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Blue Suave Shampoo KILLS FLEAS ON CONTACT!!!!!! Instead of buying expensive flea products for pets. This works in seconds. I accidentally found this out pouring the shampoo on a saved puppy covered in fleas it killed all of them which were over 100 on the poor lil pup in literally seconds!! Thought id share!
Our pets are like members of the family and we want to protect them. But, it is inevitable that our dog and cats will attract those pesky fleas. Flea collars, sprays, ointments, and pills aren't 100% effective all the time either, so what can we do? Well, there are two items that I have used that kill fleas in one wash!
Make your own herbal flea dip. Take two cups of fresh rosemary leaves and add them to two pints of water. Boil for thirty minutes. Strain the liquid, discard the leaves and mix it with up to a gallon of warm water. Pour this over your pet until saturated. Do not rinse off, but allow your pet to air dry.
Fleas are external parasites that do not have wings and suck blood from their hosts. They invade homes, typically brought in by dogs and cats. According to Dr. Jeffrey Levy, there are two issues with getting rid of fleas in your home and off your pets. First: treat the pet. Second: get rid of the fleas from your home. You can use home remedies for...
This pillow is so cute! I love how you can personalize it with your own dog's name "pronunciation" and "definition" so you can fit it with your dog's personality perfectly! This site has the greatest pet gifts or gifts for pet lovers!
Mix one cup liquid dish soap, one cup white vinegar, and one quart of warm water in a large bowl. Transfer the mix into a squeeze bottle (like an old shampoo or body wash bottle). Shake before using. Wash your dog with mix as you normally would. Try to allow the mixture to sit for about five minutes before rinsing out.
1 cup liquid Dawn dish soap 1 cup white vinegar 1 quart warm water Directions Mix the three ingredients in a large bowl. Transfer to a leftover squeeze bottle (like an old shampoo bottle). Give it a little shake to make sure it is mixed. Apply to your doggy just as you would normal shampoo. It is best if you can massage it into the fur and let sit for 5 minutes Rinse well with warm water. Towel dry.
How to Make Natural Flea and Tick Remedy with Apple Cider Vinegar. #DIYPets