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MAX  as a healthy, curious puppy — c/o Laymani Boxers  

 

However, these recommendations will only harm your attempt at adjusting your dog.

Ask a person whose dog has a fear of rain, water, loud noises or thunder, if they used the can or spray bottle method when their pup was young, 8 out of 10 times they will say yes.

 

FEAR STAGES

 You see puppies go through two essential fear stages during their development, both of which coincide with critical socialization windows. (ucDavis). 

 

Some breeds actually go through  3-4 four stages and what you want do not want to do-is imprinted fear-that will remain with them throughout their life.

 

This can happen if they are not kept secure, comfortable and exposed to healthy stress free conditions,  during these all important growth stages. 

 DO NOT FORCE 

Forcing your pup into situations that they are not comfortable with or using the tactics listed above to address unwanted  behavior,  will only do the opposite of what you want to achieve; you will end up with a dog that doesn't properly adapt to its surroundings. 

 

Fear in a dog comes out in several ways, nervous nellies, barkers, or a host of aggressive behaviors, these can all be results of not keeping a pup confident, secure independent (yes, too much coddling and no time alone can backfire too) . We need to expose them to new situations  and give them the freedom to explore , yet never force. We want them to go at their own pace using their own healthy curiosity.  

 

At Aunt Lyn’s, we do not suggest methods that  intimidate your puppy with loud noises, water, and taps, but rather to not force your canine into a bad situation.

However, that doesn’t mean shying away a good learning lesson; next time there is thunder, a fire alarm, or a reason  your little pup may  panic, YOU must  remain cool  calm and project a sense of security.

Do not rush to comfort, but rather mentally and outwardly project that there is nothing to be afraid of.  This is what a momma dog dogs and early on your dog speaks predominantly ......yes DOG! lol

 

So do what a dog would do.

The next time your pup shy's away from a new situation, such as a guest entering your home,  do not force the pup towards the person or allow the person to grab or keep going at or coxing your pup.  Let the pup observe as they do in nature - until he or she feels comfortable to approach. Your pup is observing you and how you react-after all you are the pack leader.

 

In this way the pup is learning to trust its own observational skills and instincts and also sees that you have the skills to lead. After all, a good leader remains calm, sets the tone, encourages independence and self sufficiency-not dependency. Your puppy  trusting you and seeing you as the leader, is tantamount in nurturing the secure, confident, well trained companion you want and need him or her to be.

As far as correcting bad behaivor such as grabbing a shoe or some other thing not allowed....Teach your dog like a momma dog would. Show disapproval with sound  facial expression and gently but sternly push your pup away.  Also add a human word -- this will begin transitioning your pup to understanding human words and communication, by associating your word with the canine sound- action and  facial behavior you use.

 

Oh, and did you know  that aromatherapy using essential oils has been shown to also help relax dogs Bell 2004 ). It is vital to provide an environment where your dog can remain relaxed, and that’s why Aunt Lyn’s Calming Cologne, in either regular or maximum strength, is a great chose. It not only works, and its portable!  A few spritzes on the collar and you are ready for new adventures or a trip to the groomer or vet. Relaxing a home try a spritz on your dogs bedding or better yet add some Aunt Lyn's Calming Cologne to your differer so the whole family can benefit. Enjoy   the soothing aromatherapy of our proprietary blend which includes among others, Bulgarian lavender and Chamomile . 

 

Yes, so while you are here check out   Aunt Lyn's Calming Cologne line , it can help tremendously during not just fear stages and training but at other times throughout your dog's life.  Oh, and we think you will benefit too.

 

Talon  ready to correct, puppy Cira Pace
- In order to protect her-if she plays too rough with the mirror.
Talon will use a harsh sound,  a gentle paw or her mouth to
Correct...… Never a water spritz or jar of coins  ;-) 

GOOD LUCK! We know you can do this!  

 

Recap Tip: when contemplating training techniques for young pups — always think about if the action is mimicking, even mildly the sound or action of a momma dog — because that's what works. 

 

Think about it-a pup has not yet learned "ways of people" yet... that will come in time, but instinctively they do  know the dog! 

 

 

Citation: Bell, Kristen Leigh. 2004. Holistic Aromatherapy for Animals. Forres, Scotland: Findhorn Press. 
“Critical periods in puppy development.”


