I love helping dog owners find alternative methods of care for their pets. My company, Spot Organics gives me a great platform to educate and share these methods with you. This is one of the reasons I love to post at least one helpful natural dog care tip on Twitter each day.
I realize that a lot of our customers don’t follow us on Twitter or Facebook so I thought we would do a monthly round-up of our best Twitter tips just for you!
Use your nose to see if your dog has an ear infection. If an infection is brewing the ear may smell yeasty, moldy, or cheesy.
Think your dog might be depressed? Lack of appetite? Citrus oils can help ~ we love pink grapefruit and sweet orange!
Natural toothpaste for your dog: Mix baking soda, water and a drop of peppermint oil. Apply with gauze pad and scrub away plaque!
Got an allergic dog? Get them started on an essential fatty acid supplement to help reduce inflammation.
Did you know? Lavender oil isn’t just for relaxing. It’s a great skin healing oil that’s perfect for a sensitive or allergic dog.
Dog Tick Remedy: Place a drop of pure Lavender oil on the spot where the tick was attached to your dog to help prevent disease and infection.
Cut your dog’s nails after a bath. They will be softer and much easier to cut!
Rosemary leaves are a flea and tick repellent. Simply dust rosemary powder onto the pet or areas where the pet sleeps.
We hope you enjoyed this months tips and hopefully you learned something useful! I encourage you to leave your own useful tips on natural dog care in our comments section below. Until next month…