Veterinarian’s Best Flea Itch Relief Spray For Dogs
Fleas are one of the annoyed creatures that seem to disturb the pets every now and then. Their infestations cause hot, itchy, burning swelling and when the dog tries to ease the itch, it results in bruised, raw, and puffy skin. Do the irritation stops there no! The stinging itch still goes on. If your dog is in misery by the extreme itching and annoyed skin caused by fleas, give him Veterinarians Best Flea Itch Relief Spray. It gently soothes the raw areas and calms and moisturizes the red irritated skin and relieves discomfort and itching that are caused by flea bites.
It contains a mix of oatmeal, neem, citrus and other essential oils formulated watchfully by Dr. Dawn Curie Thomas (DVM). It relieves the flea allergy dermatitis.
Flea Itch Spray Ingredients
- Micronized Oatmeal well known for soothing irritated and itchy skin.
- Orange, Lemon Peel, and tea tree oils offend the fleas and keep them from biting dogs.
- Aloe Vera moisturizes the dog skin.
- Chamomile soothes the inflamed itchy skin.
- Calendula is non toxic and helps get relief from flea bites rashes and scrapes.
- Yucca reduces pain, inflammation, and itch due to flea bites.
- Chrysanthemum and Lavender – Lavender repels the fleas and Chrysanthemum treats insect bites rather, flea bites.
Pooch Protect Bug Repellent Spray is an effective product and the best natural way for treating bugs in dogs and cute little puppies. They are DEET free and nothing in the product is synthetic. This product is totally free of the toxic substance that may harm your dogs.
It can be sprayed directly over the entire body of the dog, starting from head and to the tail. Massage it thoroughly and deeply through the entire coa/furt. Be careful to avoid the eyes.
- Some mild sensitivity may happen when using on some pets.
- If the symptoms of sensitivity persist, bathe the pet with mild soap and rinse thoroughly with large quantities of water.
- Avoid contact with human eyes and if contact occurs, hold the affected eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for about 15-20 minutes.
- Keep out of reach of children.
The customer care service of the company will be happy to answer any doubts or queries. The customer-service representatives would be available over the phone. Just call anytime from Monday through Friday with any questions on (877) 633-2401.
Natural remedies for Fleas in Dogs range from using Cider vinegar to Lavander essential oils, but this one is new and different. Neem Oil and Neem water have been proven to have great effects as a flea repellent in Dogs and Bowines. Recently our dog was infected with fleas and the only way to remove it was with an injection. The idea of injecting a dog for fleas did not really go well with me and i started researching on how to get fleas to stay away from my dog. Powders and external remedies with chemicals were ok but risky as the dog tends to get scratchy and itchy, biting the area, ultimately consuming the powders and sprays. more over it wasnt so effective. Neem they said was a great way to prevent fleas and it was safe too. Fully natural. I thought of giving it a try. Neem oil, Which is extracted from neem leaves and concocted to oil and then applied to the dog makes the skin very repulsive to dogs. I was wondering if the dog would like it in the first place but my dog did not mind it one bit. Also Boiling Neem in water and spraying it all over the dog’s body keeps fleas away.
I found that this method was used in ancient times in India to keep fleas and ticks away from Cows. Their shed was sprayed with Neem water and they cow itself were applied with Neem oil. The smell of neem is so strong that it keeps Most insects away and is extremely safe and beneficial for the cow.
Alternatively, you could find Natural Remedies for Fleas in dogs from Homeopathic sources too.
My dog Pluto simply loves roaming outdoor and exploring the nature of beauty. But along with the happiness, Pluto may bring bugs back home. Pluto getting bitten by a bug is a constant worry that keeps my mind busy when he plays outside. The only solution looked perfect for my problem is to use a bug spray on Pluto’s coat. But commercial bug sprays available in the market are fully loaded with nasty chemicals which may torture my pet’s skin. So, what to do now? I searched for alternatives on the internet and came across an idea of making natural homemade bug spray. I instantly got convinced on preparing a Homemade Bug Spray for the dog. But how do I do that and how to get started? All answers to my queries on making Homemade Bug Spray for Dogs were there on the internet and in some days I was ready with several tested recipes of Homemade Bug Spray for Dogs.
You must be aware that different essential oils repel different kinds of bugs, thus it is best to use a combination of essential oils to ward off several varieties of bug. So, what are you waiting for, invest some time and try this natural alternative to chemical sprays? I would be sharing with you several methods to prepare Homemade Bug Sprays for Dogs that are most effective and also smells wonderful.
