Essential Oils save money on high price pet care

Next time your dog has an issue such as an ear infection, try using essential oils before spending at least $50 at the vet. Essential oils can be used on dogs and they respond really well to the oils. Unlike medications or shots given to your pet at the vet, essential oils do not harm your dog, they have no side effects, and are 100% natural. Oils can do something that no other medicine can do, they are absorbed directly into the skin and can penetrate cell membranes to get to work within a matter of seconds. They can also be used for dogs in training because many essential oils help with anxiety and can help your dog concentrate. 

 

You use oils on your dog the same way as you would on a human and directly apply it on their belly, coat, paw, or they can inhale it straight from your hands or the bottle! Essential oils are also great for strengthening the immune system because they contain antioxidants. You should use the gentle oils on your pet and avoid the more harsh oils. Be sure to dilute the oil before using on your pooch. (Lena Hunt Co. blends oils just for your pets so you don't have to worry about how to mix them properly.)

 

Essential Oils For Pets

Various oils and blends can be used in a variety of ways on your pets and other animals. They are perfect for first aid, tick repellent, treatment for fleas, shampoo, joint care, ear cleaner, and a treatment for emotional problems and anxiety. Many of God's creatures have very dry skin, mange and other skin problems that are only aggravated by the medications and lotions that are prescribed by vets or for found over the counter. When these don't work, 100% pure coconut oil and/or coconut oil with African shea butter does the trick immediately. Essential oils from plants can help reduce or cure physical and emotional problems. Organizations and people who work with animals and animals and children can use essential oils such as lavender and chamomile (to name just a couple) to help ease any anxiety and tension that either the children or animals may be experiencing. 

 

If you care about your pet, natural and organic products should be your only option. Always read a reference book or do your research on an oil and the suggested amount before using it on your puppy, kittens and cats. Be sure to seek the advice of your veterinarian. If you have questions, we are here to help. Contact: lenahunt@live.com or 954.328.2501.