Essential Oils with Dogs



Learn About Oils for Your Dog

Our dogs are some of our best friends. We use essential oils on our whole family, why not use them on man’s best friend too? Don’t skimp on your dog, they need the best too and with Young Living they will get the very best.


Learn here in just 12 minutes some of the ways to use oils on your dog and some fun recipes too!




Recipes for Your Dog

Download the recipes for your pup here and be sure to order your own premium starter kit for you and your pal. Let me know when you have ordered so I can send you some more information and add your to our private website.


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Animal Scents Essential Oil Collection

Caring for your pets naturally is just a little bit easier thanks to Young Living’s conscious development of their Animal Scents Essential Oil Collection. This collection by Young Living contains 6 specially formulated essential oil blends to support animals on a wise spectrum according to their common animal needs.

Animal Scents Oil Collection


Animal Care 3 Part System

The first three blends PuriClean, Infect Away and Mendwell were designed to work together to complement each other on your animals.

Let’s take a look at each blend separately:

PuriClean is a 12 blend combination featuring Cistus, Citronella, Lavendin, Lavender, Lemongrass, Tea Tree, Mountain Savory, Myrtle, Palo Santo, Patchouli, and Rosemary. This combination by the name you can tells helps to cleanse and purify such as in minor skin irritations. This can be applied on location with roller ball on top of oil bottle of oil added to spray bottle with water for spritzing application.

InfectAway is a combination of Myrrh, Patchouli, Dorado Azul, and Palo Santo support skin and support the immune system of your animal. Add 2-4 drops to the animal’s coat or 8-10 drops to spray bottle.

Mendwell is a 6 combo of essential oils including Geranium, Lavender, Hyssop, Myrrh, Frankincense and the exotic Hinoki essential oils. For support of the immune system and is also skin supporting. Apply 1-2 drops on location.

Other Blends:

ParaGize Essential Oil for Animals

ParaGize oil blend contains Anise, Cumin, Fennel, Ginger, Juniper, Lemongrass, Patchouli, Peppermint, Rosemary, Spearmint, and Tarragon. This blend is specially formulated for digestive support on your pets. It can be applied over abdomen with a warm compress to push oils in faster. Drops can also be added to water (2-4 drops).

T-Away Essential Oil for Animals

T-Away is an oil blend containing 27 oils, WOW! This one has:  Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood, Frankincense, Valerian, Black Spruce, Davana, Lavender, Geranium, Helichrysum, Citrus, Hystrix, Rose, Tangerine, Ylang Ylang, Orange, Angelica, Hyssop, Spanish Sage, Coriander, Bergamot, Lemon, Jasmine Absolute, Roman Chamomile, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Blue Tansy, Ruta, and German Chamomile.  This blend can be applied for calming and occasional nervousness. Behind the ears is good place for application and after oils have been tested the paws will work too.

RepelAroma Essential Oil for Animals

RepelAroma oil blend contains Citronella, Idaho Tansy, Palo Santo, and Tea tree oil. This one is invigorating and your pets will enjoy being outdoors when wearing. Can be applied to your hands and then to the animal by stroking their back. This is a great one to apply via a spray bottle as well for better coverage.



Animal Scents for Support

As you can see this collection could be quite beneficial for supporting your large and small pets. Take caution with smaller animals and dilute appropriately.  Check with your holistic vet if you have any questions. More information about essential oils and your pet here.

Young Living Vet Council

Young Living now has a Veterinarian Advisory Council in place.

The Young Living Essential Oils Veterinary Advisory Council provides valuable insight into the development of our pioneering essential oils and oil-infused products. This professional organization comprises prominent scientific professionals from around the globe, uniting years of experience in natural products. The council’s unmatched leadership, expertise, and passion for essential oil innovation is redefining the way the world thinks about wellness.




Check an essential oil reference guide or animal desk reference

Young Living Veterinary Advisory Council






Using Essential Oils On Your Pets

Pet care and essential oils is a widely discussed topic with frequent questions. It is understood that animals are more sensitive to essential oils than humans. This means you likely would need much less essential oil when using on your house pets. It is noted that essential oils can be used on all animals, but for the sake of simplicity this article will focus on cats and dogs.

Some Things You May Not Know

Essential oil application is thought to be enhanced when applying to a pet’s hair follicles, AKA: fur. The fur may act as a wick, pulling in the essential oil. This can be utilized as a usual place to apply oils. While the bottoms of the feet are often used in humans, it is not recommended to apply oils to your pet’s feet, especially undiluted. The belief behind not using their paw pads, is that toxins are released this way and with their high exposure to chemicals outside and inside the home, this could pose a problem for the animals with detoxification.

Use Common Sense When Applying & Diffusing Oils

Using common sense goes a long way with essential oil usage, in my opinion. I would not use the same amount of oil on a 15 pound dog as I would on a 175 pound man. Be cautious, especially when starting out with essential oils on and around your pets. In most cases oils should be diluted for all of your pets prior to application.


Animal essential oil dilution ratios

Sense of Smell

Animals have a very powerful olfactory system (sense of smell). They can smell things across the room that we can’t smell under our noses. Remember Pavlov’s dog? In Pavlov’s  theory on classical conditioning , when he rang the bell and fed his dogs after a couple times they would salivate to the sound of hearing a bell without any food. With our pets at home, they may have had an essential oil experience which is now engrained in their memory as an aversion. Avoiding essential oils around them is not necessarily needed, but taking caution and allowing them an exit strategy is wise.

Diffusing with a water based diffuser is preferred initially when beginning to see how they tolerate, you can then increase the drops and length of diffusion as desired.


Oil Safety with Animals

For the same reason I will ONLY use Young Living essential oils on my most precious commodities, my children is the same reason I would only use Young Living on my furry & feathered friends. Young Living has Veterinary Advisory Council in place. Just another reason you would want to use only Young Living essential oils on your pets.  You can learn more about why you should choose Young Living and also why Young Living oils are therapeutic grade and our Seed to Seal promise of purity.

Consulting with a holistic veterinarian and having blood and urine tests run is a great idea prior to using essential oils.

Did you know that Young Living’s Raindrop Technique can be used with an animal protocol? The Raindrop technique utilizes very potent essential oils and special dilution is necessary.



Learn more about Young Living’s Animal Scents Oil Collection specially formulated to meet your pet’s needs.