Lavender Organic Essential Oil Spritzer for Dogs
Dogs For The Earth Aromatherapy Essential Oil Spritzers contain 100% Organic Essential Oils. The Lavender Organic Aromatherapy Spritzer is safe for your Dog, Home, Body & Room. Here, at Dogs For The Earth we use Lavender in our spritzer for the calming effect it has on the central nervous system; inhaling Lavender works as a mild sedative, to induce sleep, ease stress and relieve depression.
Lavender has long been used by aromatherapists for its stress-relieving qualities. Lavender has mood-elevating, anxiety-reducing and sleep-inducing benefits. So, when dealing with an anxious or agitated dog – perhaps in the car on the way to the vet – this is a handy spritzer to have.
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Thanks to its antihistamine, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, lavender is frequently recommended in cases of allergies.
Because of its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, lavender can also be used to relieve inflamed and painful joints. Spritz into your hands and rub gently into your dogs sore joints.
Each formula is carefully designed to be safe and effective for you and your dog. Safe for you and your pet’s environment: spray freely onto their bedding, in the car, on your sheets, as your own body perfume, as an air freshener: use anytime and anywhere you wish to induce the special properties of each formula.
Net Weight: 8oz.
Made in USA.
Organic lavender essential oils.
Ready to use! Always shake the bottle first to ensure the natural oils are well dispersed.
Always shake the bottle first to ensure the natural oils are well dispersed. Spritz the oils into the palms of your hand - never directly onto your dog. Pat your dog's chest, legs and under belly. Rub lightly over your dog's back and head. The scent of oil smells much stronger to your dog so do not over saturate.
Do not get essential oils near or in the eyes. If essential oils accidentally get into the eyes or sensitive areas, flush the area with water or sterile saline solution until the area is clear. If water is not helping, try a bit of milk which will help to absorb the essential oil residue.
The powerful nose of a dog can be an advantage in natural aromatherapy. A dog's nose is amazing, over 300 million receptors, compared to our 5 million! It’s important to remember even a tiny bit of spray landing on your dog’s nose will be unpleasantly strong and you run the risk of getting it in their eyes.
Never apply essential oils directly on your dog’s muzzle area, inside nostrils, ears or mouth, and genital areas. So spritz into your palms and pat onto your dog…. Ahhhh…
If your dog has a coughing or breathing issue due to the aromas, remove the animal from the area and, if symptoms persist or get worse, contact your veterinarian.
Never use essential oils on cats.