Preventing pests on your dog
If your dog has ever had fleas or ticks, you’ll know they can be a nightmare to deal with and spread like crazy. If your furry friend hasn’t come across any parasites before, then that’s great, but you’ll need to take action if you want to keep it that way! Taking preventative measures is the best way to deal with pests. There are many tick and flea repellents out there, so make sure you choose the right one for the wellbeing of your dog. Avoid chemicals at all costs as these can just irritate your pooch. Going for a natural choice is always best, with essential oils being a top choice. They work to repel insects and bugs due to their fragrance. For the pest, it is unbearable, but there is no problem for you or your dog. This makes them an ideal and safe way to deal with fleas at home and stop those pesky ticks.
Repellent key ingredients
Using your hands, fluff your dog’s fur up by stroking against the way it usually lies. This is to allow for proper and full penetration of the solution through their coat to the skin. Once ready to use, shake well and spray the solution onto your dog’s fur, making sure to hold it at least 6-8 inches away. Begin from the bottom of your dog and cover their whole coat, making sure not to miss their legs, tail and underbody. Spray until their coat is damp. Do not spray the solution directly onto their face. Instead spray onto a cloth then carefully rub over their fur. Repeat regularly all year round to help keep away fleas, ticks and other parasites. Do not use on cats or kittens, and only on dogs over 12 weeks old. Do not use on severe skin irritations or open wounds. This spray is non-toxic so safe to use inside and outside.
Geraniol, 2-Phenethyl Propionate, Rosemary Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Lemongrass Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Myristate, Wintergreen Oil, Vanillin.