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What exactly is in this scent? According to the
YL website this particular scent has “Caprylic/capric glycerides, Zingiber
officinale† (Ginger) root oil, Pimpinella anisum† (Anise) seed oil, Mentha
piperita† (Peppermint) oil, Cuminum cyminum† (Cumin) seed oil, Mentha spicata†
(Spearmint) leaf extract, Rosmarinus officinalis† (Rosemary) leaf oil,
Juniperus osteosperma† (Juniper) oil, Foeniculum vulgare† (Fennel) oil,
Cymbopogon flexuosus† (Lemongrass) oil, Pogostemon cablin† (Patchouli) oil.”
How does this scent help your pet? It is made to
help with the digestive system.
How do you apply it? If you have a smaller pet-
you must first dilute in a high ratio 3:1 maybe with distilled water. You can
apply 1-2 drops in your pet’s abdominal region.
Animal Scent: Infect Away
is in this scent? YL says “Caprylic/capric glycerides, Commiphora myrrha
(Myrrh) oil, Pogostemon cablin (Patchouli) oil, Hyptis suaveolens (Dorado Azul)
seed oil, Bursera graveolens (Palo Santo) wood oil, Plectranthus amboinucus
oil, Ocotea quixos (Ocotea) leaf oil. “
does this scent aid your pet/ what does it do? It is to help your pet have a
heathly skin barrier to defend against bugs/bacteria
do you apply? If putting on a smaller pet, you must dilute in a 3:1 ratio.
Otherwise, this one works best as a spritzer. Place one to two drops inside an
8 oz spray bottle and spray onto pets’ coat. Avoid the eyes and privates. This
oil is part of a 3-part system that YL recommends using together. The choice is
does the help or support your pet? This focus is mainly on the skin of your dog.
It prevents flaky and soothes irritating skin. Since it is chemical and synthetic
free- there is no need to worry!
to apply? Young Living suggests using one of the AromaGlider rollers to make it
easier. Put 8-10 drops in a 1 oz spray bottle with distilled water and spray
onto coat. Avoid the eyes and privates. This is part of their three-part system.
Animal Scent: Mendwell
What is in the oil? From YL “Caprylic/capric
glycerides, Geranium, Lavender, Hyssop, Myrrh, Frankincense, Hinoki.”
How does it help your pets? It gives an easy
cleansing effect for the animal. You can use it in a barn, vet office, crate,
etc. It promotes the animals to stay present and avoid the itch to run away and
be timid. The final of the three-part system.
How to apply? You can allow your pet to inhale it
by putting some on your wrist and allowing your dog to sniff. You may also topically
apply it by placing a few drops in your hand and running from head to tail.
Avoid eye area.
How can this help your pet? This oil is to help provide emotional release for your pet. If your pet came from a negative environment etc. It brings out the emotions and provides a more joyful feeling.
How do you apply? Diffuse near your pet. Apply in hand and rub head to tail. Apply on ears or spine and pet head to tail. Or again, allow them to smell it off you.
*RepelAroma is not available for purchase right now*
*Please note that I am not a Vet and you should always
consult with your vet on making decisions like this. If you chose to try this on
your animal that it solely your choice. *
USING NEAR EYES OR PRIVATES OF ANIMALS. EVEN THOUGH IT IS ALL-NATURAL IT CAN STILL
Well there you have it. All the Animal scents created by
Young Living. You should always take care and watch your pet for the first 10
minutes after applying or allowing them to inhale. Any strange behavior or
abnormal activity should not be taken lightly. Even though these are natural
does not mean a dog may react bad- just like humans. Everyone’s mind and body
are different and therefore react differently.