Veterinary Owned
Dr. Debbie Reynolds, Certified Animal Aromatherapist at Veterinary Home Healthcare
Holistic Wellness
Specializing in essential oils, herbs, flower essences, and other natural health products
We Believe
We believe in divine healing powers of all that God has provided for us on the earth for our healing

Cocotherapy Coconut Oil - 8oz. & 16oz.

$17.49

Our veterinary practices uses Cocotherapy coconut oil in many different situations.  Any pet with a sensitive stomach or gastrointestinal issues will benefit from adding this to their pet's food daily.  Also, it is known to enhance your pet's coat and skin.  In addition, it supports a healthy immune system as well as bone and joint health. 

Please understand that all coconut oils are not alike.  There is so much that goes into the growing, harvesting, making and distributing of the product that can greatly affect the effectiveness it has on your pet.  Our veterinarian has chosen this coconut oil because it is concentrated, effective and high quality.  

CocoTherapy Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is made from the purest, fresh organically grown coconuts. The coconuts are grown in a USDA certified organic coconut farm which is family owned in the Phillipines by the makers of CocoTherapy products.  They oversee the entire process of their product line.  CocoTherapy Organic Virgin Coconut oil is 100% pure and natural.  

Recommended amount to give: 1 teaspoon (5ml) per 10 pounds (5kg) of body weight, or 1 tablespoon (15ml) per 30 pounds (13.6 kg) of body weight. Start slowly, for example, start at a quarter of this and build up slowly. Use similarly for cats and other animals.

Our favorite way to give: Simply place a tsp or so in the cupped palm of your hand and let the warmth of your hand melt the oil. Then let your pet lick the oil directly from your hand! Our pooches and kitties love it, and what a wonderful way to bond! As with all new supplements, start with small amounts, such as 1/8 - 1/4 teaspoon per day for small dogs, puppies, cats and kittens and 1 teaspoon for large dogs. Gradually increase the amount every few days.