Citronella Spray | Dogs Repellent Guide

You can buy non-harmful but extremely repellent-to-dogs citronella spray.
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Use the citronella mix as a safe repellent for other dogs when you are out walking your pet. If another dog shows aggression, a squirt from the spray bottle aimed at any part of the dog is likely to repel it. Try to avoid the dog's face unless the situation is serious, as it may sting the eyes.
Natural dog repellents can be citrus oils, citronella, bitter apple, water or vinegar
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Safe Insect Repellant for Dogs & Cats
The outdoors are exciting for any animal, but ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and chiggers wait for the opportunity to latch onto your pets’ coat. Our Natural Pet Grooming Spray repels insects naturally with therapeutic-grade Lemongrass & Citronella Essential Oils. These oils are a gentle, safe and effective substitute for harsh synthetic insect repellents (such as DEET). Most local pet stores sell dog repellent, often made with citronella
Photo provided by PexelsJul 28, 2010 - It is also effective as a flea repellent for your dog. Combine citronella drops with cedarwood oil and mix with water to combat fleas.
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Wipe essential oils, such as eucalyptus and citronella, onto the surface of the deck, ensuring that you do not make the floor surface slippery. Both have strong scents and will mask previous smells so the dog will have no reason to urinate there. An added benefit of eucalyptus is that it repels fleas, and citronella is known for its mosquito-repellent properties.For outdoor activities, there are low-cost hand-held liquid spray dog repellents. Some of these include pepper spray and sprays that have citronella as their main ingredient.Countless commercial dog repellent sprays are available from pet retailers. You can spray these directly on dirt or on the plants and trees surrounding the area where your dog usually digs. Biodegradable sprays containing citronella repel many dogs but won't hurt the greenery and also work to keep mosquitoes and other bugs away. Or look for sprays containing garlic oil, clove oil or pepper extract.There are a ton of plants that are believed to be natural mosquito repellants, but not all of them are dog friendly. For example, the citronella plant, which is a common choice, can actually cause skin irritation, lethargy, diarrhea and loss of appetite. Other popular mosquito repellent plants, like pennyroyal, eucalyptus, geranium, wormwood, and tansy all pose a risk to pets. If you have a dog that loves to chew on plants, make sure anything you plant on your dog friendly deck is safe.It’s no secret that citronella is commonly used as an insect repeller. But did you know that dogs don’t like its smell too? Mix half a cup of with 4 cups of water, and pour into a spray bottle. Spray the mix in places you don’t want your dog to go to for a week until the dog understands that it’s not allowed in that particular place.Various herbs contain mosquito-repelling properties and are safe to use topically. Citronella, often used for mosquito-repellent candles, can be applied topically to ward off the bugs. One commercial herbal repellent consists primarily of geranium and soybean oils, a combination you can put together yourself. Mother Earth News recommends a mix of 2 1/2 teaspoons total of any combination of the following essential oils: basil, cedarwood, citronella, juniper, lemon, myrrh, palmarosa, pine, rose geranium and/or rosemary. Shake well and daub small amounts on your dog (and yourself). All these ingredients are available at health food stores.