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Most dog owners know that fleas, cuts and bruises are some of the risks in owning a dog, and many wish they could find natural solutions for dealing with these problems. If you have been searching for natural tips to fight dog fleas, ticks, cuts and bruises, I suggest you begin to explore the benefits of using essential oils for your dog. Essential oils, used in the proper amounts, is a relatively safe solution for dogs. It is said that essential oils do not disturb the balance in the natural oils in a dog’s skin or coat. Besides, dogs have good instinct and are quite capable of sensing what is safe for them. In this article, I will give you some quick tips on how to use them on your faithful friend, as well as some reasons why I choose use essential oils on my dog.
In using essential oils for your pet, it is important to understand which oil is beneficial for your particular situation. Here are a few quick essential oil tips that I have found useful.
Lavender or thyme: If your dog has a fresh cut or bruise, it may be time to make use of your lavender essential oil or thyme essential oil to clean the wound. Both Lavender Essential Oil and Thyme Essential Oil are natural disinfectants and antibiotics so there should be no need to worry if the dog licks the wound after the essential oil solution has been applied. After all, she will not be interacting with any unnatural substance.
Dogs tend to pick up fleas, ticks and small parasites as they interact with other dogs or roll around in the grass and other outdoor areas. So how do you fight dog fleas and ticks? Lemongrass Essential Oil and Citronella Essential Oil are handy for helping to discourage fleas, ticks and small parasites from becoming a pest to your dog or your home. Remember, using essential oils externally is fairly safe in the appropriate amount. Do not get carried away while focusing on the fragrance by adding more than is necessary as essential oils are concentrated and can be harmful if abused.
Cedarwood, Pine or Lavender: If your dog has severe flea, tick or parasite issues apply Cedarwood Essential Oil, Pine Essential Oil or Lavender Essential Oil.
Note: You may need to use larger proportions for larger dogs or dogs with more hair
I hope you found these natural tips to fight dogs fleas, ticks, cuts and bruises helpful. Read also How Lavender Essential Oil Helped My Dog
Any health advice issued by this site is not a substitute for medical treatment or diagnosis by a doctor. Recipes that suggest the ingestion of essential oils should be approached with caution. While essential oils are very beneficial when used topically or for their aromas, ingestion is typically not recommended. Rochelle Simone does not sell or promote the use of essential oils for consumption.
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