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Pets & Essential Oils


First a word of caution about the type of essential oils you use:
Do NOT use regular store-bought essential oils on your pets as they are not pure and could cause great damage to your beloved pet.

Also a note to remember, that a very little oil goes a very long way. For instance, for a dog the size of  75 lbs. only one drop of Young Living essential oil diluted is needed.  Essential oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil because they are actually MORE sensitive to the biochemicals in the oils than humans. Rule of thumb - 1 drop per 1 teaspoon of carrier oil is sufficient, unless the dog is very small, then 1 Tablespoon of carrier oil per 1 drop of essential oil suffices. For Smaller animals- diluted oil should only be applied to the paws.

 An excerpt from one of Gary Young’s books and his experiences using essential oils on his animals is below …

"I have raised animals all my life and presently have several miniature horses as well as four teams of draft horses. I also have pygmy goats, barbadoes sheep and llamas at my ranch where I reside. On my 1300 acre herb farm at Whispering Springs in Mona, Utah, I have an animal petting zoo with Bactrian camels. zeeboos from Africa (miniature Bhramas), Watusi cows and bulls, Walleroos (miniature kangaroos), llamas, buffalos, miniature donkeys, as well as horses and goats. As you can see we have a wide variety of animals.

We have used the oils extensively on many of the animals and are continually making discoveries. The animals respond extremely well and we feel they have benefited greatly. In my experience, I have found that animals respond to essential oils much the same as humans. Animals are not as sensitive to the phenol and sesquiterpene constituents so they can be applied “neet” or full strength. One needs only to determine which oils are applicable to the situation and then apply a few drops 3-4 times daily." by D. Gary Young


Animals enjoy Raindrop Technique

Listen to Lynn McKenzie Animal Intuitive - interview Dr.DeVita in the use of Essential oils with animals

Application and location

The amount for small animals, like cats and dogs is like the application for a child: 3-4 drops each time applied. For larger animals, like large dogs apply 6-7 drops, for horses, apply 15-20 drops.

After applying the oils, it is beneficial to cover the open wound with Rose ointment or Animal Scents™ Ointment which keeps the skin soft and helps promote the healing.

Oils For Certain Conditions

  • Ear mites in cats and dogs – Apply Purification blend and peppermint on a Q-Tip and swab just inside of the ear. [Should be diluted with a carrier oil]
  • Ticks and fleas – Apply 1 drop cinnamon or peppermint on cotton swab and swab on tick. Wait for it to release the head before removing from animal's skin.  
  • For Fleas - Lemongrass, Tea tree, eucalyptus, peppermint- also add 1-2 drops of lemongrass to Animal Scents shampoo
  • Tumors for all animals – Frankincense with ledum, lavender or clove mixed together, apply on area of tumor.
  • Worms and parasites- all animals, except cats – Parafree Tincture and DiGize essential oil blend.
  • Open wounds -Melrose, Helichrysum and Animal Scents Ointment.
  • Trauma- all animals – Trauma Life, Valor, Peace & calming, Melissa, rosewood, lavender, valerian, and chamomile.


Here is what Dr. Melissa Shelton (a vetinarian) said to do for a Raindrop on a dog.
The oils that are listed in the Essential Oil Desk Reference  (EODR) to use for an RDT is wonderful for anyone, even for all our animals. Looking
at the properties of all the oils listed you can see why.
  • Oregano: is a powerful anti-aging, anti-viral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, immune-stimulate,
  • Thyme: anti-aging, highly anti-microbial, antifungal, antiviral, antiparasitic.
  • Basil: Anti-spasmodic, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant, anti-histamine.
  • Cypress: Improves circulation, strengthens, capillaries, anti-infectious, anti-spasmodic, discourages, fluid retention.
  • Wintergreen: Anticoagulant, antispasmodic, highly anti-inflammatory, vasodilator, analgesic/anesthetic, reduces blood pressure,all types of pain, musculoskeletal problems.
  • Marjoram: Muscle soothing, relieve body and joint discomfort, soothe digestive tract, antibacterial, antifungal, vasodilator,lowers blood pressure, promotes intestinal peristalisis, expectorant, mucolytic.
  • Peppermint: Driving Oil, anti-inflammatory, antitumoral, antiparasitic,(worms), antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, gallbadder/digestive stimulant, pain-relieving.

Smal animals:
They don't like to sit still so here is a suggestion from Dr. Shelton.
Get an 1 oz bottle and fill it with V-6 or olive oil and then add the RDT oil in order as they are listed above.
For cats, she adds 4 drops each of the above oil and mix well. This mixture is called the Kitty Raindrop Therapy .
This can also be used on dogs.
The KRDT was used on a dog that weighted 150 lbs and it worked great for him.
You may want to add more drops per oil if you feel that it should be stronger but not much.
Now when you are working on a certain problem and it calls for a different oil, this is where you will add it to the RDT mixture.
You will add it between wintergreen and marjoram. Like R.C. for the lungs, Frankincense for Cancer.
  • Now that you have the essential oils and carrier oil mixed, part the hair on the spine and drip 4-8 drops up the spine.
  • Next feather it in. If the dog will not stand still let it go at this point.
  • If it takes it great, do that 3 times.
  • Now take Valor to balance in your hands and put one hand at the base of the neck and top of the tail and hold for a while. You then can add oils to the feet like frankincense.


- How pets respond to Essential Oils:

My dog of 13 years, had such a big tumor at her belly. I treated her with frankincense, lavender,ledum and lemon to increase the white blood cells.

Alternating between them, the tumor was gone after 3 months. She lived till she completed 17 years old.

Neila Schwartz



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