The principle of aroma therapy for dogs is very similar to that for humans. Aroma Therapy works for me I often how much better it would work if I had the smelling capability as my own dog. The truth is dogs handle emotions a lot like we do. They experience happiness, fear, anger, and love. Emotions depending on how they are handled can produce different disorders within dogs both emotional or physical over time.
More and more dogs are living indoors and the smells nature intended for their health may not be as available to them in your living room. Aroma Therapy for dogs has grown in popularity over the past twenty years and has been proven effective in dealing with emotional issues such as stress or to physical health related issues. Dogs have a very strong sense of smell and the right mixture of essential oils for various purposes can turn your beloved dog around in a short amount of time when dealing with emotional or physical conditions. I want to share just a simple aroma therapy for dogs recipe that can help repel fleas. This is a very natural alternative way rather medicine that can be harmful.
Repel Fleas and Ticks – Using Aroma Therapy 홈타이
To begin the aroma therapy to begin repelling fleas an all natural way use a mixture of Peppermint, Citronella, Lemon, and Clary Sage essential oils. If you are wanting to repel ticks you may use Geranium, Bay, Lavender, and Myrrh. Using either combination with diluted oils sprayed on your dog daily will help solve the appropriate problem. These are all natural ingredients that repel insects that harm your beloved dog but is also an all natural spray that will not harm your dog and make your dog smell great at the same time!
It is always important to have an appropriate guide to follow the aroma therapy for dogs directions so that the appropriate amounts or the proper way to put the oils on your dog as well. Some dogs may require getting use to the smell a few days in advance before spraying the oil recipe on your dog. The best way to help your dog get use to the smell is to spray a small amount the first day where your dog sleeps and also the room your dog spends the most amount of time in during the day. Because dogs have a strong sense of smell helping them get use to the smell first is good advice.
I recently discovered a terrific book that explains how you can use Aromatherapy oils on your dog. Imagine helping your best buddy with arthritis pain, anxiety, skin problems, lethargy, bad breath etc and all using purely natural plant extracts in the form of essential oils. It’s brilliant and it’s called, of course, Aromatherapy for Dogs [http://www.aromatherapy4dogs.info]. I tried some of the blends on my dog and the result was fantastic and he smells great too.