52 Weeks of Wellness – Week 5 – Featuring How To Calm Animals

52 Weeks Of Wellness - Week 5 How To Calm AnimalsI think it is safe to say that all our animals are as unique as our children, right?

They have allergies, anxieties and even attitudes to mention a few…  Who agrees.. 🙂

Well today, I would like to talk about animals with feelings of anxiousness.  We have a wonderful blue healer.  He is an incredible security system, amazing pet and part of the family, BUT he is an absolute mess while traveling.  He just paces back and forth in the seat and will do that forever.  We were on a 12 hour drive and I was getting quite sore from he pacing over top of me for the last 10 hours when I decided to put some Lavender essential oil in the palm of my hand and cupped the dogs nose allowing him to breath in and utilize the aromatherapy of the oil.

Within less than a minute he curled up between us and laid down!  Woohooo – High 5 and major happy dance!!

Another great oil for feelings of anxiousness is the calming blend.  I love the amazing properties of Balance in that it can be used as a pick me up in the morning and at night to calm you into a nice sleep.  This is all do to how God designed our bodies and the properties of the oils to work together.  It just awes me!

These oils would work great for animals that also have feelings of anxiousness during thunderstorms.

NOTE:  Be cautious in using these oils with your pets as to not touch their skin and to just allow the to use it in an aromatherapy application.

I have to also note that this picture is not realistic in that my furry children relax all by themselves in front of that warm cozy fire!! ♥

 


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Blessings,

Tammy Trayer  † ♥

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Tammy Trayer is an author, freelance writer, blogger at TrayerWilderness.com and a radio show host at Mountain Woman Radio. Tammy and her family live traditionally off-grid and have a passion to help educate others by sharing their experiences of living off the land, dealing with autism, gluten free and dairy free cooking, self-reliance, wilderness survival, traditional and primitive skills, and much more. Follow Tammy's radio show on iTunes and her website. Keep up with Tammy's informative articles and videos by subscribing to: http://TrayerWilderness.com and http://trayerwilderness.com/youtube. She and her family have also created http://trayerwildernessacademy.com where they will be teaching their homesteading, off-grid, traditional and wilderness survival skills to like-minded people just like you.

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