Oregano Oil for Dogs

Oregano Oil used with care and diluted for dogs or cats…the benefits are first-rate(remembering now not all oils are safe for pets ). Oregano through is secure and that I blend it with coconut oil approximately 10 drops in a cup for all pores and skin irritations long gone in a couple of days to per week mainly yeast pores and skin issues in dogs!!

With studies suggesting that the power of oregano extends beyond the kitchen, enthusiasts from veterinary to chicken farms use oregano oil as a safe alternative to traditional Western antibiotics. It is strong, so carefully follow the treatment instructions from your veterinarian or dog health practitioner when using this oil for your dog. Contact the veterinarian if the dog has a fever, or has a deep wound or a hot, painful injury when touching it.

Killer components
Oregano oil contains two powerful phenols – chemical compounds – that destroy harmful bacteria and microorganisms. In addition to being used to treat dog diseases and conditions caused by bacteria and fungi, it has also been shown to be effective against viruses and some parasites. If your veterinarian prescribes conventional antibiotic treatment, ask him about adding oregano oil with antibiotics to your dog. An addition may mean that your dog can take a smaller dose of antibiotics. Oregano oil is also known to reduce the negative side effects of some antibiotics.

Doses for diseases and infections
Janet Roark, a veterinarian from Austin, Texas, advises dog lovers to dilute oregano oil in most cases, whether they are administered topically or orally. For topical applications, such as fungal skin diseases, mix one drop with a teaspoon of carrier oil, such as olive oil. When administering orally, use two to three drops in a teaspoon of oil and give your puppy three times a day, or as directed by your doctor. Coconut oil also acts as a carrier oil for internal doses.

Roark only uses therapeutic oregano oil in its practice and warns that any lower degree can negatively affect the effectiveness of the oil. You can make your own by mixing half a teaspoon of high-quality dried thyme with half to one ounce of olive oil. Leave the mixture for 24 to 48 hours, then dilute it like the commercially purchased essential oil.

Ear mites
Obsessive ear mites require more concentration; try 15 drops to 1 ounce of carrier oil. Put five to 20 drops of this mixture in each ear every day. You can also buy commercial products specially prepared for dog ears that don’t need to be diluted. Never put oregano oil in a dog’s ear to treat a suspected ear infection without examining your pet’s ears to ensure the correct diagnosis and proper eardrums.

Side effects
Oregano oil is so effective that it also kills methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus – often referred to as MRSA – that resists many common antibiotics. This strength is also why Roark advised dog owners to reduce oregano oil, especially when used on dog skin for the first time. When thyme oil is properly diluted, it is considered a very safe oil whether taken orally or topically, but do not increase your dog’s dose without contacting your pet’s health practitioner or veterinarian. If you notice any skin irritation to the dog, stop using it immediately.

Is oregano oil safe for dogs?
This non-toxic herb has been used to help with digestive issues, diarrhea, and gas. Research using oregano oil also showed anti-fungal properties. … no toxicity has been reported to dogs although very high doses may lead to liver or kidney problems.

Does oregano oil kill salmonella?
Carvacrol has been shown to be effective against a wide range of infections including those caused by the following bacteria, parasites and fungi: Candida albicans, E. coli, Giardia, Campylobacter, Salmonella, Pseudomonas, Clipsella and Listeria.