Aromatherapy For Dogs by Tracey Peapell is truly a dog lover’s delight. We are constantly told that natural is best: Shouldn't this apply to our dogs as well? Dogs in the wild are acutely aware of the benefits of certain plants. Aromatherapy For Dogs explains how to use essential oils to soothe your dog’s arthritic muscles, to treat him for fleas and ticks, to get rid of bad breath and to improve his general well-being, all in a natural way without the use of chemicals. Aromatherapy For Dogs is downloadable and comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee.
Aromatherapy For Dogs
Aromatherapy for Dogs by Tracey Peapell Review
People have been using aromatherapy for centuries in order to get over a large number of ailments. Since our favorite four legged friend has tens of millions more smell receptors than we do, it makes sense that aromatherapy should work for them as well. In her eBook, “Aromatherapy for dogs“, Tracey Peapell, a writer from Australia, promises to show you how to use certain essential oils to help cure a large number of ailments in your pet.
Get rid of fleas and ticks without the use of chemicals. Help bring your dog relief from common painful ailments like rhuematism and arthritis. Stop skin problems before they get out of hand. Cure separation anxiety and nervousness. Even help out with that horrendous breath. Learn blending techniques, the methods of extraction and even the dangers of certain oils. “Aromatherapy for Dogs” is packed with everything you need to know in order to allow your dog’s strong sense of smell to help them lead a healthier, happier life.
What you get:
-Aromatherapy for Dogs eBook
The price is only $17, which is a pretty good price for a downloadable package, even a "no frills" package as this one appears to be. The book is 39 pages which makes it a bit thin, but no doubt full of some good information. Tracey also uses her own pet experiences to make it entertaining, so you probably will not fall asleep reading it.
Searching online, consulting several dog owner forums, it does appear that you can use aromatherapy effectively on your dog. However, this verification came with a word of caution about the negative effects of certain essential oils. Since Tracey promises to discuss the dangers of certain essential oils in her eBook, perhaps it is a good idea to look into it before your start experimenting on your own.
Checking out the author of “Aromatherapy for dogs“, I could not find anything that screams scam about her. Tracey Peapell seems to have written a lot of online articles about aromatherapy and also maintains an active blog. While the book is a bit slender, it is also priced quite low. It has a favorable rating on other review sites as well as a pretty low return rate. If you are curious about using essential oils in order to help cure what ails your dog, then you might want to check out this book .It is also covered by the Clickbank 60 day guarantee, so there is little risk in checking it out. Just be sure to contact Clickbank directly for a refund if you choose to get one.