About Aunt Lyn's:

 

Aunt Lyn has been in dog care service for over two decades. In this time, she has trained hundreds of canines of all varieties, with there being hardly a breed that she has not had hands on experience with. This includes helping not only the dog’s physical health, but also their emotional well-being. Her dedication to this cause has led her to create her own line of essential oils for canines. This blog shares much of the useful information that Aunt Lyn has gathered through her years of experience, from her nutritional expertise, to animal safety tips, and innovative B.E.S.T (Behavior, Exercise, Socialization, Training) approach.

     

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    Coconut Oil

    Coconut oil in its raw form is one of the healthiest fats to consume. It aids in weight loss, increases energy, speeds up metabolism, and boosts the immune system. It also benefits the digestive system and helps memory and cognitive function.

    Topically it aids in dry skin and scalp issues. Also promotes healthy looking skin. Coconut has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. Many people use coconut oil for medicinal purposes.

    In dogs, the Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) in coconut oil balances the thyroid which helps overweight dogs lose weight and sedentary dogs feel energetic. As a bonus, coconut oil improves any dog’s skin and coat, improves digestion and reduces allergic reactions. -Dogs Naturally Magazine. Aunt Lyn's Wellness products use the smallest amounts necessary in order to derive the maximum benefits.

    If you are interested in reading more about the uses and benefits of coconut oil for dogs, here is a link : http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com

    Olive Oil

    Olive oil is made from the fruit of the olive tree and is naturally high in healthy fatty acids. Some of the benefits include, promoting a healthy heart, fighting certain types of cancer, and supporting brain health. Olive oil can be used to treat or help prevent diabetes, and it helps balance hormones.

    The oils used in Aunt Lyn's Wellness products, whether essential oils or carrier oils like olive oil, are given to the pet in small but effective quantities. use olive oil in small amounts as a carrier for EO's we also feel good knowing that the benefits of our Carrier Oils go far beyond what you purchase our products for.

    Here is some further information on using olive oil to optimize your furry friends health: "Rich in monounsaturated fats, olive oil prevents and lessens the effects of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. It contains oleic acid, in addition to some compounds (squalene and terpenoids) that are believed to be effective in preventing cancer, which kills a staggering 50% of dogs over the age of 10".

    Link to “8 Reasons to Add Olive Oil to Your Dog's Diet: http://www.dogster.com

    Mineral Oil

    Mineral oil has various positive effects on skin, hair, and health. Mineral Oil can also eliminate ear mites which in turn helps reduce excessive scratching of the ears.

    At Aunt Lyn's we use just the right amounts mineral oil to get the maximum benefit from the essential oils. And remember, there are health benefits in the both the essential and carrier oils.

    Mineral oil is also well know to treat constipation in both people and pets. While we do not have a blend to treat constipation in dogs, if you are interested in reading further on this subject here is the link that will help: https://www.cuteness.com/article/administer-mineral-oil-dogs#close

    Thieves Oil

    Thieves Oil is made up of five essential oils, clove, rosemary, lemon, eucalyptus and cinnamon bark. It is known to reduce stress, neutralize bacterial and viral pathogens, improve digestion, strengthen bones and reduce inflammation. It is also well known for lowering fever, healing skin conditions, aiding in weight loss and strengthening the respiratory system.

    In this case a picture is worth 1000 words .

    The many uses of Thieves Oil :

    Oregano Oil

    Known primarily for its ability to add flavor to many foods, Oregano Oil is also used to treat a number of physical ailments. The herb boasts strong antimicrobial, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties.

    It is often used as a digested and respiratory aid (lessening mucus), and has been used for centuries to help get rid of intestinal parasites. Oregano is known to have powerful antioxidant and anticancer activity.

    “In a study at Georgetown University, essential oil of oregano inhibited the growth of Staphylococcus (staph) bacteria in the test tube as effectively as antibiotics did.” - Prescription for Dietary Wellness: Using Foods to Heal by Phyllis A. Balch, CNC

    In nature, dogs would eat herbs and grasses that were naturally and readily available to them, in order to help keep their gut balanced and parasites in check. In today's world - many urban dwellings have no yards and even in suburban areas the landscape is not filled with the raw wild herbs that are needed. This is one reason why more and more people are turning to essential oils - essential oils for both themselves and their beloved pets.

