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Natural Flea and Tick Remedy

  1. Garlic
It has a chemical effect on fleas. Fleas despise the scent of garlic, therefore giving it to your dogs will turn them into walking flea deterrents. 

Many of you have heard the phrase "don't give garlic to your dogs." It will either make them ill or kill them." While this is correct, it is also incorrect. 

Here's why: 

Garlic contains thiosulphate, which is a liver toxic if consumed in large enough quantities. Garlic, on the other hand, only contains tiny levels of thiosulphate, and you would have to feed your dog a very high dosage to cause damage. 

Instead, garlic may be beneficial to your pets! It's antifungal, anti-parasitic, and a natural antibiotic that doesn't kill good bacteria. 

When using garlic for your dogs, be sure you use fresh, organic clove garlic. There are no substitutes! The only way to assure optimum dose and efficacy is to use fresh, organic cloves from a head of garlic. You may feed your pet a quarter bulb of garlic for every ten pounds of body weight.   Don't offer your pet more than two cloves of garlic every day, no matter how large they are. 


           2. Keep the environment clean.


Wash all of your dog's bedding in hot water using a natural, unscented detergent once a week. If you sleep with your dog, be sure to wash your own bedding once a week. 

Keeping your dog's coat clean with frequent grooming is also an efficient way to avoid flea infestations. Brushing your dog's coat can help eradicate fleas and ticks and will make your dog happy. Brushing not only allows you to spend quality time together, but it also stimulates the circulatory system, distributes their coat's natural oils, and aids in the removal of pollutants. 

While grooming, try this wonderful flea test: wet paper towels and place your dog on them, ensuring that the towels reach beyond the size of your dog's coat. Your dog has fleas if little flecks of dirt fall on the towels and become red or brown. 

       3. Apple cider vinegar

This miraculous substance not only repels ticks and fleas but also keeps your dog healthy! Ticks are put off by the acidity that comes with ACV. You can make  a 50/50 combination of water and ACV and spray it on them before walks.


       4. Defeating the Enemy from Within.

The next step in your strategy is to make fleas dislike your dog so that they will seek food elsewhere. You may do this by giving your dog a nutritious food that does not smell or taste appealing to fleas and ticks. Feed a diet of fresh foods that is devoid of additives, fillers, and byproducts. Your dog should not be given wheat, soy, or any sort of sugar. Check that they are receiving adequate immune boosters such as omega-3 fatty acids, probiotics, and digestive enzymes. A dog with a sound immune system will be able to fight and repel insects by utilising natural oils from their skin, much as wolves do in the wild. 

It takes some work to live an all-natural lifestyle, particularly when it comes to your beautiful pet. The good news is that with a little forethought, you may have a great season without resorting to putting hazardous pesticides on your dogs or in your house.

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