Is your furry friend feeling anxious or stressed?
Does your dog struggle with separation anxiety?
Is your dog’s behavior causing chaos at home?
Are loud noises triggering fear in your dog?
Does your dog struggle with car rides or vet visits?
Is your senior dog experiencing restlessness or agitation?
Is your dog’s hyperactivity driving you crazy?
Is your dog struggling to adapt to a new environment or routine?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, essential oils may help!

Navigating your dog’s challenges doesn’t have to be complicated. Essential oils offer a straightforward solution to common issues like anxiety, separation distress, and disruptive behavior. When your furry friend is feeling stressed or anxious, a few drops of the doTERRA Balance or Serenity Blends, lavender, or chamomile oil can work wonders to promote calmness and relaxation. For dogs who struggle with car rides or vet visits, peppermint or ginger oil can help ease motion sickness and discomfort. And if your senior companion is feeling restless or agitated, a gentle blend of cedarwood and vetiver oil can provide soothing relief. Essential oils offer a practical way to support your dog’s well-being, helping them adapt to new environments and routines with ease.

You should always dilute the essential oils with a carrier oil Here is how to safely use the oils on your dogs:

  1. Dilution Ratio: A safe dilution ratio for most dogs is 1-3 drops of essential oil per 1 ounce (30 mL) of carrier oil. This ratio can vary depending on the size and sensitivity of the dog.
  2. Carrier Oils: Good carrier oils to use include coconut oil, olive oil, sweet almond oil, or jojoba oil. These carrier oils are gentle on the skin and help to distribute the essential oils evenly.
  3. Application: Mix the essential oil(s) with the carrier oil in a small bowl or container. Use a dropper or your fingers to apply a small amount of the diluted mixture to your dog’s paw pads. Gently massage the oil into the paw pads, taking care not to apply too much pressure.
  4. Observation: Monitor your dog for any signs of irritation or discomfort after applying the essential oils. If your dog shows any adverse reactions, such as redness, itching, or licking the paws excessively, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian.
  5. Frequency: Use essential oils on your dog’s paws sparingly and only as needed. Avoid overuse, as prolonged exposure to essential oils can potentially cause sensitization or other adverse effects.
  6. Quality: Ensure you’re using high-quality, pure essential oils that are safe for use on dogs. Avoid synthetic fragrances or oils that may contain additives or chemicals that could be harmful to your pet.

Let me know what kind of success you have had with doTERRA Essential Oils and your dogs!

Want to learn more about using Essential Oils for Healthy Living for your entire family? I would love to chat with you about your specific needs. Shoot me a note and let’s set up a time!

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