Essential oils with animals = essential fun!

  • Published June 7th, 2011 by Marie Commiskey
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www.ffrogworks.com  We all like the scent and healing qualities of essential oils, but did you know that essential oils can be used to assist your animals with changes and health opportunities? For animals, the oils must be diluted and Frances at Frogworks can teach you all about this process.

 

Frogworks is a company that offers natural healing with plants and essential oils for both you and your animals. Last week, I had the opportunity to visit Frances. I was there to film her working with animals to create a video for use in one of her educational classes.

 

 

Marie filming Frances working with one of her horses
                          

 

 

It was one of those beautiful early summer days, the perfect setting for filming near Roxborough State Park. We began by filming Frances in her studio mixing her oils and then working on her dogs, Oscar and Indie. Indie seemed to take an instant like to me and my video camera (she was a natural!), and then it was the turn of the cats.

 

  

  

 

Billy the cat                  Oscar the dog

 

 

After filming Frances working with her dogs and then her cats, we moved onto some of her horses. Well, you can just see from the images below how much fun Maynard was having … what a character!

 

Frances & Maynard                       Frances & Maynard

 

It was a great afternoon and so interesting to see the reaction of the animals to the different oils, and of course the interaction between Frances and her animals! To learn more, visit www.ffrogworks.com.

 

The perfect environment to learn, relax and rejuvenate.

 

 

Marie

Photographing the art of four-leggeds

 

Categorized In: animals | frogworks | video

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VICKI LYNN BURGESS  commented on  June 16th, 2011

Marie, this is fabulous to share. I've seen your amazing photos of family. So impressive. Thanks for sharing this photo adventure. The lady in the Alluvial fan is certainly something neat to discover.

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