If you know me and my fur kids, you know Abbie has some serious anxiety issues, ESPECIALLY when meeting new dogs. That’s why we’ve created a calming mist for her before we head out to dog parks, influencer appearances, and for long car rides.
This blend is SUPER easy and quick to make and you can just throw it in your purse if you’re an on-the-go gal! Nice thing about this DIY is that you can use it on yourself if you’re feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or need a little help falling asleep at night. It’s a win for everyone!
- 16-ounce spray bottle
- Distilled water
- Lavender essential oil
- Roman Chamomile essential oil
- Rosemary essential oil
- Add 10 drops of each essential oil to your 16-ounce spray bottle, then fill up with distilled water.
- Shake before each use and spray around your pup! It’s seriously that easy!
Do not spray near eyes! That means don’t spray in your or your dog’s face!
Spray on your hands and give your pup a nice ear rub or body massage to work the blend into their system.
We only use Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils from DoTERRA. After doing extensive research and testing out different brands/companies, I’ve found they are the most effective and safe.
Now you can go enjoy a nice, relaxing day with your chill pup! Let us know how it goes by posting pictures and tagging Gal’s Best Friend on social media!
Chelsea Evans is a founder and blogger for Gal’s Best Friend, a lifestyle site for modern-day dog moms. At a young age, she was referred to as Elly May Clampett, because she tried to take in every stray animal she found. Her love of animals grew from a passion into a career. Chelsea has a background in sales, marketing, and pet nutrition and knows the dog industry well. She helps companies leverage the online space to be seen worldwide and improve their online visibility. She’s passionate about all things furry and helping businesses grow through community management, dog events, ambassador marketing, and influencer and social media growth. Although the dog industry is her passion and career, her favorite past-time is being outdoors with her two German Shorthaired Pointers, husband, and 8-month old son. Connect with her to help your pet business grow and/or collaborate for a blog feature!