It has been determined that Essential Oils have aromatherapy properties which are effective with both pets and humans.
Our favorite of all the Gerrard Larriett Aromatherapy products is the – because it contains everything you need to treat your pet to a luxurious spa treatment at home, together in one box – perfect for using with your own pets or giving as a unique gift to a dog-loving friend.
The Spa Kit includes: 1 Aromatherapy/Deodorizing Soy Candle; 1 8oz bottle of Aromatherapy Shampoo & Conditioner for Pets; and 1 4oz bottle of Aromatherapy Freshening & Shining Spray for Pets.
Aromatherapy: Relaxation or Torment for Pets
Aromatherapy For Pets | AromaWeb
Much like aromatherapy can provide emotional and physical benefits for humans, essential oils and aromatherapy can benefit our beloved pets and animal friends. It, however, is important to recognize that animals are different than humans. That's amongst the reasons why medical doctors don't also act as veterinarians and vice versa. (I'm simplifying, but you get the idea). There are several books available that cover aromatherapy for pets and animals. With the exception of most of the other books that I've take a look at either offer recipes and/or recommendations that raise a red flag with me or that seem to primarily rehash aromatherapy intended for humans and seem quite limited in their coverage of actual aromatherapy for animals.It goes beyond the scope of this single brief article to thoroughly and safely cover aromatherapy and essential oils for pets. For detailed information, let me recommend ...However, we do have to be a little bit careful with aromatherapy for pets, as animals to humans, so that essential oils and blends that we use on ourselves are not always safe for our pets.Another obvious use for aromatherapy for pets is to help get rid of those bad odours that can occur! Believe me I know too well about this after my dog Tweeny, (pictured above), has taken a swim in a nearby lake, or decided to roll in something very smelly! Essential oils and aromatherapy are useful aspects of integrative veterinary medicine and as more people become aware of ways we can use our patients' noses to assist their health, it becomes useful to learn a bit about the subject. And since animals and people are different, it is important to know how to properly use oils in pets so that we do not unwittingly harm them in the process. You should also always speak to a veterinarian before using any essential oils on your pet.