    “In one study, 77 percent of patients treated for enteric parasites were parasite free after taking oil of oregano in tablet form for six weeks. At this writing, it has inhibited the growth of at least ten different microbes, including Candida albicans (yeast).”

    To read more on this subject click here: http://www.naturalnews.com/027333_oregano_parasites.html#

    Clove Bud Oil

    Clove oil, derived from the clove leaf is widely known as a herb, but clove oil has many uses in daily life, especially for ailments that typically strike. Some of the many benefits are, relieving tooth and gum irritations, moisturizers dry skin and treats other skin issues, improves blood circulation. It can also be used as an insect repellent.

    At Aunt Lyn’s, we use clove oil for all the therapeutic reasons listed above. If not treated, dogs may lick and gnaw on their wounds, hot spots, itchy feet and ears. This does not aid healing. It can actually delay healing and cause infections. Clove in tiny amounts will deter the dog from licking and aid the healing process.

    Be careful with using clove oil – and any essential oil – as it must be diluted properly. If you are interested In learning more begin here http://articles.mercola.com/herbal-oils/clove-bud-oil.

    Yarrow

    Yarrow is a plant that flowers similar to chamomile and chrysanthemum. It contains flavonoids, plant based chemicals that increase saliva and stomach acid which helps improve digestion. Traditionally, it is used in three ways:

    Yarrow is a powerhouse with regard to your dog’s medicinal needs. In our opinion, it is one of the best staples to have in your first aid kit and we use it often when blending remedies.

    Here are a few of its benefits; antiseptic, anti-Inflammatory, astringent, analgesic, expectorant, insect repellant, and worm expeller.

    Ginger

    Ginger comes in two primary forms, fresh and ground. Whatever ginger you choose, you can count on it doing great things for your health. The root is full of vitamins, minerals, and compounds that help your body grow and repair itself, and your brain to stay in tip top shape. The root is also packed with phenolic compounds that improve your digestive system. It is also able to reduce nausea and bolster your immune system. Additionally, it helps relieve muscle discomfort, reduce inflammation in joints, improves cognitive function, and reduce levels of bad cholesterol.

    We love ginger for ourselves and our furry friends can benefit too. It can relieve arthritis, bloat, and studies have shown success using Ginger as a preventive in both cancer and heartworm. It is a terrific anti inflammatory and even can relieve nausea.

    Lavender

    The essential oil of lavender when applied externally treats joint pain, muscle aches, and a variety of skin conditions including insect stings, acne, eczema, and burns. Lavender essential oil when inhaled can relieve headaches, anxiety and stress. A tincture of lavender taken by mouth can relieve joint pain, depression, migraines, indigestion, and anxiety.

    Our canine friends can benefit from lavender in a huge way. Of course, it is one of the more pleasing essential oil scents that also repels certain pesky bugs. Lavender from different parts of the world and different varieties can help calm agitated high anxiety or stress canines.

    “Traditional treatments for travel-induced excitement in dogs may be time-consuming, expensive or associated with adverse effects. Aromatherapy in the form of diffused lavender odor may offer a practical alternative treatment …” (Wells, D.L. 2006. Aromatherapy for travel-induced excitement in dogs, JAVMA 229(6): 964–67.)

    Rosemary

    The Rosemary leaf and twigs of the rosemary plant are used for culinary and medicinal purposes. It is used as a spice when cooking and also used for fragrance in soaps and cosmetics. Traditionally, rosemary has been used medicinally to improve memory, relieve muscle pain and spasm, stimulate hair growth, and support the circulatory and nervous systems. Rosemary is often used in aromatherapy to increase concentration and memory, and to relieve stress.

    Rosemary is one of many herbs that when blended properly can repel both fleas and tick. It is also a great spice to add to your dogs homemade food because it can boost his or her immune system.

    Turmeric

    Turmeric is a spice with a peppery flavor and mild smell. It is extremely popular as a seasoning, as well as a healthy and great remedy for many illnesses. It can help fight against obesity and it is used as an anti-inflammatory to help reduce joint and muscle pain caused by several diseases. It also treats bowel diseases, helps relieves cystic fibrosis, prevents some cancers, helps lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and protects your heart and liver.

