Pet Essences

£ 7.35

Keywords: Fierce, snappy, angry, rage, bullying, bad tempered, hostility, irritability, unpredictable, out of control, jealousy.

Ingredients: Cherry Plum, Dill, Holly, Impatiens, Mimulus, Red Clover, Rock Rose, Star of Bethlehem, Tiger Lily, Willow, Vine, Dalmation stone, Heliotrope, Jet, Morion Quartz, Pearl, Petalite, Red Tourmaline and Tibetan Black Quartz flower and gem essences.
This for the animal who is fierce or aggressive by nature, and in certain situations becomes unapproachable and unmanageable. This may because the animal is hurt or ill, has been treated badly, is starving, or is defending its territory or its young. It will spit, bit, peck, bare its teeth, kick or make a lot of noise when approached, to show that it feels threatened. Cherry Plum and Star of Bethlehem essences are to help an animal that has been abused. Holly is for rage, jealousy, fighting or biting tendencies, and where the animal doesnít want to be touched. Willow is for bad-tempered, sulky animals, who harbour hostile thoughts and are jealous of other animals. Vine is for an animal that uses inappropriate aggression to establish dominance over other animals or over what they regard as their territory. Pearl calms fractious behaviour, and Impatiens is for snappy or intolerant animals.
(We rescued a cat from a neighbour who had died. It was "hissy", scratchy and quite dangerous. The neighbourís relative had even threatened to shoot it! Gradually, over time, and with a little help from this essence, this cat was transformed into a very characterful animal, who even though he had long term health problems, become a loving and loyal lap cat).
£ 7.35

Keywords: Fear, panic, trauma, shock, hysteria, over-excitability, re-balancing, soothing.
(The "Rescue Remedy" essence for animals).
Ingredients: Chamomile, Beech, Clematis, Cherry Plum, Chestnut Bud, Citrine, Honeysuckle, Impatiens, Rock Rose, Star of Bethlehem and Vervain Blue Chalcedony, Citrine, Dalmation Stone, Dravidite, Lithium Quartz, Magnesite, Morion Quartz and Pearl flower and gem essences.
This essence is is really the animal version of Bach's "Rescue" essence, but with added essences, to cover a broader spectrum of symptoms caused by the stresses of twenty-first century life. This essence is for an animal who has become frightened due to pain, perceived danger or a a sudden change in circumstances. It may react by becoming aggressive, rushing about, going into shock or not eating. But if your animal is habitually nervous or highly-strung try "Nervous Pet" essence instead. Calm Pet is best for an animal that is normally stable and calm, except in unusual situations. Citrine alleviates emotional trauma. Rock Rose is for giddiness and for animals who are likely to die of terror or shock, such as little birds. Star of Bethlehem is for anaesthetising emotional shock and trauma, and for animals about to undergo an operation. Chamomile is calming, and Pearl and Clematis are for animals in a state of nervous collapse or shock. Cherry Plum is for loss of self-control, and Impatiens is for aggression caused by pain, fear or illness. Honeysuckle is for an animal that just gives up, and Beech is for animals who go rigid or attack when someone tries to help them. Vervain is for calming animals that get hyperactive and over-excited as a reaction to a new, strange situation. Chestnut bud is to help an animal to learn to cope with a generally harmless, but to them a frightening experience, that re-occurs on a regular basis. (For example I knew of a horse that was frightened by a red telephone box at the end of the road where he lived). This essence is for horses that bite, kick or rear up when badly frightened, for animals who hate to be in confined spaces, for those who shake and shiver or suffer uncontrollable panic, for those who try to escape from their rescuers or cages, and for animals who won't eat for days after a very frightening experience.
N.B. Calm Pet essence should be used for the emotional well-being of an animal, in conjunction with veterinary care for itís physical well-being. Where an animal has been frightened, but is not in need of veterinary care, a few drops can be added to water for the animal to drink. However, more effective in most cases, (especially where the animal might need to go to a vet), is to put a few drops in an atomiser and spray over the animals coat, avoiding the eyes and mouth. A few drops put on the hand and stroked into the animalís coat is also effective at calming an animal too, where the animal has not become dangerous to approach.
(I remember putting some drops in my hand and just stroking it over a young robin that had been caught by my cat. I put it on top of the shed roof. He sat tight there for a while with his eyes closed. After a little while I went to check up on him. As I approached he opened one eye, and with a surprised look, that seemed to say "Gosh, Iím still alive then", he flapped his little wings and flew away).
£ 7.35

