Often used in oil form, lavender is much more than just a pretty flower. In fact, it’s so versatile that it can be used as a natural flea repellent and can help to keep your dog flea and tick free.
Lavender oil is anagelsic, carminative, antidepressive, antiseptic and posessess anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, and antifugal properties.
How to Use Lavender Essential Oil on Dogs
Add a few drops of therapeutic grade lavender oil in your dog’s shampoo, or dilute it in water to use as a spray.
You can mix 5-10 drops of therapeutic grade lavender oil with coconut oil.
You can also mix lavender oil with apple cider vinegar, salt, baking soda and water for the dog’s fur.
Before brushing the dog’s fury, simply dip the comb in this mixed oil and give a nice long brush throughout your dog’s body.
Lavender oil can also be used against other health issues with dogs.
Lavender oil is can be used on dogs to treat separation anxiety, calming puppies and hyper dogs.
Lavender oil can be found to shrink tumors in dogs.
Lavender oil can be used for dog itchy skin pain, hot spots and wounds. It can sooth irritated skin and can help prevent infection from over-scratching.
Lavender oil is completely safe when used properly, and a must-have for your doggie medicine chest!
Improve Your Dog’s Health
Fortunately, by simply adding turmeric with some coconut oil to your dog’s food, you can improve your dog’s health significantly. Turmeric has been shown to contain Anti-Inflammatory Properties,. It’s been used to relieve joint pain, promote cardiovascular health, help with digestive issues and bowel health, and can even prevent and stop cancerous cells.
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Small dogs should start with about 1/4 teaspoon per day
Medium dogs can start with 1/2 teaspoon per day
Large dogs can start with 3/4 teaspoon per day
Giant dogs can start with 1 teaspoon per day