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    Quote Originally Posted by rjisaterp View Post
    Candy maybe dandy but liquor is quicker. Lol
    Seriously holding out for the weekend!!! Lol

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    Very interesting! I also learned rogaine can give you hairy hands and doesn't work around sprinkler heads.

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    Default Re: Tea tree oil on dogs?!!

    Tracey, i would just not use the tea tree oil on Walter; once his mange is treated, won't the bald spots just grow back by itself w/time?

    On a more serious note, Wally watches Scooby Doo?!




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    Quote Originally Posted by cali baker View Post
    Tracey, i would just not use the tea tree oil on Walter; once his mange is treated, won't the bald spots just grow back by itself w/time?

    On a more serious note, Wally watches Scooby Doo?!
    Henny, I agree w/you 100%… there seems to be SO much info out there that says it's dangerous for dogs. I just can't handle that kind of stress… Lol I would think that his spots will grow back, but I know this may take awhile...

    And YES today Wally was sitting on the floor "WATCHING" Scooby Doo… I was cracking up… LMAO!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    I'm NOT an oil expert, and I guess that why I freaked out when I googled tea tree oil and pets… worse case scenario of course. My vet wants me to bring the bottle in and she's going to dilute it for me...
    Awesome! AND what an awesome vet you have.

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    I use that along with other essential oils on my dogs a lot with no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyree213 View Post
    I use that along with other essential oils on my dogs a lot with no issues.
    You know my vet did some research… she said that most holistic vets use tea tree oil w/no issues. The conventional vets of course want you to spend the money on other meds… Since I have NO idea about essential oils (and Wally vomited) I'm going to stay away from it.

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    Yeah im about 90% holistic with my dogs. How much did you put on him? Did you dilute it at all?

    Kelp Powder is a supplement that would be good for helping that hair come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyree213 View Post
    Yeah im about 90% holistic with my dogs. How much did you put on him? Did you dilute it at all?

    Kelp Powder is a supplement that would be good for helping that hair come back.
    I put several drops on a cotton pad, and then put it on him. And NO it wasn't diluted… when I googled it on the internet I about had a stroke. Do your dogs have a reaction to it at all?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    I put several drops on a cotton pad, and then put it on him. And NO it wasn't diluted… when I googled it on the internet I about had a stroke. Do your dogs have a reaction to it at all?!!
    Neither of mine have ever had any reaction to it and I use it on both quite often along with lavender. lemon oil, and peppermint oil one is almost 7 months and my other is 3. I even add it to their Shampoo/ Conditioners. I always dilute it you should never apply it full strength even its a little bit.

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    Well I think that was my FIRST mistake by NOT diluting it, but my vet never told me to dilute it. I guess I need to take an essential oil class… or leave it to the professionals!!!

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