Fed regularly to pets, coconut oil may have multiple benefits:

Skin Conditions

  • Clears up skin conditions such as eczema, flea allergies, contact dermatitis,and itchy skin
  • Reduces allergic reactions and improves skin health
  • Makes coats become sleek and glossy, and deodorizes doggy odor
  • Prevents and treats yeast and fungal infections, including candida
  • Disinfects cuts and promotes wound healing
  • Applied topically, promotes the healing of cuts, wounds, hot spots, dry skin and hair, bites and stings


  • Improves digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Aids healing of digestive disorders like inflammatory bowel syndrome and colitis
  • Reduces or eliminates bad breath in dogs
  • Aids in elimination of hairballs and coughing

Immune System, Metabolic function, Bone Health

  • Contains powerful antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal agents that prevent infection and disease
  • Regulates and balance insulin and promotes normal thyroid function
  • Helps prevent or control diabetes
  • Helps reduce weight, increases energy
  • Aids in arthritis or ligament problems

 Make a flea collar.
Take the pet’s collar and put on drops of eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil , citronella, lavender, or geranium. This will need to be done weekly..
Note!: Do not use essential oils on cats! While cats are extremely sensitive to eucalyptus and tea tree oils, a cat’s ability to metabolize any essential oils inhaled, ingested or absorbed through skin is considered to be weak and there is always a risk of overloading a cat’s system.

4 thoughts on “Natural ALTERNATIVES.”

  1. Hi there,
    Should I have this sprinkled on my dogs food or is this just for topical application?

    Also is there are to ingest it, do you have any information or a link to where a proper amount for each type of animals size would be, and is there any information on possible side affects or allergic reactions to watch out for that you know or.

    Thanks for putting this info out there, I had no idea this that crap was sooooo bad, what is it that makes their brand so much more dangerous so I can watch out for it in the future.


  2. I also hear it is good to make a flea color with breathable fabric, and inside put bay leaves & maybe garlic… or you could make one with just lavender oil on it . Another thing I heard that works is cedar oil. I bought some at the pet store today , so far no bad side effects, I’ll wait a week or so to see if my kitty’s flea problem has cleared up :) It’s called “wondercide” by evolv, by the way. It was about 14 bucks. If anyone has anymore remedies that are natural please message me on my facebook (click my name on this post)

  3. I saw this comment a week ago on the coconut oil and I happened to have some on hand as I am watching my cholesterol. I have a boxer that has very sensitive skin and scratches a lot,some which is from just nervousness. I use advantage for fleas NEVER harts.I started using a teaspoon of coco oil and within 24 hours I notices a difference. It has been a week and i give her 2 teaspoons daily with her food. I am truly amazed how well it worked and passed this information on. I have worked for vets for over 20 years and never heard this treatment. I hope more people use it. Thanks!!!

  4. My puppy has been treated at the vet with Advantage for fleas but what can I bath my puppy with to get the dog smell off of her…I have Hartz shampoo, flea and tick and also just a shampoo but now I’m afraid to use anything…

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