When you love your pet and you want to do the best you can for him, you might consider using natural products whenever possible. Many people who have chosen organic and natural products for their own lives, also decide to do so for their pets. If you’re in this boat, congratulations on making a decision to improve your pet’s health. Now your next step might be to figure out how to find great natural products for your pet and also in what way they can be used. There are many out there but we are going to take a look at a few common ones to get you started.
There are many natural products available for pets. Some are better than others, and some are not products as much as remedies. Avoiding chemical products and unnatural treatments is second nature for most pet parents, and these natural options will help.
7 Great Natural Products for Your Pet
- Diatomaceous earth (food grade) is used for many things. From all natural flea and tick control to expelling worms and parasites.
- Mint, Parsley and Dill are herbs that can be used in homemade pet treats to freshen breath.
- Natural oatmeal shampoo for pets, like Aveeno oatmeal bath for people, works to soothe dry skin, itchiness and hot spots. Don’t want to make your own? Get yours here.
- Yogurt with live active cultures helps soothe pet tummies. When your furry friends overindulge or have an upset tummy add a few spoons of yogurt to their diet for a few days.
- Irritated pet eyes may be remedied with whole white milk. The fat and acid in the milk soothe eyes and helps prevent eye crust and running.
- Brewer’s yeast added to pet food will help repel fleas on both cats and dogs.
- Coconut Oil is amazing for your pets skin and coat. I sometimes will add a teaspoon to my dogs food or let them lick it right of the spoon.
There are many other natural foods and products that serve a variety of purposes when caring for your pets. Read labels and try to use as many natural items as possible for the health and happiness of your pet. In addition to these natural products, you can also use natural remedies when it comes to caring for your pet, or handling certain medical issues. Always talk to your vet if you’re uncertain but many vets recommend natural treatments for common pet ailments.
If you’ve decided you want to raise your pet with more natural products, it’s as simple as doing some research and shopping around so that you can find the best products to meet your needs.