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50534 235th Avenue
Clearbrook, MN 5663
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Does Your Dog Pay Attention To Everything BUT You?

Focus Dog Aromatherapy to Enhance Canine Concentration

Focus Dog Aromatherapy gently calms your over-enthusiastic dog, allowing them to relax and pay attention. Your dog may be one energetic, wound-tight dog. Moving, up and down, always doing something. Sure, you enjoy your dog's energetic exuberance, but you'd love to be able to channel that energy into something constructive.

Focus Dog Aromatherapy uses a gentle blend of essential oils to first, calm your dog down so they can then FOCUS on the task desired. When your dog calms down a bit and shifts their attention to their task, you have achieved Focus.

Focus Dog Aromatherapy For Your Dog's Training

  • Obedience class and practice
  • Conformation class and competition
  • Agility class and competition
  • Field training and trials
  • Hunting, hunting training, and trials
  • Tracking, tracking training and trials
  • Retrieving, retriever training, and trials

Relax Dog Aromatherapy Calms Your Anxious Dog

Focusing on the Prize

Most of the emotional balancing our dogs need stems from these core basic needs. To be receptive to learning or training dogs need to feel safe. Being safe allows them to be open to training. 
• Grounded
• Relaxed
• Present

For dogs, feeling safe is the #1 most important feeling. If they do not feel safe, they won't let their guard down and be able to learn. Just as we don't do well under intense stress neither do our dogs.

That's why you don't see many Great Pyrenees in obedience competitions. They are incredibly intelligent and great at thinking on their own. They do not tend to follow commands very well unless they understand why. Aside: That's part of why I love Pyrs so much!

Of course some breeds seem to be more eager to learn than others. Early dog breeders selected characteristics they bred for, just as is done today.

Early breeders would have looked for qualities such as ability to focus on a scent and trail a scent/flush the birds/retrieve the prey and bred those dogs together.

Dogs are as individual as we are as to what motivates us, as we touched on earlier. You may have attentive and totally inattentive puppies in the same litter of any breed.

The essence of Focus is to calm your dog's anxiety and allow them to focus, feel safe and ready to train or compete.

Begin application of Focus Dog Aromatherapy 10-15 minutes before the class, event or competition.

• Calmly reassure your dog
• Reapply as needed
• Use Spray and Roll-on together for maximum effectiveness

Bliss Tip!You can also spray Focus on your dog's bedding or in their crate if you are traveling to an event, a small toy or washcloth if you can use that at the class/event like bait.

What do you think of when you smell turkey baking? Thanksgiving with family, possibly. What about the smell of a barn? Riding horses at your cousins farm. Smells evoke so many connections for memories for us, imagine how much more intense that is for our dogs!

You can use the scent of Focus to act as a shortcut for your dog to know it is class or show time. This next exercise can be done when you first begin using Focus Dog Aromatherapy. You can create a connection for your dog between a feeling of safety and focused attention and the smell of the Focus. The scent becomes a “shortcut” that calms and focuses your dog more quickly.

Creating The Scent Shortcut

• Find a quiet spot where your dog feels safe and secure
• Block out this time for you and your dog (phone off)
• Roll/spray some Focus Dog Aromatherapy on your hands and gently pet your dog
• Then roll/spray the Focus on your dog’s belly or inside ears
• Allow the connection to grow and the Focus to settle.
• Then have a phrase you will use to start each class/event. Back in the day when I showed my Frenchies I would tap my collarbone area and say, "Watch Mama." I know, I know, it evolved and before I realized that phrase was stuck. Please, come up with something better for yourself.
• Then do a practice exercise or two, whatever works for you.
• When you're through have a different phrase to associate with the end of the focus time. "Let's Go Home," "All Done" anything to indicate the end of work.

Remember, Focus Dog Aromatherapy will not have your formerly hyperactive dog immediately hanging on your every word.

Focus is another tool to use in training your dog. Like a show lead or training collar.

Of course, each dog will react differently, some may be slightly more attentive, some will completely focus on you and some may have no reaction at all.

Watch for nuances of reaction in your dog. Some dogs respond to the first usage and others may take a couple of instances. Give it a few tries.

Think of it like how some people take Benadryl and are drowsy, others become hyper and others have no visible effects at all.

Our deepest wish is for Focus Dog Aromatherapy is for you and your dog to have a more enjoyable time at class and/or events.

Years ago aromatherapy for dogs was considered a bit woo-woo. Info was hard to find and books were few (yes, books). Now, in the information abundance age there is almost too much info to be found. 

What We Know To Be True

• Use only quality essential oils, never fragrance oils*
• Dilute, dilute, dilute
• Find resources you can trust
• Do not use fragrance oils on your pet - either straight or diluted

Our aromatherapy blends have been diluted to a safe range for usage on all dogs, from Chihuahua puppies to adult Mastiffs.

*Fragrance oils are great for candles and human cleaning products, but NOT for usage on pets or yourself. They are only to make a candles, cleaning products etc. smell good.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Calm Frenchie

The relax aromatherapy does seem to calm her down some for awhile.

Awesome products !

It makes my dog so much more controlled when training him. He seems more at attention and even with kids and other dogs around he’s focused on me and his task. Great stuff and will buy again !

EXCELLENT! We love when the aromatherapy products work so well, as you know there is no placebo effect! We're delighted to be a part of his team. Thank you. -Kathy

Love the Aromas

We have only tried the stress aromatherapy, but it seems to help calm my puppy a bit. We love the smell. The packaging is terrific.

That is wonderful news! Thank you giving us an update on how well our product has been working for your dog! - Kathy