Essential Oils and Cats
Everything you need to know to safely use genuine, pure essential oils with your cat.
Some of you may be apprehensive about using essential oils around your cats, especially if you've read articles online about the potential dangers of essential oils and pets... articles that go so far to say that you should never use them around your pets - particularly your feline friends.
Dr. Barb Fox has been using genuine, pure, high quality essential oils in her animal patients - as well as her own cats for the past 12+ years, often with great results.
This course will help you understand how to properly and safely use essential oils around your kitties. Once you learn how simple and safe it is, you'll wonder why you didn't get started earlier!
Upon completion of this course, you'll be confident and ready to begin!
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Barb Fox, DVM, has been in practice since 1994, the year she graduated from Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine.
Beginning in 2007, Dr. Fox's focus has been devoted almost exclusively to holistic medicine, after she developed a life-threatening condition where she used natural therapies and products to regain her health. Inspired by her own results, she began heavily researching how things from nature could bring about positive change in her animal patients.
Dr. Fox is a member of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association and is on the Board of the Veterinary Medical Aromatherapy Association. Dr. Fox has also spoken at national, regional, and local holistic veterinary conferences and seminars and is a published author of two books, The Infinite Bond and The Animals Never Lie. In addition, her case reports have been published in the Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, the Innovative Veterinary Care Journal, and the Animal Wellness magazine.
DISCLAIMER: The information included in this course is for educational and information purposes only. It is not meant to be used to treat, heal, or cure your pet(s) or to be used in place of proper veterinary care should your pet(s) be ill or injured. Please seek the advice of a licensed veterinarian for proper diagnosis and treatment.
As each animal is different in their particular needs and physical make-up, recommendations or suggestions may or may not be what your pet needs. Consult with an animal professional trained in natural medicine.
Frequently Asked Questions
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The information presented in this course is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace medical care from a licensed veterinarian.
If you have a cat that is showing signs of illness or has been injured, please seek professional advice and appropriate care.
Dr. Fox accepts no responsibility for misuse of the information provided in this course.