all ingredients together. Apply to affected area or use the blend of essential oils in a lavender floral water and mist the skin. 
Doggy Deodorizer
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6 drops Bergamot

1 drop Eucalyptus Lemon

2 drops Lemon or Lemongrass

1 cup water

Spritzer bottle

Put 8-10 drops of essential oil per cup of water in a spray mist bottle. Shake well and spray fragrance in the air or in a specific area such as a bathroom or any area frequently visited by your pets.
Flea Powder & Doggy Deodorizer
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20 drops Citronella

20 drops Lemon

30 drops Pennyroyal

20 drops Rosemary

Blend the following into a fine powder: 2 cups dried pennyroyal, 2 cups dried lavender, 1 cup dried rosemary, 2 lbs cornstarch, 1 extra large box of baking soda.
Mix all ingredients and let the oil intermingle for a few days. Sprinkle on your pets coat.
Fido's Stress-free Home Spray
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6 drops Cedarwood

2 drops Tea Tree

This combination of essential oils will help to relieve stress from your everyday life. Fill 120ml spray bottle with floral water. Add essential oils and shake well. Spray mist into the air. Shake well before each use.
 
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a word of caution....
Please be careful not to use any of our aromatherapy products in your canine's eyes or nose. No matter how natural our products are, Essential Oils contain chemical properties and should always be used sensibly. Our aromatherapy products are for external use only!
Never use our canine aromatherapy products on cats, birds, ferrets etc. Each species can tolerate essential oils in a different way and some just cannot at all. You should never use essential oils near your birds, on your birds nor ever diffuse oils near them.

 

Medical disclaimer: The information provided herein is for personal interest and informational purposes only. It is NOT intended to offer medical treatment for any condition. Essential oils are very concentrated and are not to be used undiluted on the skin or taken internally otherwise instructed by your Doctor. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

 

 

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