Essential Oils: The Hidden Dangers for Well-Meaning Animal Lovers This is really important for pet owners to know. Toxins can be hidden in pet products that are "all natural" and people often try to treat pets with similar cures to human ones, when the animal's system can't process the oil. This is especially dangerous for cats.
Safe Essential Oils for Dogs Essential oils are good to have for the treatment of a wide variety of dog health problems - from flea infestations, motion sickness, to arthritis, and more. Note that not all essential oils are safe for our pets. This page gives you a list of some safe and beneficial essential oils that you can use on your dogs.
Danger for Cats: Essential Oils, and I can’t list them all here, but I will list those considered to be the most dangerous to cats based on several different resources and in no particular order: Oregano, Bay Leaf, Parsley and Savory, Cedar Leaf, Sage, Hyssop, Cyprus, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Mint ,Caraway, Citronella, Clove, Ginger, Chamomile, Thyme and Rosemary, Pine, Peppermint, Lemon, Melaleuca and Tea Tree Oil, Cinnamon Bark Oil, Wintergreen, and other oils containing phenol
I went from pulling 3 to 4 ticks a day off my dog to zero with this all natural tick repellent! It really works! Just make sure to dilute it in a carrier oil especially if you are using it on cats too.