[WARNING!] 11/06/2007: Craig from Cumberland, MD: "Tea tree oil is toxic to dogs and cats. It is readliy absorbed through the skin and can cause breakdown of the nervous system, resulting in shock, hypothermia, and death. I know because I accidently poisoned my dog by putting about a teaspoon of tea tree oil on a tick bite. Hours later she couldn't stand, was disoriented, and shivering. I gave her activated charcoal by mouth and bathed her and rubeed the spot with activated charcoal. She got better quickly after the charcoal, and the vet said she was lucky. Do not use Tea Tre Oil."Replies
[SIDE EFFECTS] 10/28/2008: Jen from Maple Falls, WA replies: "Thanks to Craig from MD about the warning of tea tree oil being toxic to animals. I used it on my dog, and he reacted the same way Craig's did; and though I treated him for shock and hypothermia, I did not know about the charcoal. It really works to stop the toxic reaction!"
10/29/2008: Linda from West Newfield, Maine replies: "What you say is interesting; a teaspoon is a LOT...I've had success with just a few drops of tea tree around the spot where the tick's head is burrowed and within a few days it has dropped off."
02/18/2009: Laurel from Detroit, Mi replies: "I used a tea tree oil/ aloe mixture to treat a skin infection on my dog. she had absolutely no effect by the mixture except a shiny coat and flake free skin."
04/01/2010: Lucky from Somewhere, United States replies: "I put a few drops of tea tree oil in my dogs shampoo and her fur looked great. She had no reactions at all."
[YEA] 07/17/2013: Kimberly From Florida from Pensacola, Fl: "Tea tree oil WILL get rid of warts. I did have luck using a drop on a bandaid and placing over wart at night. Gone in a week!"