Stacey Pollock Folds
Do you feed your dog coconut oil? If so, awesome! If not, you should definitely consider it. Here’s why: The cost is low. The risk is zero. And the potential benefits are enormous. Five reasons why you should add coconut oil to your dog's diet: 1) It improves overall skin health - It clears up skin conditions such as eczema, contact dermatitis, hot spots and itchy skin. It kills fleas, ticks an...d even the dreaded mange, plus coconut oil eliminates dog odor! 2) Weight control - coconut ...
RID YOUR DOG OF FLEAS RECIPE; Ingredients: 1 cup Dawn dish detergent (for smell and fleas) 1 cup white distilled vinegar 1 quart water Mix it all together! That's it! Be careful not to get it in your dog's eyes though, it will burn. I literally saw the fleas falling off him, dead, when I was rinsing him off. Love love love it. I don't think I'll ever buy dog shampoo again! Remember to start at the neck so the fleas will not run to the face.
FLEAS AND TICKS??? NOT THIS YEAR!!! Flea & Tick Remedy: 8 oz apple cider vinegar 4 oz warm water 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp baking soda Mix dry ingredients first then slowly add to wet as the vinegar and baking soda will react slightly. Put into spray bottle and spray pets down. Be careful not to get in pets eyes. Use Borax throughout the house, sprinkle it on the carpets and let sit for a few hours, then vacuum. This should kill all the fleas and ticks in your home and on your pets
Best flea bath/temporary flea treatment ever! Will literally kill on contact any flea and wash ALL dirt and dead fleas away!! 200ml baby shampoo (any but johnsons is what i had in the house) 25ml pure lemon juice Mix together and label the bottle flea shampoo, once animals wet squirt a thick line down the spine and then rub/lather everywhere, can use more if needed. Rinse it all off and watch the fleas and filth of the water - shocking at how dirty your animal is!
Natural Flea Shampoo For Dogs - 4 Sons 'R' Us
Dawn is well-known around the veterinary and shelter communities as a flea killer and flea deterrent. Vinegar removes oils from the coat and skin while leaving fluffy, irresistibly soft fur behind. Despite knowing these things, I’ve continued to pay for far more expensive bath products for Bentley (our pug), trying to combat his pheromone-induced ‘doggy’ …
DIY flea treatment! I found this and tried it. Just take a spray bottle, put in 1/2 tea spoon of salt, add 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda. Mix 4oz of warm water and 8oz of apple cider vinegar. Once the apple cider vinegar and water is mixed, SLOWLY pour it into the spray bottle with the salt and baking soda already in it. Make sure to pour slowly, it will react. Spray on carpets, furniture, stuffed toys and pets. Be careful not to get it in pets eyes. Works like a charm! by jana