7 Natural Flea And Tick Remedies For Cats And Dogs

9 Natural Homemade Remedies for Dog's Fleas and Ticks
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More and more dog parents are concerned about the potential harmful effects of conventional flea control products (e.g. flea collar, dips, flea bombs, etc.), not only on their dogs, but also on human family members and the environment. As a result, many dog parents opt for natural flea tick remedies that are milder and safer for all concerned.
Sep 11, 2013 - For the health conscious pet owner, here are some natural ingredients and remedies to repel fleas and ticks on dogs (and some for cats).
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Dogs are one of man's best friends and caring for them properly is very important in order for them to remain active and healthy throughout their lives. One very common problem that many dogs face is infestation by fleas and ticks. These pests are found everywhere in the great outdoors and dogs can pick them up through contact with other infested animals. They can be hard to get rid of, and pose dangers to humans as well. While there are strong chemicals that kill fleas and ticks, pet owners with children might want to avoid using chemicals that their children might come in contact with. For this reason, many people choose to use natural remedies. This guide gives information on how to identify fleas and ticks, the dangers caused by them, and also gives the reader natural remedies for flea and tick infestations. Any of the items that are mentioned in this guide can be purchased in retail stores or on eBay. Find and save ideas about Tick treatment for dogs on Pinterest. | See more about Natural flea spray, Dog tick treatment and Dog flea remedies.
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Photo provided by FlickrUnfortunately, conventional flea and tick products are really just chemical pesticides
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Natural Flea and Tick Repellent for Dogs & Cats....using cedarwood & orange oil. Non-toxic & safe alternative to Frontline Plus and other poisonous flea & tick 'remedies'. (Disclaimer: the guy in the video seems a bit creepy, but I'm going to try this.)Companies offering natural flea and tick repellants, as well as remedies for infestations, are well aware of which compounds are problematic for your beloved pets. Be diligent, though, in reviewing the ingredients list for yourself. Careful pet owners can prevent any harm while still reaping the benefits of essential oils and herbs to help keep cats and dogs flea and tick free.The natural remedies for dogs with tick bites should offer immunitysupport and focus on increasing the red blood cell count and eliminatethe toxins. In case your pet has an allergic reaction, this should bealso treated.Ledum is a nautral, homeopathic remedy and a highly effective defense against tick-borne diseases from a tick bite. Many holistic vets and Chinese Medicine doctors use it in their practice with great success after tick bites to prevent Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and all other tick related illnesses from a tick bite. It’s safe for all animals (dogs, cats, horses, etc) and people – it’s all natural with zero side effects. You want to take it as soon as you can after a tick bite. Doing so will drastically minimize your chance of getting any tick-borne illness from a tick bite. The dosing instructions are below.If you get a tick bite, there’s something you can do to drastically prevent your chance of getting Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and other tick-borne illnesses. It’s a natural remedy that works for people and animals (dogs, cats, horses, etc).PetMD also weighs in on the subject, explaining that natural remedies can help to reduce your carbon footprint and may also be better for your pet in the long run. This article explains different remedies that you can use to protect yourself and your pets from fleas and ticks. I also like that they point out which remedies work for dogs but are not safe for cats.