You may have noticed your dog's incessant fascination with smells. His attention may gravitate to particularly good ones when you're out for a walk. She may spend a good deal of time sniffing around other dogs or new people.
A dog's sense of smell is his preferred method for receiving information about his world - much more so than his other senses like vision and hearing. Cesar Millan, the Dog Whisperer, says that dogs perceive the world in this order: nose, eyes, ears.
Animal Aromatherapy is a method of utilizing your dog's primary sense to promote emotional healing. There may be a natural remedy to help with the issues your dog is displaying. Before you resort to pharmaceuticals, consult with us to see if a natural solution could help.
Dogs in the wild have an innate sense of what plants and flowers they need to remedy what ails them. Our process allows your dog to participate in his own healing and serves as a fun bonding experience for both human and animal. It can also give you insight into what's going on with your pet.
Animal Aromatherapy can help with:
Past Trauma & Abuse
Fearfulness (car travel, separation, thunder, etc.)
Transition through change (moving homes, adding a new animal or a new child to the household, death of a family member or companion animal, etc.)
Aromatherapy is not a replacement for good veterinary care or behavioral training. But it can help to ease some of the issues you may be seeing. Keep in mind that not all natural remedies are safe for use with animals - some can even be toxic. As a certified animal aromatherapist, Beverly can let you know how to safely use these formulas with dogs, cats and horses. Contact us for more information or to schedule a consultation to see if aromatherapy is a good fit for your pet.
Consultation - $49
(Includes an in-person meeting, aromatherapy session, up to five trial bottles of flower essences or essential oil blends and a custom blend final product tailor-made for your pet.)