    Turmeric is a staple in Aunt Lyn's home, for herself and her dog friends. Turmeric has been thought to prevent cancer, to aid digestive issues, and to help clean teeth by keeping plaque away and bacteria that causes bad breath in our canine companions.

    Basil

    Basil is from a native plant originally from India. It is one of the most popular culinary herbs. While known for its many varieties, it is popular for its distinct aromas that come from their essential oils contained in its leaves. Medicinally, it has been known to help treat common colds, headaches, stomach disorders, inflammation, heart disease, various forms of poisoning, and malaria. Basil can be also used as an aromatic nerve tonic. It clears the head, relieves intellectual fatigue, and gives the mind strength and clarity.

    Basil is another herb we sprinkle on our homemade dog food and treats. It helps our canines with inflammation, digestion, and fresh breathe!

    So add this herb into your precious pet’s food.

    Parsley

    Parsley is a surprisingly healthy food for a number of reasons. Having been used for centuries, it is more than just a garnish. It is an incredibly healthy herb that contains a wide range of helpful vitamins.

    It is full of vitamin C, which is best known for giving your immune system a boost. Parsley contains ample amounts of folic acid. Foods high in folic acid can help the body regulate blood pressure and produce and maintain cells.

    Vitamin K is also found in parsley and is incredibly important nutrient in helping the body respond to injuries. Why?

    Because it helps in the clotting process, giving the body a chance to stop the damage and begin the healing process.

    Vitamin K has also been shown to help reduce the risk of bone damage and build bone durability. Parsley is known to aid in digestion, can reduce inflammation around the joints to reduce pain and could possibly act as a diuretic.

    Using parsley for our dogs enables us to share many of the same health benefits listed above for people.

    At Aunt Lyn's we always make sure to sprinkle parsley in our homemade dog food for an immune boost and for fresh, clean breath.

    Eggshells

    There are surprising uses for eggshells. They are known to be packed with protein. They also contain nutrients that promotes healthy joints, like collagen, chondroitin, glucosamine, and hyaluronic acid. The calcium rich shells can act as a natural supplement for certain animals. The gently abrasive shells can be used externally as an exfoliant. As a household cleaner, the abrasive particles will safely buff away stains and grease. The calcium in the shells can also help your plants grow faster and healthier, and take the bitterness out of your ground coffee.

    Regarding our canine’s health, many people make the mistake of feeding their four legged companions either cooked or raw eggs (if the dog is on a raw diet) and then throwing out the eggshell. The eggshell contains not only beneficial vitamins but also helps balance the nutrients in the egg yolk and whites. Not including the eggshell reduces the beneficial effects of the egg and could potentially result in a depletion of the calcium reserve.

    Another super benefit our dogs and pups can get from eggshells is the ability to naturally express their anal sacs. Having this occur naturally is always much better then doing manually expressing our dogs anal sacs, ourselves or having our veterinarians do it. Either way it is an unpleasant experience for us and our dog!

    So add those eggshells!

    Activated Charcoal

    Activated Charcoal powder is an amazing substance and with many benefits. It adsorbs more poisons than any other substance known to mankind. As the absorption ability is one of the major benefits of activated charcoal, this substance is routinely used in hospitals and by physicians. It can do various things because of its ability to attract other substances to the surface and hold them there. This is called “adsorption” (not absorption). The powder is used for many uses such as cleansing the mouth and the digestive tract. Charcoal is used as a remedy when many different types of poisons have been swallowed. Physicians recognize activated charcoal’s benefits and use the substance for several purposes. To treat insect bites, poisoning, diarrhea, foot and mouth disease, disinfect and deodorize wounds, filter toxins from the blood in liver and kidney diseases. Additional uses are for treating acne and skin issues, indigestion, heartburn, acid reflux, bowel diseases, and high blood pressure.

    With our favorite furry canine pet partners, activated charcoal can be used to take the “sting” out of bee stings, fire ants, and other bug bites. It draws out the toxins that can cause a histamine reaction.

    Cinnamon

    Cinnamon has been a major component of alternative medicine for thousands of years. It is rich in nutrients making it a well-rounded food that will ensure your body has what it needs to be healthy. The bark contains a number of oils that provide the body with many benefits. Some of the benefits are that it controls blood pressure, boosts brain function, improves essential colon function, protects against heart disease, improves blood circulation, treats respiratory infections, helps prevent some cancers, reduces bad cholesterol, treats neurodegeneration diseases and alleviates arthritis pain.

