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Aromatherapy Recipes

Here are some easy homemade aromatherapy recipes for your dogs comfort. Natural Organic remedies for daily health issues.

Blend to Relieve Skin Problems
Pour the following essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and fill with Calendula oil. Apply to afflicted area.

5 drops Lavender
6 drops Geranium

Blend to Relieve Itching
Pour the following essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and fill with Calendula oil. Apply to afflicted area.

4 drops Lavender
5 drops Geranium
3 drops Roman Chamomile

Blend to Combat Fleas
Fleas are nuisances for man and animal alike. This sinister pest hides within your pets' fur as well as in our carpets, parquet and window coverings.

Prepare the following blend by pouring the following ingredients into a 1-oz spray bottle:

7.5 ml Mint essential oil
22.5 ml rubbing alcohol

Fleas absolutely dislike mint! Spray the affected areas of your home. Don't forget your dog's bed. Spray directly onto your dog, holding the bottle about 10 inches from him. Avoid spraying on the head and eyes.

Blend to Combat Ticks
Check your home and pet for ticks - look in his bed, window coverings, walls, etc. Burn the ones you find to prevent them from coming back.

Prepare the following blend by pouring the essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and adding organic vegetable oil to fill.

10 drops Tea Tree
10 drops Lavender

Apply 1 drop of Lavender and 1 drop of Tea Tree undiluted essential oils before extracting ticks from your pet. This will disinfect the inflamed area. It may sting a little bit (as alcohol would) but it works great!

Blend to Ease Rheumatism
Like humans, many dogs suffer from rheumatism as they age. Your veterinarian may treat him with specific medications or natural therapies. But locally, you can apply and massage the following blend in the morning and night to alleviate pain.

Prepare the following blend by pouring the essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and adding organic vegetable oil to fill.

8 drops Birch
8 drops Juniper
7 drops Rosemary

Blend to Ease Arthritis
As recommended by some veterinarians, soften your dog's bed to make it very cozy and warm. If your dog is an 'outside' pet, allow him to sleep inside. A little moist heat, applied directly over painful joints, can be a great comfort to arthritic pets. Get him a warm sweater, or apply a moist heating pad. And massage the area twice a day with the following blend to soothe the pain away.

Prepare the following blend by pouring the essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and adding organic vegetable oil to fill.

12 drops Birch
8 drops Juniper
7 drops Rosemary

Blend to Boost His Energy
Prepare the following blend by pouring the essential oils into a 10-ml bottle and adding organic vegetable oil to fill. Massage the spine gently. Use in the mornings only.

5 drops Rosemary
6 drops Lavender
2 drops Peppermint

Blend to Control Pet Odor
Try this natural and aromatic spray. Pour the essential oils into a 1-oz spray bottle filled with water. Shake very vigorously several times before each use. Spray directly onto your dog, holding the bottle about 10 inches from him. Avoid spraying on the head and eyes.

10 drops Lavender
10 drops Geranium
6 drops Lemon

HOMEOPATHY SUGGESTIONS:

Bees and Yellow Jackets will bite inquisitive dogs, just as they will people. After you have investigated the bite site and removed the stinger, if necessary, a good way to stop the itch is to moisten an antacid tablet and tape it on the bite. Nothing could look more ridiculous, but, over a few hours, the tablet will help to neutralize the painful, itch-inducing venom, reducing swelling and helping to reduce the risk of infection from scratching and licking. (If your dog has sustained numerous stings or if he begins to exhibit extreme discomfort, skip the tablets and head straight for the emergency vet. Dogs can get anaphylactic shock.)
Submitted by Helen Fazio

Pet Travel Medical Kit:
We recommend the following in every pet  travel medical kit:

  • 4 oz. Eye and Skin Wash or saline solution
  • Artificial tear gel for after eye wash
  • Mild grease-cutting  dish washing liquid to wash animal after skin contamination (pesticides, etc.)
  • Muzzle to protect against fear inspired biting
  • Non perishable can of your pet’s favorite wet food
  • Cold pack (breakable cold sports packs are best)
  • Styptic pencil or styptic powder for small bleeds
  • Thermometer with case
  • 4″ x 4 yd. flexible, cohesive, stretchable  gauze wrap
  • Alcohol prep pads
  • 2″ x 2″ and 3″ x 3″ sterile pads
  • Gauze pads
  • Two 5″ x 9″ trauma pads for compression
  • 1″ x 2 yard adhesive tape
  • 3 ply towels
  • Iodine solution
  • Hydro cortisone cream
  • Triple antibiotic ointment
  • Cotton swabs and cotton balls
  • Latex or vinyl gloves
  • 1 pair scissors
  • 4″ plastic forceps or tweezers
  • Hand wipes
  • Antiseptic wipes
  • Hydrogen peroxide, 3 % to induce vomiting
  • Turkey baster to administer the hydrogen peroxide
  • Blanket that can double as a pet sling carrier

Yes, this is a lot of gear, and you don’t need all this if you plan to shop the glitzy stores or visit a well equipped friend, but, if you plan on travel where you are on your own. Just imagine the uses you could find for all this in a pinch.

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