Neem Oil for Pets and Other Animals - Discover Neem
May 14, 2012 - This summer, keep pests off your pets (and yourself) the natural way, with safe, nontoxic neem oil. It's also great for sunburns and dry hair!
This Oatmeal & Honey Natural Shampoo Bar for pets contains organic cold-pressed neem oil, organic neem leaf extract, fresh organic Aloe vera gel and organic honey. Honey is a natural humectant, which means it attracts and retains moisture in the skin. Honey has no additives or preservatives—it’s one of the few ingredients that can be used straight from nature. Try it to keep your pet's coat and skin at their best!
Contact pesticides will usually accumulate in soil and water, making them harmful to pets and critters that live in the area. Because neem oil breaks down so quickly, it’s not present long enough to cause problems for pets and wildlife. Even if they do ingest it, it’s not harmful to them.
How to Use Neem Oil for Pets- not for just humans! - All About Neem
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It encourages a powerful immune system, wholesome skin, a glossy, trouble-free coat, and powerful healthy teeth; all the hints of a radiantly wholesome dog. Those who have attempted using neem oil for their dogs rave about the amazing and often immediate results that it has on the well-being of their pets.Can you use neem oil for pets? Sure you can! I have already written about the use of neem and neem oil in dogs and cats on other pages of this site.To make neem oil spray for dogs (or any other pets) you need 100% pure organic neem oil, the raw (or crude), smelly stuff, not the refined oil extract.Compared with many synthetic drugs available in the market today, neem oil is purely organic. For this reason, dog owners who have used both neem oil and commercial drugs have noticed that the all-natural neem oil is relatively safer and shows less harmful side effects. And for the most part, neem oil is quite more effective, too. Additionally, by either preparing or buying neem oil medications, a dog owner would spend less money on treating his pets.And then there are also some great reports and success stories that my readers have sent me after they used neem leaf or neem oil for their pets or other animals.To keep insects at bay, and to keep treating mild itching skin, make your own neem oil shampoo. Simply add a teaspoon of oil to roughly 2 tablespoons of regular dog shampoo - preferably an oat shampoo as these are gentle on dogs. Don't mix this up to long in advance as raw neem oil will start to break down in shampoo. Use in the usual way, but try and leave it on 5 to 10 minutes before rinsing off if your pet will allow it. My tip for leaving the shampoo on for a bit is to turn the water off and give your dog a sort of massage with the shampoo. Quietly working up and down your pet's body soothes them enough for a while.