EO Vet Membership with Dr. Janet Roark

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Operating as usual

05/05/2020

Look at what these oils can do! Love that he became a "herd diffuser" 💜🐏💜

02/05/2020

How much truer can this statement be???

True life:

18/03/2020

CAN OUR PETS CATCH THE CORONAVIRUS?

The CDC says that, at present, there is no evidence to suggest that dogs or cats will become a source of infection of COVID-19 in other animals or humans.

In late February, Hong Kong authorities quarantined a dog after samples from the dog's nasal cavity and mouth tested "weak positive" for the virus. The dog’s owner had tested positive for COVID-19. Currently, the dog has tested positive multiple times, but is not showing signs of illness. Authorities believe it is a case of human to animal transmission but stress that it is not cause for alarm.

It's important to remember that viruses can sometimes infect a species but not cause illness in that species, nor become transmissible to others. Again, it is not believed that pets such as cats or dogs can pass COVID-19 to humans.

And, as far as realistic risk factors—if, for instance, your dog is usually at home and doesn't contact other dogs or people and no one in your household has COVID-19, the odds that your pet would become infected are highly unlikely.

If you have COVID-19, you should restrict your contact with pets and other animals, just like you would with other people. When possible, have another member of your household care for your animals while you are sick. Avoid direct contact with pets, including petting, snuggling, being kissed or licked, and sharing food. If you must care for your pet or be around animals while you are sick, wash your hands before and after you interact with pets and wear a facemask as directed by your physician.

As a matter of everyday health, it is always a good idea to wash your hands with soap and water after contact with pets to help avoid transmission of more common illness-causing agents, such as E. coli and Salmonella.

26/11/2019

Thanksgiving advice from Dr. Janet Roark - the EO Vet!

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22/11/2019

You all need to check this out and share!

Here we go again... another click-bait blog by... author unknown because they didn’t even post their name... is being shared by people afraid that essential oils will harm their animals. Here’s a screenshot of the post for those of you that have been tagged in posts about it.

Let’s go over a few things here.

1. Yes, tea tree oil can be harmful to pets if you use WAY too much of it. Check out essentialoilvet.com/faq for more on that.

2. When using essential oils, only use tested as pure essential oils, which means... not from amazon, your local grocery store, or people you don’t know or trust or won’t/ can’t show you the test results. Many essential oils are adulterated with chemicals are are very toxic to pets to breathe in. Please message me if you want to know if your brand is safe to diffuse around pets.

3. Essential oils are often falsely blamed for toxicity when usually something else is going on. It’s an easy scapegoat.

4. When diffusing, only use 3-4 drops of oil in a water based diffuser on an intermittent setting.

5. Be sure your diffuser is in an area where your pet cannot knock it over.

6. Be sure to diffuse in an open area with the door open so your pet can leave the room if desired.

7. Follow the dilution guide for proper dilution with animals - you can get that free here: essentialoilvet.com/dilute

8. This particular article/ post is from February 2018, doesn’t have an author, and has zero references.

9. Please keep in mind these sorts of posts are promoted during the holidays and there is usually a pixel attached to whoever clicks on it, meaning the company who posted it can now retarget you for ads associated with their products (this particular post is from a company that sells dog products online like collars, kennels, leashes, tees, etc.)

10. If your pet is sensitive to an oil you are diffusing, stop the diffuser and get your pet some fresh air. Contact your veterinarian if you are concerned.

It is good to be careful using oils around animals, but let’s not get overly paranoid about it. Follow some common sense guidelines and rest assured you are actually helping them, not hurting them!

24/10/2019

HOW MANY DROPS OF DIFFERENT OILS CAN I GIVE TO MY 100lb DOG AT ONE TIME?

From Dr. Janet Roark:

A 100lb dog is about the same size as a small person, so you can use the same amount of oils as you would with a human of that size.

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19/10/2019

FRIDAY FUN TIME

Would you think that this video is a hilarious BUT ACCURATE portrayal of your fluffy feline friends?

17/10/2019

TESTIMONY TIME!

We wanted to feature Kailee Klobes today. What an awesome thing we have in essential oils...

Our 14 week old puppy was dealing with some nausea and vomiting. He wouldn’t eat or drink. I applied 1 drop of DigestZen in coconut oil to his abdomen, he slept for an hour and when he woke up he went straight to his food bowl, ate his food and drank like he’d never had water before. So thankful to see how quickly it helped him ❤️

HAVE YOU USED DIGESTZEN FOR YOUR PET?

16/10/2019

TESTIMONY TIME!

This is a great one from Deena Jeske Nick 💜

What do YOU use to help calm your pets during a storm?

16/07/2019
These Major Restaurants Have Secret Menus For Dogs 23/01/2019

WOW - Look at this resource we found and wanted to share with you all!

Which one of these restaurants with secret menus for dogs have you tried?

FEEL FREE TO SHARE THIS POST WITH OTHER DOG LOVERS 💜🐶🐾

These Major Restaurants Have Secret Menus For Dogs The restaurant world is more pet-friendly than you'd think. Just be sure to consult your vet before feeding your pup something new.

23/01/2019

EOA CLASS SNEAK PEEK




INTRODUCING OILS TO YOUR HORSE

Do you love those unique sounds that only a select few get to hear—the neighing, whinnying, cantering, or galloping sound of a horse?

Are you one of those who can’t wait to spend time with your equine friend, either on a leisurely trot, or a breathtaking race?

As a follow-up to our previous Class, Essential Oils and Pets, we’ve developed this new Class especially for horses. We’ll be talking about how Essential Oils can provide an all-natural solution and help for many issues your horse may encounter.

And it all starts with introducing Essential Oils to your horse.


When introducing oils to your horse, allow him to smell the oil first – you can do this with the cap off or on.


