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D-Limonene Shampoo Voor honden en katten. pH neutraal#Gaat het bijten en likken van door vlooien aangetaste huid tegen#Pet Silk D-limonene Shampoo verwijdert vuil en maakt de vacht schoon#Fantastische geur

Tea Tree Shampoo Een professionele formule met kruiden en zijde voor het reinigen, conditioneren en kalmeren van de vacht en huid#Help om huid irritatie ontstaan door vlooien of teken tegen te gaan#Een ideale behandeling voor een jeukerige, droge huid.

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Diatomaceous earth is one of the best all natural flea treatments for dogs and cats. It is food grade and completely safe to reapply regularly.

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How to Get Rid of Fleas Naturally

(DOG & CAT) #SoapyWater to rid of #Fleas. If fleas are a problem in a specific AREA of your yard &/or home, fill an aluminum pie pan with soapy water and set it out in that area (under a bed for instnace). Fleas will be trapped on top of the water due to surface tension of water. Change water daily until there are no more fleas! (wikihow.com)

van Krrb Blog

6 Summertime DIYs for Your Pet

Lemon, lavender and witch hazel are all you’ll need in this easy DIY for natural flea-repellant. While it won’t kill fleas, it does a great job of keeping them from latching onto your pet in the first place.

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Homemade Flea shampoo, mix together and put in an old shampoo or squeeze bottle, massage in and it works great it left my pug's fur soft and fluffy, smells better than a store bought flea shampoo!

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van The WHOot

Flea Shampoo Is All Natural And Has 4 Ingredients

All-Natural DIY Anti-Flea Dog Shampoo More

van well minded pets

using apple cider vinegar for natural flea prevention and control

Fleas can be a big problem for dogs and cats, especially during summer months, but there is a bigger problem: the commercial chemical-laden treatments that–in my opinion–do more harm than good. Flea collars, sprays, powders, shampoos and the like may be mildly effective, but the dangers outweigh the benefits. As your skin does, your pet's skin absorbs everything you put on it, so topical treatments make their way into the bloodstream. If the products are filled with chemicals (most of…

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