This DIY Dog Flea Spray is all natural and inexpensive.
If your dog spends a lot of time outdoors like mine does, then fleas are bound to be a problem for you. Just sitting near grassy areas will bring the fleas to your best buddy.
Many homemade products do just as good a job as those the retail products that you buy in stores. Things like disinfectant wipes and liquid soap can be made at home for a fraction of the price of store goods.
Are you looking for a cheap, but effective flea repellent for your dog? If so then try this home remedy. To make the flea spray you will need the following ingredients: (affiliate links)
Just mix the ingredients together in a spray bottle, and apply the mixture directly to your dog’s coat.Work it in with your hands and rinse well, and your pooch is protected from those pesky fleas without the cost or the chemicals of store bought flea protection.
The remedy will not last as long as chemical protection and must be reapplied fairly often to be effective. It can also be used on cats but they might resist, since they don’t like the smell of vinegar.
Castile soap is also known as vegetable soap. It is made with olive oil and is very gentle. Vinegar seems to act as a natural flea repellent. I use it for combating ants in my kitchen with great success too.
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