Please refer to the Dilution Chart for Dogs to look up Topical Dilutions for Codes A, B, C, D, E

Single Oils:

  • Arborvitae (C)
  • Basil (B)
  • Bergamot (D)
  • Black Pepper (D)
  • Cardamom (C)
  • Cedarwood (D)
  • Cilantro (D)
  • Clary Sage (D)
  • Copaiba (C)
  • Coriander (D)
  • Cypress (D)
  • Eucalyptus (C)
  • Fennel (Sweet) (C)
  • Frankincense (A-B)
  • Geranium (C)
  • Grapefruit (D)
  • Helichrysum (A-B)
  • Jasmine Touch (B)
  • Juniper Berry (C)
  • Lavender (B)
  • Lemongrass (D)


Single Oils Continued:

  • Lemon (D)
  • Lime (D)
  • Magnolia (C)
  • Marjoram (C)
  • Myrrh (C)
  • Neroli Touch (B)
  • Patchouli (C)
  • Peppermint (C)
  • Petitgrain (A-B)
  • Pink Pepper (D)
  • Roman Chamomile (C)
  • Rosemary (C)
  • Rose Touch (B)
  • Sandalwood (C)
  • Spikenard (A-B)
  • Turmeric (C)
  • Vetiver (C)
  • White Fir (C)
  • Yarrow|Pom (C)
  • Ylang Ylang (C)

Oil Blends:

  • AntiAging Blend (B)
  • Citrus Blend (D)
  • Comforting Blend (C)
  • Detoxification Blend (B)
  • Digestive Blend (C)
  • Encouraging Blend (C)
  • Focus Blend (C
  • Grounding Blend (C)
  • Hope Touch (C)
  • Outdoor Blend (C)
  • Protective Blend (C)
  • Restful Blend (B)
  • Seasonal Complex
    (for dogs over 80 lbs)


Please refer to the Dilution Chart for Dogs to look up Topical Dilutions for Codes A, B, C, D, E

  • Children’s Chewable’s Food Based Vitamins/Minerals (adult version can be dosed for larger dogs)
  • Detoxifying Complex (dry herbal)
  • Enzyme Complex
  • Essential Oil Cellular Complex (EOCC) (D)
  • Omega 3 Fish Oil (liquid)
  • Probiotic Complex
  • Soothing Blend Polyphenol Supplement


Diffusing is the most effective method of using essential oils to deal with emotional issues. This is because the best way to get the essential oils to the brain’s limbic system, which controls emotions, is through the olfactory system (that is, the nose).

To safely diffuse essential oils around dogs, use a water atomizing diffuser. These are the diffusers with a water reservoir, to which the oil is added.

Do not put more than 4 drops of essential oils in the water reservoir. Dogs have a much keener sense of smell than humans and can be overwhelmed if more oil is used.

Choose the lowest setting your diffuser has. Depending on need, diffuse a few hours to around the clock for something like breathing/respiratory challenges.


Not recommended for dogs!!

  • Birch
  • Cheer
  • Cinnamon (use with heavy dilution) (E)
  • Clove (except when heavily diluted for post oral surgery discomfort) (E)
  • Douglas Fir
  • Forgive
  • Green Mandarin
  • Hope Touch
  • Kid’s Courage Blend
  • Kid’s Grounding Blend
  • Kid’s Protective Blend
  • Kid’s Soothing Blend
  • Oregano (except when supporting dog challenged with Parvo – with heavy dilution) (E)
  • Purifying Blend (contains melaleuca/tea tree oil)
  • Renewing Blend
  • Respiratory Blend
  • Soothing Blend (contains wintergreen)
  • Spearmint
  • Tea Tree (Melaleuca) (may cause extreme lethargy, loss of hind leg control, vomiting or fever)
  • Thyme
  • Uplifting Blend
  • Wintergreen (can irritate gut)
  • Any blends that contain melaleuca/tea tree oil or wintergreen. (See additional precautions in the next section.)


For dogs prone to seizures, do not use:
  • Basil
  • Rosemary
  • Wintergreen
  • Camphor
  • Eucalyptus
  • Fennel
  • Tansy (Blue Tansy is okay)
  • Thuja
  • Thujone
  • Soothing Blend (has camphor & wintergreen)
  • Protective Blend (has eucalyptus)

If dog becomes distressed, drools, pants, whines and these symptoms do not stop or significantly diminish after an hour, go to your veterinarian immediately.

Dogs are sensitive to several chemical components in some essential oils:   Phenol (Thyme, Cinnamon), Methyl solicylates (Wintergreen, birch), Eugenols (Clove), Carvacrols (Oregano), Pinenes (Douglas Fir)  and Thymols (Oregano)