Are you worried about the effects of chemicals on your pets?
Why not make your own safe, non toxic flea repellents?
CITRUS REPELLENT: Cut a lemon into quarters and place in a pint jug. Cover the lemon with boiling water and let it steep overnight. Next day you have a flea repellent that you can use in a spray bottle. Spray all over your dog or cat remembering especially behind the ears and around the head generally (careful of eyes), ...
One of the simplest ways to control fleas on your pet is to use a flea comb. Flea combs are a cheap and effective way to check whether your pet has fleas or to ensure that your chosen flea treatment is effective. If you don't have a flea comb, a child's nit comb will also do the job!
Using a flea comb couldn't be simpler. Read on to find out how to get rid of fleas using a flea comb:
Grab a flea comb and settle your dog comfortably near ...
So you've got an Invasion of Fleas?
Make War not Peace
1. Trap Them
You've found a flea on your dog. Chances are you have them in your home too. To be sure - make a flea trap. Take a baking tray and pour in a about a centimeter of water with a couple of drops of washing up liquid. Place a lighted tea light in the middle of the water and leave on the floor for a few hours. If you find fleas floating in the water then you know that you ...