Canine Naturals 4-Ounce Sprays
Canine Naturals 4-Ounce Sprays
Canine Naturals 4-Ounce Sprays
Canine Naturals 4-Ounce Sprays
Canine Naturals 4-Ounce Sprays

Canine Naturals 4-Ounce Sprays

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Are Essential Oils Safe For Dogs?

Absolutely if done right! However, you can’t just jump right in. Once your vet has given the green light, it’s a gradual process and important to test your dog’s tolerance. 

Formulations were developed by Janet Roark, DVM.  However, prior to use, LJN recommends you consult your veterinarian as they know your pet's health status first hand.  Please read cautionary information below.

Dogs are more sensitive to essential oils than humans so, just like you need to slowly adjust a change in food for your animal, introducing essential oils should also be done slowly.

Since every individual is different and has a body chemistry unique to that animal, they each tolerate oils to a different extent.  Start with a small amount - especially if your animal is small - then observe its behavior. If the response is neutral but you're not getting the therapeutic effect desired, increase the frequency of application of the smaller amountIf the response is still neutral and you're still not getting the therapeutic effect, increase the amount and observe.

Abnormal behavior may include trying to rub the oil off, squinting, rubbing their nose, or trying to get out of a room.

If you have never used a spray on our around your animal don't spray them from the get-go as you can scare them.  Spray formula into your hands or onto a cloth and rub onto the recommended area.  Your animal will think they are getting special attention from you and will learn to associate the scent with positive reinforcement.

  • Caution: 
    • Use as directed and never exceed the recommended dosage unless directed by your veterinarian.
    • Keep out of reach of children.
    • Do NOT use on dogs under 3 months of age. 
    • Do NOT spray near eyes, ears, nose or genitals. 
    • Do NOT use on cats. 
    • Do NOT use if currently using topical medications or a dermal patch including topical flea and tick preventatives. 
    • Do NOT use if your pet is pregnant or nursing.
    • Know your dog's health status:  If your dog is currently under a veterinarian's care, has chronic conditions, respiratory problems or has a history of seizures, consult vet prior to use.
    • Discontinue use and contact your vet if your dog shows signs of distress, drooling, squinting, rubbing their face, vocalization, shaking, vomiting, or diarrhea. 
    • Test small area for skin sensitivity.  In the event of an adverse reaction, rub application area with a carrier oil such as olive, sweet almond or jojoba oil.  Do NOT dilute application area with water as this can intensify adverse reactions.  Most skin irritations resolve within 24-48 hours after oil exposure however, if they persist, consult your vet.
    • For animals with seizure disorders:  Some oils that are thought to lower the seizure threshold and should be avoided. That includes Basil, Black Pepper, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Hyssop, Sage and Rosemary.
    • For animals with bleeding disorders or that have difficulty clotting or are being treated with an anticoagulantDo NOT use Troubled Tummy spray as it contains Fennel.

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center hotline can be reached at 888-426-4435.

According to the book Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals, essential oils to avoid using on your dogs are:  Anise, Birch, Bitter Almond, Boldo, Calamus, Camphor, Cassia, Chenopodium, Clove Leaf and Clove Bud, Crested Lavender, Garlic, Goosefoot, Horseradish, Hyssop, Juniper, Mugwort, Mustard, Oregano, Pennyroyal, Thyme, Rue, Santalina, Sassafras, Savory, Tansy, Terebinth, Thuja, Wintergreen, White Fir, Wormwood and Yarrow.

Canine Naturals Sprays:

      • Packaging:  Aluminum bottle with Black Fine Mist Sprayer & Over Cap.

        Flea & Tick Repellent

        Many flea control products contain highly toxic ingredients to dogs & humans. Keep the pests at bay without leaving a toxic trail all over your house.

        • Directions: Shake before each use.  Avoiding mucus membranes and areas listed above, lightly spray coat until damp but not dripping.  Brush through.  You may also spray your dogs bedding.
        • Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar, Aloe Vera, Vegetable Glycerin, Sweet Almond Oil, Lactobacillus (and) Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract, Lactobacillus Ferment, Pure Essential Oils:  Sweet Orange, Lemongrass, Lavender, Geranium, Citronella & Cedarwood.

        Calming Spray

        Create a sense of well being and naturally relax your dog without sedation

        • Directions: Shake before each use.  Avoiding mucus membranes and areas listed above, lightly mist back and collar.  You may also spray your dogs bedding.  
        • Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Aloe Vera,

          Lactobacillus (and) Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract, Lactobacillus Ferment, Pure Essential Oils:  Lavender, Cedarwood, Vetiver & Frankincense.

        Fresh Breath Spray

        Freshens breath and helps maintain clean teeth, and healthy gums.  Reduces tartar build-up.  No rinsing necessary.

        • Directions: Shake before each use.  To avoid spraying animal's eyes and nose, rather than spraying directly into the mouth, spray  onto your animal's tooth brush then apply.  1-2 times daily.
        • Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Pure Essential Oils:  Peppermint & Myrrh.

        Hot Spot/Itch Relief Spray

        • Directions: Shake before each use.  Avoiding mucus membranes and areas listed above, spray directly onto irritated skin.  Apply as needed.
        • Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Aloe Vera,

          Lactobacillus (and) Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract, Lactobacillus Ferment, Pure Essential Oils: Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Geranium & Myrrh.

        Troubled Tummy Spray

        • Directions: Shake before each use.  Spray 1-3 times onto belly (Avoid areas listed above.).  Reapply as frequently as hourly.  Caution:  There are many disorders that have vomiting as a symptom so it’s important to rule those out before assuming your dog’s upset stomach is the result of a harmless trigger. Do NOT use on animals with bleeding disorders, that have difficulty clotting or are being treated with an anticoagulant or on animals with seizure disorders.
        • Ingredients:  Distilled Water, Aloe Vera,

          Lactobacillus (and) Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract, Lactobacillus Ferment, Pure Essential Oils: Ginger, Peppermint, Coriander, Fennel & Myrrh.

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