    Cinnamon is a “hot” oil and you need to be very careful when using on your dog. While all essential oils must be diluted with a carrier oil, it is even more important that cinnamon oil be diluted and not used at full strength.

    With the proper essential oil blend, cinnamon can do wonders in keeping fleas and ticks away, and it also help boost the effectiveness in other natural blends in helping with respiratory and or allergy issues.

    Chamomile

    Two distinct plants, German and Roman chamomile, are both known as chamomile and are often used interchangeably. They both look like miniature daisies and are traditionally thought to possess similar medicinal benefits.

    The modern use of chamomile dates back to 1921 when a German firm introduced a topical form. This cream became a popular treatment for a wide variety of skin disorders, including eczema, bedsores, skin inflammation caused by radiation therapy, and dermatitis.

    Chamomile in the form of tea is said to reduce mild tension, stress, and aid in indigestion.

    A medicinal use of chamomile in pet health is to reduce vomiting, especially pups who vomit when excited. It can also be used in many essential oil blends to calm anxious dogs.

    Eucalyptus

    The eucalyptus tree originated in Australia and Tasmania. There are many different varieties of eucalyptus, with somewhat different constituents. The most common type used medicinally is eucalyptus globules. Eucalyptus oil has a long history of use as a topical antiseptic. It has also been used as a lozenge, and with inhalation therapy for asthma, coughs, sore throats, and other respiratory conditions. Other combination therapies containing eucalyptus oil can be found in aromatherapy.

    Eucalyptus leaves include tannins which are used for treatment of inflammation. The oil derived from the leaves and branch tips contain cineole, which is a natural antiseptic.

    Some additional benefits are the relief of nasal congestion, headache, and overall malaise.

    With regard to our dogs, eucalyptus can be used in blends to keep away dangerous fleas, ticks, and even those annoying horse flies

    Castile

    Castile soap contains vegetable-based ingredients such as coconut oil, olive oil, hemp oil, and jojoba oil along with water, and other essential oils. As they are based on vegetable oils rather than animal fat, pure castile soaps are suitable for vegans.

    Castile soap is gentle on the environment as it is free of artificial foaming agents, fragrances, chemicals detergents, petrochemicals, and toxic antibacterial agents.

    Aside from its super natural formulation, one of the biggest reasons to use castile soap is its versatility such as a nourishing body wash and healthy dog shampoo.

    At Aunt Lyn's, we use environmentally and pet safe castile soap as the base in our exclusive Holistic Shampoo. Together with castile and our proprietary essential oil blend, our shampoo becomes not only a great smelling wash but an antibacterial, antiviral, and bug repealing powerhouse.

    Lemon Essential Oil

    Lemon essential oil is a type of essential oil commonly used in aromatherapy. Sourced from the peel of the citrus lemon plant, lemon essential oil is said to offer a number of health benefits.

    Lemon essential oil is typically used to ease stress, fight fatigue, insomnia, and address conditions such as acne, athlete's foot, depression, warts, and varicose veins. In addition, lemon essential oil is said to stimulate the immune system, alleviate pain, and promote weight loss.

    Some key benefits noted from available studies; lemon essential oil reduced anxiety, was effective in improving mood, and promoted the breakdown of body fat. When diluted with a carrier oil, a drop or two of lemon essential oil can be applied to the skin and added to your bath.

    At Aunt Lyn's, lemon is used to ward off viral and bacterial maladies and as a general disinfectant when combined in our essential oil blends.

    Dandelion

    Dandelion is a Powerhouse Nutritional Source for your Canine:

    This nearly perfect whole food source of vitamins and minerals is easily absorbed by the body and is a great supplement to any dog’s daily diet.

    Whether you are using to boost the immune or as a preventive or to help a pet with an existing condition like  with Crones, Kidney Stones, Arthritis, Gall Bladder or Heart issues, Dandelion will help eliminate irritants and toxicity.  Have you notice gas, dandruff, skin issues ?

    Aunt Lyn ‘s K9 Essential Dry Herb Blend can help - it contains Dandelion and a blend of nutritional support that can help these issues and many more.