It is generally supposed that, if horses were free to roam the countryside, as herbivores, they would naturally seek out and consume those plants that could best improve their health. As such, horses are naturally very receptive to Essential Oils, and often love all of them!

Here are some tips:

• SELF SELECTION: allow your horse to choose which oil he likes.

• Introduce the oil initially by smelling the oil from the bottle.

• Positive Results may be subtle: be observant, but let the horse tell you “yes” or “no” with his behavior.

- A “yes” may be licking, chewing, the flehmens response,* or trying to take the bottle from you (but do not let them take the bottle from you!).

- A “no” may be simply turning their head away, walking away, backing up, or other negative behavior.

- Horses also have “neutral” responses, where they seem to be indifferent to the oil; in this case, it is safe to use the oil if it is an oil you want to use with your horse for a specific reason.

• Always observe your horse’s behavior when applying a new oil.



* Flehmens Response: A behavior in which a horse will curl up its upper lip, inhaling and extending the neck, often holding the position for a few seconds. This helps trap scents in the vomeronasal organ for smells that are new to them and which they are wanting to retain for longer, and perhaps analyze. This is a positive response to a smell with regards to Essential Oils.


QUESTION – DO YOU OWN A HORSE? HOW MANY AND WHAT BREED?



p.s. This post is used by permission from Essential Oils Academy. You can purchase your own class on Essential Oils for Pets at http://essentialoilvet.com/EOAclasses

04/01/2019

EOA CLASS SNEAK PEEK




The FOCUS BLEND contains oils that have been used traditionally to promote calmness, focus, and a balanced state of mind.

This proprietary blend consists of Amyris, Patchouli, Frankincense, Lime, Ylang Ylang, Hawaiian Sandalwood, and Roman Chamomile. These oils are famous for supporting the nervous system and promoting emotional balance.

FOCUS BLEND can be applied topically to the neck or along the spine, or diffused to help your pet remain on task.

• Helps to maintain focus amidst distractions.
• Promotes clarity and understanding.

• Use during training or on walks.

TOPICAL APPLICATION:
Apply 1–2 drops 2–4 times daily as follows:

1 tsp. carrier oil to 5 drops Essential Oil for dogs over 20 pounds.

1 tbsp. carrier oil to 5 drops Essential Oil for dogs under 20 pounds.


This oil is not recommended for use topically with cats – mix 1 drop Essential Oil in 2 tbsp. carrier oil and apply 1 drop of this on a collar if desired, or use water diffusion instead.

Diffuse for several hours each day and during the night if needed.

QUESTION – DO YOU KNOW AN EASILY DISTRACTED PET THAT COULD USE THIS OIL? IF SO, WHAT KIND OF PET?

p.s. This post is used by permission from Essential Oils Academy. You can purchase your own class on Essential Oils for Pets at http://essentialoilvet.com/EOAclasses

PODCAST - Essential Oils Academy 24/12/2018

Essential Oils for reindeer? Cats getting in the eggnog? The Thurapae Family singing a favorite Christmas song? Episode 2 of The Essential Oils Academy Business Builders Podcast has all this and more!

In our latest episode, I'm pleased to welcome Dr. Janet Roark, The Essential Oil Vet, for a fun and informative conversation about about how Wellness Advocates can expand their businesses with local veterinarians, pet owners, and farmers, as well as her appearance at the recent dōTERRA Convention (right before Hugh Jackman), and whether veterinarians are allowed to have a favorite animal!

And, as usual, AroMay Thurapae calls in for a talk, sharing some funny tales about her cousin Hucklebelly, her Uncle Scroogey Bob, and her Aunt Merline's cat. And AroMay is joined by a bunch of her kinfolk to sing and play a favorite Christmas song!

And stick around at the end for a few fun bloopers and outtakes from the EOA recording studio.

We're having a blast getting this new Podcast off the ground, but we need your help! Leave a comment to let us know what you think. And be sure to Like, Share, and Subscribe to The Essential Oils Academy Business Builders Podcast!

http://www.essential-oils-academy.com/podcast/

LET US KNOW WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT OUR LATEST PODCAST! And give us some ideas about who else you would like to see interviewed on the show...

PODCAST - Essential Oils Academy

20/10/2018

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18/08/2018

DIFFUSING TOO MANY OILS?





Would love to know what oils CANNOT be mixed together in a diffuser, cats in particular, and interactions to look for when diffusing oils together. What not to put in a diffuser at same time.

In particular Juniper berry, Lavender/Lavender Peace, Digestive Blend and Frankincense....

ANSWER FROM Dr. Janet Roark:

Answer: In general, I do not recommend diffusing too many oils at one time. Usually 2-3 oils at a time is sufficient, especially since we’re only using 3-4 drops total with cats in the area.

So in your example. I would diffuse Digestive Blend by itself but would not hesitate to put Frankincense in with anything, or Lavender.

QUESTION - WHAT OILS DO YOU LIKE TO DIFFUSE AROUND ANIMALS IN YOUR HOME?

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Who is Dr. Janet Roark, DVM?

Dr. Janet Roark is a veterinarian and the proud owner of Hill Country Mobile Veterinary Service in Austin, Texas. She graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She started using essential oils for her own health after battling physical as well as emotional struggles related to stress. Essential oils have quite literally changed her life forever, and because of that, she has to tell everyone she meets about them!

Dr. Janet began using essential oils in her practice about 6 months after incorporating them into her daily life, and doing a lot of research and reading every available book and article she could find on the subject. Her first case was nothing short of miraculous and she has never looked back since. She has dedicated herself to educating others about the safe (and effective) use of essential oils animals and the people who own and love them! Her hope and prayer is that you find the information here in this membership valuable and are able to use essential oils safely and more comfortably in your home.

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