Pet Range

All Organic Range for Dogs,

Cats, Horses & Other Furry Pets

No parabens, sulphates or silicone

No artificial fragrances or colours

Natural Aid Healthy Petz believes in quality for your pets.

We use certified organic ingredients to deliver nourishing plant based products to care, protect and enhance the health of your pet and protect the planet.

Remember that your pet's skin and hair are sensitive, just like yours. Whatever is applied to their skin is absorbed into their bloodstream.

Allergic reactions are common when using shampoos and conditioners containing harsh chemicals and are actually harmful to your pet’s fur and skin as are artificial colours and fragrances.

Use liberally on dogs, cats, horses and other pets -- as often as needed.

Remember that in addition to our fast and effective cream range for pets, we can also treat your pet with homeopathic remedies that are very effective and cost you far less than a visit to the vet.


I am so impressed with Healthy Petz Skin Repair that I felt I had to let others know about the excellent results that this product has achieved for my dog.  My dog Brandy who is fifteen and half years old, an inside dog except for going for walks and going to the toilet,  has for the last few months has had a crusty dry nose with patches of discolouration and a receding nose line.  The vets had no solution and also advised me that there was nothing that could really be done except use some Vitamin E oil just to make her feel a bit better which I was already using anyway.  After buying several balms and ointments online that claimed to cure Brandy’s nose nothing worked.  About eighteen months or so Brandy had a situation where she chewed on her tail and got in a bad state.  Took her to the vet which gave her medication that healed her tail but she was left with no fur in that area.  The vets once again had no solution for growing fur back so I bought the Healthy Petz Skin Repair and fair enough after a few weeks Brandy’s fur grew back and she now has her wonderful fury tail again.  I had some of the cream left over so I thought why not try it on her nose, I had tried so many other products there was nothing to lose.  It has been four days now, I have applied it once a day and the results in a such a short period of time have been amazing.  Her nose is softer, the discolouration has gone and her nose is wet.  Her nose is not completely cured but I have no doubt with continued use it will eventually heal.  By the way it also healed her elbow that she bumped and caused it to bleed while coming in and out of her doggy dog.
For anyone who is considering buying this product please do not hesitate its really is a wonderful product. Hope this helps others.
 Helen Michaels, NSW


  • Apis mellifica – great for bee and other insect bites. Give every 20 minutes for a few doses after a bee sting.
  • Arnica – good for general pain, stiffness due to overexertion, soreness and musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Arsenicum album – great for GI upsets from eating spoiled food where there is both vomiting and diarrhea. Give twice an hour for a few hours.
  • Borax (the remedy, not the powder) – excellent for fear of thunderstorms and fireworks. Give this at the 6c potency twice a day for a month during the season.
  • Hepar sulphur – is wonderful to treat painful abscesses anywhere on the body and painful infected anal glands.
  • Hypericum – is an excellent remedy to give for any pain due to nerve damage or injuries to nerve-rich areas. I once closed my finger in a window and learned firsthand the wonders of Hypericum. Great for when you cut your dog’s toenails too short.
  • Myristica – phenomenal remedy for anal sac infections and chronic anal sac problems.
  • Rhus tox – for arthritis that’s better after moving around, general musculoskeletal injuries, red swollen eyes, skin infections and skin itching.
  • Ruta – fantastic for any injury to tendons or ligaments and this remedy has a real affinity for the knee so you would use it immediately after any knee or cruciate injury.
  • Silicea – pushes foreign bodies like splinters or foxtails out of the skin.
  • Ledum – the first choice for any type of puncture wound, including those from insect bites. Insect bites that require
  • Apis will be hot and red whereas bites that require Ledum will be cool and appears bruised