About The Peaceful Paw
Lori Gammon Megginson, owner and founder of The Peaceful Paw, started with a passion to share knowledge about pet health practices with other dog parents. After becoming Certified in Animal Aromatherapy and Certified as a Pet Massage Practitioner The Peaceful Paw was born.View The Full Story
Research has shown that over the past 10 years, people have become more health conscious and are seeking a more natural lifestyle. Over 30 million dollars per year is spent on alternative treatments such as acupuncture, chiropractic care, herbal medicine, aromatherapy, acupressure, yoga and massage. These same people are now choosing similar type care for their pets.
The Peaceful Paw has created an all-natural, vegan friendly, skin care line for dogs. Our products are handcrafted in small batches and made locally in Charlotte, NC. We are also leaping bunny certified and vet approved.
Today we are focused on providing healthy pet products through our pet store for dog families around the USA, and spread awareness of healthy lifestyles to help pets live longer, happier lives.
Peaceful Paw Blog
View our blog posts about all things dogs, pets, and fur-babies. We provide resources, advice, and related articles to help you and your pet live their best life. If you are interested in being mentioned in our blogs, feel free to reach out through our contact page.view all BLOGS
Is your Doggo ready for a play date???
Doggo play dates can be safe and funview article
Tea Tree Oil Toxicity in Dogs
IT IS NOT FAKE NEWSview article
The most powerful antidepressant- PETS
COVID19, World Chaos and PETS view article
What's good for the Goose isn't always good for the Gander
Humans and dogs are not created equal when it comes to herbs and essential oilsview article
Essential Oils and Dogs- Read Your Labels!
Aromatherapy and the use of essential oils for our dogs can be of great benefit to our beloved fury babies.view article
Seniors need massage too!!!
If you haven’t considered massage as an alternative and cooperative therapy for your aging dog, it’s time to take a closer look.view article