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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by JMW, Jun 4, 2017.
any suggestions out there for treating fleas without using standard pesticides?
Nothing works in my experience apart from chemicals. I wish it did.
I agree. I have cats as well as a dog.
Great repellant but if you've got them, chemicals to get shot.
Spraying the house annually with RIP Fleas works well for us.
Hardly use spot on's these days.
Spraying once a year feels better than 3 monthly spot on's.
I gave my dog Billy No Mates for few years and he never had a single flea and only a tick here or there. Also garlic supplements should do the trick and I gave this also for a while. But our holiday dog sitter recently moved into a very tick infested area, so I switched to Seresto collar just to be on the safe side.
Hey there JMW, unfortunately, I will agree with the rest saying that there is no other way. I used Bayer products for fleas before and I am pretty sure it has the most positive reviews you will find around.
Hope your little friend get rids of those fleas!
I use biospotix spot on which is a natural one, my dog reacts to chemically ones so can't use them. Since using them she's never had fleas