Getting rid of pests on your dog
Fleas, ticks and other pests are not only annoying but they can cause a number of issues for your pet. One of the best ways to deal with these sort of parasites is to take preventative measures, but in many cases, this is easier said than done. For dealing with fleas or ticks that are already on your dog, you need to make sure you are using a natural method to get rid of them. Putting chemicals onto their skin will only make the irritation and redness worse, so only use natural and gentle ingredients. Essential oils are ideal for this as when combined in a solution they’re non-irritating, non-toxic and safe to use. They are great for getting rid of fleas and other pests as their scent is too much for the parasites but in the right amount is completely fine for the dog.
Flea & Tick Killer key ingredients
With your hands, stroke your dog's hair against the way it usually lays to ensure that the solution can penetrate the coat to the skin. Shake well before using, then turn the nozzle to ‘ON’ to spray. Holding the container upright, spray onto your dog’s fur making sure to keep 6-8 inches away at all times. Spray from front to back, making sure you cover the entire coat including legs, tail and underbody until their coat is damp. For the mouth, nose and eyes, spray a cloth and carefully rub onto the fur. Repeat as and when needed. This product is for dogs and puppies aged 12 weeks and over and not for cats or kitten. Do not spray directly onto their eyes, mouth, nose or genitals as well as on open wounds or severe skin irritations. Safe for use inside or outside.
Clove Oil, Thyme Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Peppermint Oil, Isopropyl Myristate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Vanillin.