Bach flowers for dogs: tips for beginners

Whether an unpleasant trip to the vet or a move is coming: Many dog ​​owners swear by Bach flowers in exciting situations, emergencies and behavioral problems. If you want to know more about the natural healing process, there are various options. Before an exciting visit to the vet, Bach flowers can help - Image: Shutterstock / Ttatty

Books, websites, tables or advice from veterinarians and naturopaths: There are now a lot of offers around Bach flowers and their use, with which those interested can venture into the healing process with natural products. Various items are also available to help you get started. We would like to introduce some of them to you here.

1. Bach flower book for beginners

If you want to get a comprehensive overview of the individual Bach flowers, their application and dosage in dogs, you will find the appropriate instructions for the gentle healing method in corresponding books. The attached diagnostic sheet is helpful to find the right means for your own pet if necessary.

2. Bach flower card set for at home

There are currently 38 different Bach Flower Essences on the market - not easy to remember them all. Help is coming through practical Bach flower card sets, which briefly describe the various agents, their effects and dosage for dogs, cats, horses and small animals. This set contains the subject areas "physical illnesses" as well as "behaviors and states of mind".

3. Finished Bach flower blends for certain problem areas

If you have an anxious, nervous or jittery dog ​​and would like to treat him with Bach flowers, you will find ready-mixed products that contain several Bach flower essences and treat specialties such as "fear". You can also have the essences compiled in online shops or your pharmacy if you wish. You will find different types here.

4. Dog emergency drops

The emergency drops are among the most important and best-known Bach flower blends and are also available in drops especially for dogs. Stress, visits to the vet, thunderstorms and other "extreme situations" should be alleviated by the special mixture of Bach flowers for the dog. They are also available as drops that can be dripped over the food.