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Grand Gift Guide At the Fence Post # 19

Hello Everybody!

I love the weather today.  It's perfect!  I have a new company to share with ya'll.  It's wonderful!  Earth Heart.  Earth Heart sells great products that are made with pure essential oils and other plant-based ingredients to help your dog live a happier, healthier life.  Earth Heart sent me two products to review.  The Travel Calm and the Guard Well.

Here is a little bit about Earth Heart :
Earth Heart™ Inc. has a long-standing reputation for designing effective natural remedies using plant-based ingredients that help dogs live happier, healthier lives.
Products are developed by Vicki Rae Thorne, certified aromatherapist and master herbalist.
Photo courtesy of The Courier-News Sun-Times Media
Vicki founded Earth Heart in 1996 to help others learn how to use herbs and aromatherapy as an integral part of everyday health.
Nearly 12 years ago, Vicki was approached by a kennel owner who wanted help with calming her canine visitors. The dogs experienced a wide range of emotions from being anxious or angry, agitated or depressed, and they all missed their families.
The formulation now known as Canine Calm™ was developed to diffuse in the kennel, and it worked from day one. Customers noticed that their dogs were calmer when they left the kennel, and didn’t fret so much when it was time to go back.

This same kennel has been successfully using Canine Calm since the spring of 2000. When kennel customers wanted to take the product home, aromatherapy mists were developed as an affordable ready-to-use remedy.

"Since the spring of 2000, every dog that comes in gets a few drops of Canine Calm on a cotton ball placed in the cage, which always calms them down in a few minutes."
– Kathy Reiland, Gypsy Glen K-9 Kastle, McHenry, IL

Earth Heart mists are made in the USA, packaged in BPA free containers, easy to use, and can be sprayed directly onto cloth, skin or fur without staining or leaving a sticky residue. Feedback from dog lovers and professionals across the USA and Canada have shown that Earth Heart mists provide relief to over 95% of dogs suffering from stress, travel upsets, bugs and minor illnesses caused by environmental irritants."

First I will tell you about Travel Calm.  Here is some information... "Applications: Helps quiet the restlessness and tummy upset experienced by some dogs during's the road-ready version of Canine Calm with ginger added for the tummy.  Directions: Spray onto your hands and massage the dog’s outer ears or abdomen. Or lightly mist the air behind your dog’s head, inside the travel crate or car, or directly onto bedding or clothing."

We had two dogs and we just recently added a third.  Lady Grace.  On the way home she threw up twice and she was drooling.  Alot.  Once we got home and she got settled in she calmed down.  That was before we received Travel Calm!  This smells like lavender and smells really good!  The other day we bathed her and then used Travel Calm on her.  It really did help calm Lady Grace! Here are a couple of pictures...

Above - Checking it out!

Aove - Here she is after her bath and Travel Calm.
A couple of us were talking the other day and we were wondering how she would do on our upcoming trip to Chicago to visit some friends for Thanksgiving.  We used Travel Calm before one another dog (and it really helped!) but not for a long trip like this.  I will update after our trip and let you all know how she does. 

Next is the Guard Well.  Here is a little information... "
Applications: Help nurture a natural state of health, and relieve itching, swelling and other minor ailments after exposure to environmental irritants, viruses, bacteria or long-term use of medications.
Directions: Spray onto your hands and massage the dog’s outer ears or abdomen. Or lightly mist the air behind your dog’s head, inside the travel crate or car, or directly onto bedding or clothing. "

I haven't had the chance to use this yet, but I am sure it is another great product.  Just like Travel Calm! These would be a great gift for a somebody that has dogs.  Or for traveling to visit for the Holidays!  Earth Heart is giving one Neighbor one bottle of their choice!  Travel Calm, Guard Well, Buzz Guard, or Canine Calm!


Sara said…
I would like to try the buzz guard. One of my dogs is allergic to bug bites and gets big scabby welts :(
Kimberly said…
I think the Travel Guard would help our little yorkie who does not enjoy rides to the vet or groomer.

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