Aromatherapy For Dogs Consultation

Aromatherapy For Dogs

Essential Oils In Dog Care – Consultation

Photo of Lobo inhaling EO by Kathy Lacy

Photo of Lobo inhaling EO by Kathy Lacey

This consultation will provide you with  a solid introduction to the science and art of using essential oils in dog care.


Aromatherapy for dogs refers to the use of therapeutic 100% pure essential oils for their natural wellness benefits that address both the physical and emotional/behavioral health of our dogs.  Pure, theapeutic grade essential oils are so much more than just their aroma.


Learn how to safely use therapeutic grade essential oils for their health and preventitive benefits with your dogs






Good or poor health is determined by whether or not the body is vibrating at a balanced and high enough electromagnetic vibrational frequency.


If you’ve taken a chemistry class you probably remember learning about atoms, and that everything is made up of atoms. These atoms are in a constant state of motion, and depending on the speed of these atoms, things are appear as a solid, liquid, or gas.


Everything in nature vibrates at different frequencies. Scientific research has shown that different parts and different organs of the body have their own vibrational/frequency signature. In other words the frequency which of the cells of the heart vibrate at are different from the vibrational frequency of the cells of the Lungs.


When parts of the body become stressed or weakened, they are no longer producing the correct frequency of wellness; in other words they are not vibrating at their prime (optimal) resonant frequency.


Essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man.



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Dr. Jeannie Thomason does not function as a traditional allopathic veterinarian by diagnosing disease, treating disease, or performing invasive procedures, nor do her services replace that of a traditional licensed allopathic veterinarian.

The information offered by Dr. Jeannie Thomason, is intended to provide education and general guidance. Nothing on this Website, or during a regular consultation, constitutes traditional allopathic veterinary advice.

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