Insect Repellent for Dogs - Pure Natural, No Deet - Fleas, Ticks Gone - 1 oz
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- Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes do NOT like it - they stay far away
- No chemicals, no deet, no pesticides, all natural herbal balm
- Skin & fur moisturizer, deodorizer, insect bites relief
- Scent: refreshing forests. For dogs and dog owners
- Made fresh with organic ingredients
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Natural Repellent against fleas, ticks - NO DEET, NO Chemicals Bugs hate the smell and will run away... Though you will like the smell a lot... These Essential Oils / Natural Ingredients are well known to protect from insects (mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, lice). Also known to be an excellent skin aid. Pleasant refreshing forest scent. Best Use: Rub a "pea" size amount in your hands (it will melt) and spread on the dog's back and neck. Start with smaller amounts. Never use it on dogs mouth, eyes and especially nose. Not recommended for cats. Reapply when scent disappears. This product does not kill the insects, but repels them. Some dogs may scratch as fleas try to escape. Fast absorbing, excellent moisturizer, good deodorizer. Keep at room temperature or at a cool place. NO Chemicals. NO pesticides. This 1 oz will last for a very long time. Pure Natural Ingredients: Organic Olive Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Beeswax, Essential Oils. No Alcohol, Glycerin, Acids, Petrolatum, No chemicals, or Artificial Fragrance. Our products are freshly handmade in small batches to ensure the best quality and benefits. Pure Wellness in a Jar! Pure Natural Ingredients! Curealia Insect Repellent Spray is also available.
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First of all, our doggie girl doesn't like it, and rolls around the floor after we put it on her. But that only lasts a couple of minutes.
Best to apply under the top coat if you can as close to skin as possible but the top will be okay....you'll just have to do more frequent applications.
Directions say reapply when the smell (which I love) goes away, but it seems to last longer than that. Our girl goes to dog parks and to doggie day care, plays hard, gets into all sorts of things in the yard, etc., and we've yet to see a flea on her.\
After applying as directed, we also use a few drops of essential lavendar oil under and around her collar, at the base of her spine, and on the top of her head.
She's happy and healthy! And we are so happy we don't have to use harsh chemicals.
I swear this is the best stuff I've ever tried. Now I've finally got a headstart in dealing with the flea problem (1st step was to stop my poor dog's suffering)
Here are some tips that are not incl with this product that might help you maximize results:
The best and most effective way to use this, I've found, is to apply this stuff immediately after a flea bath be sure to use a shampoo that kills fleas AND eggs--best & safest natural ones I've found are De Flea Concentrated Shampoo by Natural Chemistry and Bio-Groom Flea & Tick).
Towel-dry the dog really well while in the tub (dont take him out of the tub to allow any fleas in the home to hop back on him!).
Then, while still in the tub, put this stuff on all over by rubbing lightly between hands and applying AGAINST the direction of the fur to get it deep into the coat, being careful not to miss a spot.
]NOTE: depending on the size of your dog, his coat type and length will determine how much you'll end up using (I have a 9mo old 50lb malamute mix with a thick undercoat and have to use a "pea-size" on EACH section of the dog, i.e., 1 for head/neck, 1 for back, 1 for underside, 2 for legs and tail.
You will use much less on, for example, a short coat without a thick undercoat, or a small dog.
It has lasted for a little over a week for me! So you wont end up using that much.
REMEMBER, getting rid of fleas is a multi-approach, LONG-TERM thing. I'm planning using non-toxic flea traps under the bed/couch (to help w/ adults fleas and to determine where the worst spots are in the house), sprinkling diatomaceous earth all around the place and on bedding and bathing and using the flea comb 2x/day minimum, and spraying INSIDE the house "Vet's Best Natural Flea + Tick HOME Spray" as well as their yard spray too along the house perimeter and yard. I recommend the same.
From what I've been reading everywhere, these are the best of the best options i've been researching for an effective natural, safe method to interrupt the life cycle of the fleas in the house and make sure they wont come back.
PLEASE DONT RESORT TO TOXIC FLEA-BOMBS AND SPRAYS, there are better and safer alternatives out there that wont poison your animals and you! The negative reviews for some of these really good natural products are by people who think getting rid of fleas is a 1-step operation, and it's NOT!! It's multi-approach, long-term using MULTIPLE products for various purposes (killing adults/eggs/larvae on dog, inside home and outside home plus repelling new ones, and creating an inhospitable environment for the fleas to exist in. So you're looking at several months. But this stuff is a powerful tool in my anti-flea toolbelt.
If you have carpets, it makes it worse for you (better for the fleas) so that will require additional work (I'd recommend Fleago powder for the carpets). Also depending on your home situation, where you live (climate) and other factors, you may need to apply this stuff more or less often than me. But whatever you do, DON'T STOP the process just because you dont see fleas anymore, keep up the egg-killing sprays and repellant for several months after !
I will post an update at the end of my "war" with the fleas. I'm PAWsitive I shall win! :D
We live in South Florida and the fleas and ticks are out of control. I was sick and tired of constant baths, dogs itching, and picking off ticks ! disgusting, and so unsafe for the dogs. The frontline plus the vet sold me was not working. ( then I read how dangerous the chemicals were, and was upset a vet would recommend I poison the animal!)
Curealia Insect Repellent Balm for dogs is everything they promised. Pure, natural, no deet and fleas and ticks are GONE! a little goes a long ways.
Knowing I would have to treat my home and yard also and was waiting on those natural products to arrive, I couldn't wait to try the balm.
We have 5 dogs (some of them temporary rescues) ranging from 11 lbs to 46 lbs - various coats, short, flat, wiry, long, silky each one had their own problem with the disgusting flea and tick infestation in my yard. the chi mixes were allergic to the flea bites, and thankfully not too many fleas or ticks stayed on them. the jack russell mix had a flea problem, and would get ticks on his toes, the larger dogs one had worse ticks the other worse fleas, and both were suffering, and being attacked. I put the balm on them and was relieved the odor was not too strong as i have an allergy to some of the forest scents. this balm did not bother me. It soothed their skin, made their coats softer, and shinier, and repelled the fleas and ticks!
I was overjoyed! a little goes a long way, but the good news is if you put too much on, sure they have a bad hair day, but you keep working it into their coat and the next day they are perfect. I did this after baths, and they were not completely dry and I was rushing to get done. no harm done.
I have not treated my home inside yet ( though i haven't seen anymore!) and still need to do the backyard ( which i know is full of them) but amazingly this balm is keeping them away. I will naturally treat my yard and hope it works, and keep using the balm to keep them from picking them up from walks or the yard.
I will be re-ordering and i will be sharing with friends my great find! You will not be sorry you tried this- IT WORKS!!!
PS: the scent is a little woodsy but that subsides in a day or two. it is not overpowering.