Aromatherapy can benefit humans both physically and psychologically – but can it benefit your pets?
You have heard all of the rumors and seen the social media stories, are essential oils safe to use on pets or not?
Essential Oils for Pet Professionals (and pet parents, too) is taught by a veterinarian who will guide you through the safe use of essential oils on pets. Dr. Hanover (pictured, left) regularly uses essential oils in his practice and has seen the results. Learn what to use, when to use and how to use essential oils to give your pet a paw-sitive attitude and not leave him saying, “you have cat to be kitten me right meow!”
Monday, Mar 18, 6-8 p.m.
ESSENTIAL OILS FOR PET PROFESSIONALS (LAG 0010): As a pet professional you encounter stressed pets. When therapeutic grade Essential Oils (EOs) are used properly, they are a very safe and effective modality that may be used alone or in conjunction with other techniques to ease anxiety and promote wellness. The safety and effectiveness of an EO will depend greatly on its quality and how it is used. As with medications, the strength (purity) of the oil, the amount per dose, the frequency of dosage, and the route of administration will all play a role in its effect. Essential oil selection, concerns and use of some the more common EOs in our four legged companions will be discussed. Pet parents are welcome. Do NOT bring a pet to class.