Yes, there are so many things that you can do without using chemicals. Frequent washing of bedding and frequent vacuuming plus applying borate-type powders on carpets and citronella sprays on baseboards can also help keep fleas out of your house.
There are also citronella collars, flea combs,herbal dips and sprays, herbal shampoos especially those with citronella.
I have a couple articles on natual flea and tick prevention on my site called Naturesway4pets.com
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