Guide to a Happy Pet: Dosage Information

The simplest method of use is to add 2 drops of each Bach Flower Remedy to your pet’s drinking water or food. You can also it apply directly into the animal’s moth, nose, ears, or pads of the paw. Since many animal behaviors are long-standing, you may also mix a treatment bottle for them.

To Make a Treatment Bottle

Fill a 30ml bottle with spring water and add 2 drops of each remedy (4 drops of Rescue Remedy). You can combine up to 7 remedies. Give 4 times a day, 4 drops each time.

Behavioral Types and Remedies

Aggressive Behavior
Mimulus – Aggression due to fear (Note: often animal aggression is caused by fear, see also Aspen, Cherry Plum)
Holly – Mean, jealous
Vine – Bossy, dominant
Star of Bethlehem – Aggressive due to abuse in the past
(For severe aggression issues consult an animal behaviorist)

Abused Animals
Star of Bethlehem – Suffered abuse or trauma in the past
Honeysuckle – To recover from memories of the past

Heather – For attention seeking due to loneliness
Chicory – To become center of attention
Holly – Aggressive, mean
Vine – To protect territory
Vervain – Yappy, high-strung, enthusiastic dogs
Aspen – Barking for no apparent reason or at no one

Grooming Excessively
Crab Apple – Overriding desire for cleanliness and the obsessive behavior
Cherry Plum – Excessive grooming to the point of self-injury (loss of control)
Agrimony – Suffering under a calm and content exterior

Walnut – To adjust to new environment
Rescue Remedy – Stress and anxiety when left alone
Mimulus – Fear of being deserted, thunder, lightning, any specific known factor
Larch Lacks – Confidence

Rescue Remedy – To defuse stressful situation
Vervain – Over enthusiastic
Clematis – To help increase attention
Larch Lacks – Confidence
Mimulus – If shy, fearful

Mimulus – Fear of unfamiliar scents or territory
Chicory – Territorial
Larch Lacks – Confidence
Walnut – When it occurs during a period of transition
Rescue Remedy – Anxiety and stress