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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

12/5/2012 1:42:45 PM

Very interesting information. thanks

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

11/22/2012 3:44:27 AM

I do use 2 of the 5 essential oil talked about in this article regularly for both my dog and myself but maybe it is time to expand and introduce something new.

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Kiki   Naperville, IL

8/22/2011 3:30:18 PM

Very informative article! However, I may suggest testing a small (appropriately diluted) amount of the oil on the dog's skin and waiting about twenty minutes to see if there has been a flare up, checking every two minutes at least, before putting on the full dose (appropriate as reccommended by your veterinarian).

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Raizel Michelwo   Cleveland, OH

4/11/2011 2:08:08 PM

I would only use lavender on a dog. In addition to skin irritations, I believe that chamomile can cause allergies Their skin is thinner than ours. However diffuser is another method to keep a dog calm.

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Cynthia Marston   Sweet Home, OR

4/3/2010 11:27:33 AM

if you only can afford one...get LAVENDER!!!


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Sidney   Eagan, MN

3/30/2010 4:41:49 PM

This is a great article. I think humans benefit from sharing aroma therapy with their puppy. It helps create a time for relaxation in a very hectic world.

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nathan   somewherein, OH

6/24/2008 11:37:04 AM


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