Bach Flowers for dogs 

Bach Flowers are generally used for men in times of stress, uncertainty, loneliness, fear or depression.

Animals are also living beings who are not immune to these negative emotions. In order to improve these emotions, it is also possible to give them Bach flowers.

There are many Bach Flowers to treat different problems that we will summarize here.

However, if you want to know more about the powers of flower therapy, the Zoopro training institute offers complete distance training on Bach flowers.

What are Bach Flowers?

In 1936, the doctor and homeopath Edward Bach set up natural remedies called Bach Flower Elixirs (EFB) or Bach Flowers.

These remedies are in fact flower decoctions and can remedy seven negative psychological states in humans as well as in dogs and other pets.

These seven negative emotional states are loneliness, worry, sadness, sensitivity, over-worry, uncertainty, and disinterest.

 Doctor Bach has thus identified 38 specific flowers which allow us to play on these negative emotions and can influence our state of mental health.

These flowers thus produced 38 Bach flower essences collected with the aid of an alcoholic maceration of plants, to which is added rock water.

Under what conditions should you give Bach Flowers to your dog?

Bach Flowers can be used for your dog during a transition period (whether it is a move, the arrival of a child or following an adoption). These essences can also be a help during the work of a phobia, some can soothe the dog and allow him to fight his fears by being relaxed.

Other essences can also be used in training, if your dog is hyperactive or has attention deficit disorder. Certain flower essences can also soothe your dog during stressful and distressing events, such as road trips. Aggression can also be calmed with Bach Flowers. Mixtures of elixirs are also possible but must be set up with the advice of a person specialized in Bach Flowers.

If you want to treat certain problems with Bach flower essences, be sure to choose an alcohol-free blend, such as Rescue Pets or Rescue Kids.

How to use Bach Flowers for your dog?

There are different formats of Bach flower, the most suitable for pets are sprays or pipette bottles for dosing drops.

The spray allows you to spray the product directly into your pet's mouth while the pipette bottle allows you to dose drops into your dog's bowl. It's up to you to decide which method is best suited for your four-legged friend.

As for the quantities, they are indicated on the packaging of the product, if you cannot find them or if you are in doubt, contact a veterinarian so that he can give you an accurate dosage for your dog.

What are the dangers of Bach Flowers for your dog?

Some Bach Flower essences contain alcohol, so it is forbidden to give them to your dog knowing that alcohol is a toxic substance for him. Find out about the composition of the elixir or ask your veterinarian for help if you have any doubts.

There are also products derived from Bach Flowers such as essential oils with Bach Flowers which are strongly discouraged for pets.

Bach Flowers are generally a complementary treatment to help treat a problem or pathology, it is not a complete treatment. If your dog is downhearted or lethargic do not take yourself for a veterinarian or canine behaviorist when giving Bach Flowers to your dog, you should consult a veterinarian or specialist.

Where to buy Bach Flowers?

Today Bach Flowers are sold in many stores.

You can therefore find it in pharmacies, pet stores and on many websites.

However, take care. The vials should never be barcode reader based, as this may make them lose their effectiveness.

Where to learn about Bach Flowers for animals?

These essences are easily found but should be used by conscientious people who have been sufficiently informed about the use of these flowers.

We strongly advise you to contact Zoopro - animal training which has set up a complete remote training, in order to allow individuals or professionals to be fully informed and aware of these flower essences.