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Horse

Sprains/Arthritis, Ear Infection, Fearful Horse, Ticks, Flies, Hoof Rot, Wounds/Abscesses
Sprains/Arthritis Uses:To rub onto any aching muscles/joints.Ingredients:10mls Arnica40mls Almond5 drops Lavender5 drops Juniper10 drops Rosemary(you can get away with only using 2 of the above essential oils - just keep the total number of drops to 20)Application:Massage regularly onto trouble spots. Don't use repetitively for more than 10 days. Stops for 2-3 days and then commence again. Or use our Pet Vet - Pain Relief Cooling Oil Liniment.   Ear Infection Uses:To help clear the deep wax out of the ear...
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Dog

Breath Deodoriser/Toothpaste, Eczema/Itching, Ticks/Fleas Wash, Ticks/Fleas Spray, Wounds/Abscesses, Sprains/Arthritis, Ear Infection, Fearful dog, Odour
Breath Deodoriser/Toothpaste Ingredients:2 Tablespoons Baking Soda1 drop Clove1 drop AniseedApplication:Mix this up and use as needed with cotton wool (rather than a toothbrush to avoid damaging the gums).  Dampen the cotton wool and dip it into the mixture and use on teeth.  Afterwards give the dog a drink of water.   Eczema/Itching Ingredients:2 Drops NZ Manuka2 Drops Chamomile1 tsp Almond or JojobaApplication:Massage into hairless or least hairy area of the skin, such as the armpit, groin or inner thigh, and...
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Cat

We do not recommend essential oils are used on cats.  Pure essential oil hydrosols/ aromatherapy waters can be used.Essential oils...
We do not recommend essential oils are used on cats.  Pure essential oil hydrosols/ aromatherapy waters can be used.Essential oils can be used to deter cats from your property and/or stop them scratching furniture. We recommend Lemongrass and/or Citronella are used. Spray around entrance to your house or onto furniture (spot check first to ensure no staining).
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General Pet care

Safety Tips - Animal Aromatherapy
See our Pet Vet Animal Range for ready to use animal products, or see below to make your own therapeutic animal remedies. Safety Tips - Animal Aromatherapy 1. Always dilute when using topically. Don’t assume the same dosage as for humans. Animals have a better sense of smell than humans. For example, humans have approximately 40-45 million scent receptors, dogs average 200 million! Also, take into account the size of the animal—generally smaller animals need less essential oils.2. Cats are highly...
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