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Always consult a physician before using essential oils especially if pregnant or taking prescription medications.


Sydney’s Australian Oil of Eucalyptus helps relieve sore muscles, reduces pain, and brings soothing relief to arthritic and rheumatic dogs. Sydney’s is also great for relieving pain due to injuries and chronic pain. Australian Eucalyptus Oil soothes and penetrates the skin to bring quick relief to inflammation sufferers. Rubbed onto the skin, eucalyptus oil stimulates blood flow and generates the sensation of warmth. It soothes the underlying pain and discomfort, bringing relief from muscle aches. Due to its germicidal value, Eucalyptus Oil is a powerful disinfectant for burns, cuts, abrasions, and parasitic skin affections. It can also be used as a natural insect repellent.

How to use essential oils with your dog for fleas: Massage one to four sprays (depending on size) of Sydney’s into hairless or least hairy area of the skin, such as the armpit, groin or inner thigh. Massage until most of the oil is absorbed into the skin (about 1-5 minutes).

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Bath Time
Asthmatic Dogs

Add 1/2 teaspoon of Sydney’s Eucalyptus Oil to the bath water or just a few drops to the pet shampoo.


Dry Bath Spray - add 4 drops of Eucalyptus Oil to 2 cups of warm water. Spray on the coat.

Doggie Bed - add 4-6 drops of Eucalyptus Oil to warm soapy water and wash bedding thoroughly. Rinse well.


Freshen your pets bedding with one or two sprays of Sydney’s Australian Oil of Eucalyptus.

To help asthmatic dogs - Diffuser/Humidifier- Add a few drops of Sydney’s to the water in a diffuser/Humidifier. Leave your dog in the room with the diffuser for about 30 minutes, twice daily, while the oil is evaporating into the air your dog will breathe it in.

For Fleas