Many of the same benefits that make neem so important for people also can make a significant difference in the health of your pets. Neem’s immune-boosting properties and antioxidant compounds keep their skin healthy and help them cope with the aches and pains of old age.

We rescue mostly senior Shar-Pei — also known as Chinese wrinkled dogs — pulled from horrible situations including animal shelters across the southeast or outside kennels or tie-outs.  (See some of them at They often arrive here terrified of the world, practically starved, with horrible ear and eye issues and little or no hair. They’re regularly covered in fleas and ticks and often have other parasites. We firmly believe that neem makes an enormous difference in their quality of their lives. (Learn more here.)

Although neem oil is safe for cats, products blended with essential oils are not. Learn more about using neem on cats.

Like most people who love their furbabies, we wouldn’t eat or use anything ourselves that we wouldn’t use on our pets. Most of these products are also included in the “people” section, except for the pet shampoo. Dogs have a different pH than humans so we formulate shampoo especially for them.


These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Neem Tree Farms does not sell products which are intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease, or kill or repel insects except on plants.