    Nettle (Stinging Nettle)

    Another Powerhouse nutritional supplement that helps canines in  a multitude of ways. Beside providing necessary vitamin and minerals Nettle is also antibacterial, and has antihistamine properties.

    Nettle provides nutrients to the whole body without adding excess stress to the liver, kidneys and digestive system. Because of its high iron content, it is especially beneficial to dogs with anemia.

    It is also an energy booster for dogs who are weak and lethargic due to chronic fatigue. The herb nourishes the body and balances the liver, glands, and nervous system.

    The completely dried herb can safely be used long term as a tonic - just sprinkle it onto your dog's food.

    Try Aunt Lyn’s K9 Essential Herb Blend which contains organic Nettle among other nutritional herbs beneficial to maintaining  your dogs  health.

    Milk Thistle

    Traditionally used herb that is widely accepted by conventional science to have significant medicinal value. It has been called “milk thistle” because of a feature of the leaves, which are prominently splashed with white spots.

     

    Milk Thistle  contains naturally occuring holistic chemicals:

    The mixture of these three substances is called silymarin.

     

    Silymarin has recently been advocated for use in pets because the benefits that have been examined in humans have also been approved as beneficial for pets. It can be used in dogs, cats, horses, goats, ferrets, and rodents to aid in liver or kidney damage, hepatitis, jaundice, leptospirosis, and parvovirus recovery.

     

    Milk Thistle is also is a powerful preventive and restorative

    First, milk thistle is a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants protect us from chemicals in our bodies called free radicals. 

    Additionally researchers have found that milk thistle can actually prevent or reduce medication induced liver damage. If you have been giving your pet medication and are concerned about the aftermath of chemicals residing in the body, milk thistle will help flush those out.

     

    What about Allergies?

    If the liver has been weakened due to a bevy of reasons, it is unable to break down toxins. In order to combat allergens, the body produces histamine. The liver plays a role in this process; it removes the histamine from the body. If the liver is weakened and congested with toxins, the liver struggles and histamine builds up in the body, leading to more allergic reactions.

    Milk Thistle is also used to prevent and as a curative aid for Pancreatitis Kidney Disease and decrease the effects of Cancer.

    This is way Milk Thistle is included in Aunt Lyn’s K9 Essential Dry Herb Blend, along with the other nutrients contained in these proprietary blend Aunt Lyn’s cover the bases on Allergies, Liver, Kidney, Gastrointestinal issues, as well as a powerhouse Immune Booster.

     

     

    Ginger – Helps Nausea, Bloat, Arthritis, to name a few. Its Inflammation reducing properties are well documented. Studies have also shown it to be used as a preventive for certain Cancers, as well as Heartworm Prevention.

    Aunt Lyn’s  K9 Essential Dry Herb Blend includes  Ginger for all its beneficial properties. 

    Oregano is a great Herb for your dog and tasty! Oregano is high in antioxidants, flavonoids and research has shown it to have  antimicrobial and antifungal properties. This herb has been used to help with digestive problems both as prevention and a curative for, stomach upset, diarrhea,  gas, heartburn, bloating. Studies have also shown success with preventing or as a curative for some UTI’s .

    Mint

    Yes we know it freshens your dog’s breath but did you know it’s healthy for them?

    It is! Mint is a fantastic nutritional supplement because:

     

    Aunt Lyn’s K9 Essential Dry Herb Blend Contains the finest Organic Mint along with a powerhouse of additional Herbs to keep your canines system in optimum Health. Additionally, our Herb Blend can be used as a curative for a host of maladies . Click the link and read how it can help.

     

    Green Teas

    You may not know it but all Green Teas are not the same. Some have medicinal properties, whether preventive or curative, that address specific health issues and other green teas address other issues.

     

    Aunt Lyn’s uses several kind of Green Teas, all organically decaffeinated  and each with a specific preventive and/or curative property.

     

    Green tea’s provide anti-oxidants, and can aid with digestive health. Others promote fresher breath or help  with digestion. Other Green tea’s can also help reduce cholesterol and high blood pressure. Our Green tea blend  contained in Aunt Lyn’s K9 Essential Dry Herb Blend, targets all of the above but with special properties to address Allergy issue and reduce histamine.

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