Top 5 Essential Oils for Dogs (and How to Use Them)

Top 5 Essential Oils for Dogs (and How to Use Them)

Have you ever heard about copaiba oil?

We talked about it recently on the channel, did you watch this video?

The copaiba essential oil is very powerful has been used for hundreds of years to treat many health issues.

Because it is a natural anti-inflammatory, it is great to alleviate pain, heal wounds, improve skin, protect the nervous system, and fight cancer and tumors. Did you know that?

Besides that, copaiba essential oil is great for our pets. Did you know that animals are more sensitive to oils and chemicals than human beings?

Essential oils offer many benefits to dogs, and one of the oils we can use on them is copaiba oil.

According to many studies, this oil can be used in cases of animal abuse since it is a great antibacterial and healing.

In cases of healing or eliminating bacteria, just do a daily cleaning on the wounds with a cotton pad soaked with oil, and apply it to the area twice a day, until the wound heals.

Besides copaiba essential oil, you can also safely use these other oils on your pets:

Cedarwood oil
Lavender oil
Peppermint oil
Lemongrass oil

Now tell us, did you already know the benefits these oils offer to your dog?

Is there an oil that we didn’t talk about in the video?

Share it with us in the comments section.

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