Natural Flea & Tick Prevention for your Dog and Yard
Natural Flea and Tick Remedies
If you are reading this you probably have a dog that you love dearly. You want your dog to be cared for the safest way possible without using all those harsh chemicals that could cause your dogs skin to have an allergic reaction.
There are many ways to keep your dog from getting fleas and ticks without spending lots of money. Keep reading to find out more about what natural products you can use on your dog and yard to prevent fleas and ticks.
Natural Flea and Tick Preventatives:
- Diatomaceous earth (Food Grade Powder Only) 1 lb. is $5
- Cedar Chips in the Dogs bed $35
- Cedar Oil Spray $32.99
Sentry Natural Defense Flea & Tick Spray For Dogs & Puppies $12.99
Apple Cider Vinegar
- Brewers Yeast
How to Use:
Diatomaceous earth: Lightly dust the dog from head to toe with DE. You may also treat there bedding as well to kill any ticks or fleas living there.
Cedar Oil Spray: Rub the oil from neck to tail into there hair and skin. Do not get into there eyes. Some dogs may be allergic to Cedar so only apply a very small area first to make sure your dog is not allergic. Cedar Oil will also repel bees, mosquitoes, chiggers, flies and other insects away from you and your pet.
Sentry Natural Defense Spray: Directions: Spray the animal with the nozzle 8” to 12” from the pet. Start spraying the animal at the tail, making sure to spray the entire coat of the animal, including legs, tail and underbody. With your hand, fluff the hair against the way it normally lays to assure the spray penetrates the coat to the skin. Do not saturate the animal and do not spray in the face, eyes or genitals. Repeat as necessary. Pets may be treated indoors or outdoors. Do not use on puppies under 12 weeks of age. In order to help reduce the occurrence of fleas & ticks this product is best used year round.
Apple Cider Vinegar: Add about a teaspoon of vinegar into there drinking water. This is also good for there immune system.
Brewers Yeast: Add about one teaspoon to your dogs food everyday. Dogs over 50 lbs need a Tablespoon a day. Some dog's skin may have an allergic reaction to Brewers Yeast. Fleas do not like the way Yeast taste.
All Natural Yard Flea & Tick Preventions
Beneficial Nematodes - Wet the soil first. Mix nematodes with water and spray onto the soil - Kills Fleas, Beetles, Termites, Grubs and many other bugs. Nematodes eat flea larvae and that too will help eliminate the flea population.
- Neem Oil - Use a pressure sprayer to distribute
- Diatomaceous Earth - Use a Hand or Power Duster to Distribute DE
Buy Natural Products
- CEDAR AL Flea Prevention for Dogs, Cats, Goats and many other animals
CEDAR AL Oil for Pets and People
- Sentry Natural Defense Flea & Tick Spray For Dogs & Puppies
Kills and repels fleas, ticks and mosquitoes yet it's safe to use on your dog or puppy and around your family when applied as directed Each easy-to-use pump spray features natural active ingredients such as peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, lemon grass o
- Diatomaceous Earth - food grade powder - More Than Alive
Perma-Guard Diatomaceous Earth is 84% Silicon Dioxide (Silica). There is no life without Silica! Great for people and animals!
Treating your Pet and Yard
Nematodes For your Yard
- Maltese & Maltipoo Puppies for Sale- Maltese Breeder -NC, VA
Gingers Maltese uses Diatomaceous Earth on there dogs as well as many other natural products.
- Beneficial nematodes control soil dwelling garden and lawn pests
Supplies beneficial nematodes for organic pest control of fleas, grubs, beetles, termites, webworms and more. Nematode sizes for lawn, garden and farm to control soilborne pests.
- Natural Animal Safe Pesticides Organic Pet Friendly Insecticides Pest Control
CedarCides All Natural Animal Safe Pesticides. Cedar Oil Based Organic Pet Friendly Insecticides
- Fighting the Dreaded Flea, Flea Bites, Killing Fleas
All about preventing Fleas
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