Keywords: Attention seeking, separation anxiety, bad habits, over-exuberance, inappropriate toilet habits, clinginess, nuisance behaviour, pulling on the lead.
Ingredients: Chamomile, Chestnut Bud, Chicory, Impatiens, Heather,  Vervain, Vine and Willow Atlantisite, Lepidolite and blue Sapphire flower and gem essences.
This essence combination is for modifying any inappropriate the behaviour of any pet. It is not just exclusively for dogs. It helps to alleviate attention-seeking habits such as uncontrollable barking, jumping up, play biting, marking, poor toilet habits, damaging furniture, rolling in muck, habitually trying to escape, or generally making a nuisance of themselves in order to be noticed. Cherry Plum and Vervain essences are for the over-exuberant animal who pulls on the lead, chews or destroys furniture, or urinates in inappropriate places. Chestnut Bud is for an animal that doesn't learn from its mistakes. Heather is for attention seeking. Chicory is for the "Leader of the pack" animal, who canít accept other animals, and for separation anxiety and boredom. Honeysuckle is for homesickness, pining and grief, and for cats that keep returning to a former home. Chamomile is for dogs that bark madly and exhibit wild behaviour. Cherry Plum is for those animals who tear, bite or excessively groom or lick their skin, and for mothers who have a tendency to destroy their young at birth. Willow is for stubborn animals, for example cats who insist on urinating outside their litter tray, or horses who refuse to take the bit or roll in their own dung in the stable. Atlantisite and Lepidolite essences help to change bad behaviour patterns. Lepidolite and blue Sapphire essenes calm emotional stress.
N.B. A dog who exhibits behavioural problems may regard itself as leader of the pack. This dog may tug on the lead, sleep on the bed, get fed before the owner, etc. Use this essence as a training aid, but also take your animal to behaviour classes, where it will be taught to treat you as "top dog".

£ 7.35

Anxiety, jumpy, easily startled or frightened, nervous, shy, pining, easily spooked, known and unknown fears.
Ingredients:  Aspen, Cherry Plum, Crab Apple, Dill, Honeysuckle, Impatiens, Mimulus, Pink Yarrow,  Rock Rose, Red Clover, Wild Rose and Star of Bethlehem Emerald, Golden Topaz, Magnesite, Pearl, Petunia, and Sapphire flower and gem essences.
This is for the pet who is inherently always nervous, jumpy or easily frightened.. A change to their normal routine or something that they find frightening, such as traffic noise, telephones, vets, strangers, confined spaces, other animals, thunderstorms or fireworks can trigger exaggerated fear reactions, stress incontinence, mad rushing around, self-mutilation, whining, shivering or snorting. Sapphire and Impatiens essences are for an animal who is highly strung and tends to rush around when stressed. These animals can be prone to itchy skin, eczema, vomiting or diarrhoea, which is unrelated to their diet. Petunia is for pets suffering from anxiety, Rock Rose is for panic attacks, nervous agitation and phobias (particularly in horses). Dill is for animals that dislike a change in routine. Cherry Plum is for self-destructive behaviour and stress incontinence. Honeysuckle is for animals that pine when their owners are away. Wild Rose is for lack of confidence and despondency. Mimulus, Aspen and Red Clover are for excessively nervous animals, and Pink Yarrow is for pets who mirror their ownerís fears, phobias or anxieties.
£ 11.25

Keywords: Fear, panic, trauma, nervous, aggression, threatening behaviour, snappy, angry, bad-tempered, hissing, kicking, shock, hysteria, trembling, whimpering, soothing, calming.

Ingredients: This is a combination of Aggressive Pet and Calm Pet flower and gem essences, together with a little Bergamot and Roman Camomile essential oils in a base of vodka and rosewater and spring water.
Flower essences included in this Pet Calm Essence Spray are Cherry Plum, Chestnut Bud, Beech, Clematis, Dill, Honeysuckle, Impatiens, Mimulus, Holly, Red Clover, Rock rose, Rock Water, Tiger Lily,  Vervain, Vine and Willow. 

This combination essence with a little essential oils spray is for alleviating extreme upset and distress. It is specifically designed to be used where it is not possible to get near a frightened, aggressive, out of control or hysterical pet. A LITTLE bit of  Pet Calm Spray can be sprayed over the animal, taking care to avoid its eyes and mouth. On the very top of the head or the back of the neck is a good place to spray, if possible. It can also be sprayed in their cage, basket, blanket, stable or living space. After spraying the animal with Pet Calm, wait around five to ten minutes, then repeat if necessary. When the animal has calmed down, speak gently to the animal and make sure the animal has some drinking water available, but if the animal is an aggressive one, first make sure that you cover and protect any parts of your body that the animal might bite or scratch.
This Pet Calm Spray is very gently fragranced, as animals have a much stronger sense of smell  than humans. But if they back away whenever the spray is used, try spraying just water first and see how the animal reacts to that. If the animal does not back away from a little squirt of water, then add just a one little squirt of the spray to water and gradually increase the amount of Pet Calm Spray in the water over a period of time. Do NOT add this Pet Calm spray to drinking water or anything that the animal eats. If you yourself  have become upset by an animalís behaviour, you can put a little Pet Calm Spray onto the palms of your hands. Then gently rub your hands together. Cup your hands loosely over your nose and mouth, and breath very slowly in and out though the nose until you feel calmer.