Lemon and Water Spray Method
The combination of lemon and water homemade bug spray for dogs is simple to make. Look at the things you will require:
- 6 lemons or you can use a mix of citrus fruits
- 1 quart or 0.95 litre of water
- 1 container
- 1 spray bottle
Below is the preparation method
Firstly, cut the lemons and/or mix of citrus fruit in half. Then add cut fruits/ lemons into 1 quart of water in one container. Boil them and allow steeping for 2-3 hours. Wait till this content gets cool. Next, you must strain the liquid properly to remove any pulp. Pour this solution into a spray bottle and spray this bug repellent on your dog’s fur. While using the spray, protect your dog’s face to avoid eyes, ears getting irritated. If your dog is going to remain outside for quite a longer period of time, repeat the spray application every 2 to 3 hours.
Lemon is non-toxic to dogs so your pet won’t get harmed by licking or ingesting the lemon juice, so use this homemade bug spray for dogs without worry.
Organic Neem Oil Based Method
For preparing bug repellent spray using organic neem oil you will need the following:
- 2.5 ml or ½ ounce of organic neem oil or for stronger replant spray take 5 ml or 1-ounce neem oil
- ½ ounce or 2 ml organic glycerin or organic Castile soap
- 2 cups or 0.5 litre warm water
- 1 bowl for mixing
- 1 Spray bottle
Take the glycerin soap and warm water into one bowl and mix well. Little by little add and mix the neem oil to the soap/water mixture. Pour this resulting solution into a spray bottle and use on your dear dog. This simple and easy homemade bug spray will keep them at bay. There are some cautions for using Neem Oil
The effect of Neem oil stops or reduces after 8 hours, so it is suggested to prepare only enough spray which can be used within 8 hour time period. Any leftover spray should be discarded and make fresh spray when needed.
This method works best for dogs but using neem oil on cats is not suggested.
For breeding or pregnant dog, ensure to make this recipe using only half strength neem oil
Witch Hazel and Essential Oils Based Method
This homemade bug spray for dogs using Witch Hazel and Essential Oils is effective and smells good. Have a look at the ingredients first followed by the preparation method
- 8 ounce of distilled or boiled and cooled water
- witch hazel
- 10 drops each of clove, rosemary and any citrus essential oil
Take one spray bottle and fill 8 ounce of distilled or boiled and cooled water. Then add enough witch hazel into spray bottle to nearly fill the balance of it. Take essential oils in following quantity and add them directly into spray bottle. Take 10 drops each of clove essential oil, rosemary essential oil and citrus essential oil such as lemon, orange or grapefruit. Shake all these ingredients well, and spray it on your dog’s fur. Some cautions to take care on using this spray
- It is not suggested to soak your dog’s fur but just mists your dog’s coat with this spray.
- If your dog is pregnant then substitute clove essential oil with eucalyptus essential oil as clove oil is a uterine stimulant and so do not used on pregnant dogs.
The scent of the essential oils will effectively repel the bugs away from dog.
Lavender Essential Oil and Tea Tree Oil Based Method
To make homemade bug spray using essential oils you will need
- 1 cup of distilled or boiled (cooled) water
- 4 drops each of Tea Tree Oil and Lavender Essential Oil
- 1 spray bottle
The method to make this recipe is
Take one spray bottle and fill it with 1 cup of distilled or boiled (cooled) water. Include 4 drops each of Tea Tree Oil and Lavender Essential Oil. Shake this mixture well and spray it on your dog to see bugs keep away from them. Do not soak and just apply it slightly on your dog.
Four Thieves Vinegar Spray Method
This extra strength homemade bug spray method for dogs includes vinegar and dry herbs to successfully repel bugs from dog. Listed below are the ingredients
- 1 Masons Jar with lid
- 2 cups Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
- 4 tbsp of dry herbs such as Lavender, Peppermint, Sage, and Thyme
- 4 to 8 garlic cloves
The Preparation method for Four Thieves Vinegar Spray is
In a masons jar with lid add all ingredients – 2 cups Organic Apple Cider Vinegar and 4 tbsp of dry herbs such as Lavender, Peppermint, Sage and Thyme. Then crush 4 to 8 fresh garlic cloves and add to the mixture. Mix all these ingredients well and seal the masons jar tightly with lid. Place the jar in cool, dark place and allow the content to steep for a minimum of 2 weeks, and the maximum of 6 weeks. Shake the jar occasionally. Once the steeping period is over, strain the liquid from the herbs and discard the herbs. Store the solution in the fridge.
Do not use this solution of Four Thieves Vinegar Spray in full strength. For using it on the dog you should take one spray bottle. Half fill a spray bottle with this steeped solution and the remaining balance of spray bottle with distilled water. Now the spray is ready for use, shake it well and apply on your dog. This same method can be used on cats also but instead of lavender oil use rosemary essential oil.
The above narrated homemade bug sprays for dogs are effective and safe to repel bugs away. Try one or more of the above methods and find out the one that works best for your dear pet to help him live a bug-free life.