The Canine Campus
Training & Wellness Center

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Essential Oils for Dogs


Available through The Canine Campus

Carrot Seed 

(Daucus carota)

  • Anti-inflammatory, tonic, with moderate antibacterial effects
  • Good for dry, flaky, sensitive skin which is prone to infection
  • Can rejuvenate and stimulate tissue regeneration, thus effective for scar healing


(Juniperus virginiana)

  • Antiseptic, tonifying, circulation-stimulating
  • Good for skin and coat conditioning and dermatitis of all types
  • Flea-repelling

Chamomile, German   

(Matricaria recutita)

  • Anti-inflammatory, non-toxic, gentle and safe to use
  • Good for skin irritations, allergic reactions, burns

Chamomile, Roman 

(Chamaemelum nobile)

  • Antispasmodic, analgesic, nerve-calming
  • Good for soothing the central nervous system
  • Effective for relief of muscle pains, cramps, teething pain
  • A “must-have” oil for your dog!

Clary Sage  

(Salvia sclera)

  • Nerve-calming, gentle when used in small amounts and properly diluted
  • Sedates the central nervous system
  • Avoid using with pregnant dogs

Eucalyptus Radiata  

(Eucalyptus radiata)

  • Antiviral, anti-inflammatory, an expectorant
  • Good for relief of chest congestion
  • Avoid using with small dogs and puppies


(Pelargonium x asperum)

  • Gentle and safe, antifungal
  • Good for skin irritations, fungal ear infections
  • Effective in repelling ticks


(Zingiber officinale)

  • Non-toxic, non-irritating and safe to use in small amounts, properly diluted
  • Good for motion sickness, aids digestion
  • Effective for pain relief caused by arthritis, dysplasia, strains and sprains


(Helichrysum italicum)

  • Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, regenerative effects — extremely therapeutic
  • Excellent for skin conditions and irritations
    (e.g. eczema)
  • Effective for healing of scars and bruises
  • Effective for pain relief


(Lavandula angustifolia)

  • Very safe and gentle, antibacterial, anti-itch, nerve-calming
  • Good for many common animal ailments, e.g. skin irritations, first aid
  • A “must-have” oil for your dog!

Marjoram, Sweet   

(Origanum majorana)

  • Strong antibacterial, calming, a muscle relaxant
  • Good for bacterial skin infections, wound care, insect repelling


(Melaleuca Quinquenervia)

  • Antihistaminic, powerful antibacterial properties, yet less likely to cause irritation than Tea Tree
  • Good for skin irritation and infections caused by allergies
  • A “must-have” oil for your dog!


(Mentha x piperita)

  • Antispamodic, stimulates circulation, insect-repelling
  • Good for arthritis, dysplasia, sprains and strains
  • Works well with ginger to treat motion sickness
  • Avoid using in small dogs + pregnant dogs

Sweet Orange    

(Citrus sinensis)

  • Calming, deodorizing, flea-repelling

Thyme ct. Linalool    

(Thymus vulgaris ct. linalool)

  • Pain relief, good for arthritis and rheumatism
  • Antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral, excellent for infections and other skin issues
  • A “must-have” oil for your dog!


(Valeriana officinalis)

  • Nerve-calming
  • Good for treating dog anxiety such as separation and noise anxiety