If your dog has fleas, then technically you do too. (I know – I’ve been there!) Fleas on dogs get into the nooks and crannies inside your house — from the floor boards to the baseboards to the carpet, rugs, and furniture. Here are the best natural flea control home remedies to GET RID OF FLEAS on your dog and in your house without chemicals! Plus, our best natural flea repellent tips and recipes to PREVENT fleas from getting on your dog (and in your home) ever again. If you’re looking for an alternative to the flea and tick prevention medicine you get from your vet, try these all natural flea & tick control remedies for your dog instead. Here’s what to look for.
Best Flea And Tick Control For Dogs
Are you wondering what is the best flea prevention for dogs? What about the best tick preventative for dogs? Dog moms and veterinarians share the best flea and tick control for dogs, how to apply them the first time, and helpful dog tick removal information.
Do you know the best way to remove a tick? I do. I do it all the time. I’ve removed DOZENS of ticks from myself, my husband, and my dogs! I’ll show you — from my own experience using tweezers and videos from others showing easy ways to remove ticks without tweezers. Do you know which ticks carry Lyme Disease? I’ll tell you — so you’ll know which ones to look for where you live and exactly what they look like.
Dogs & fleas… There’s no doubt about it, fleas are everywhere! Here are 4 ways to keep fleas from invading your dog AND your house.
I’ve been using Frontline Plus to control fleas AND ticks on my dogs for the past 22 years. I decided to investigate further to learn about the ingredients used in dog flea and tick control products. Here are the safest ones that you should look for when buying flea & tick control for your dog.
The flea and tick control products you get from your vet are the most effective and safest ones for your dog. They all control fleas, but a few of them control other pests as well. Five flea and tick control products are reviewed here.
Here’s an illustration showing exactly how to apply these products directly onto your dog’s back, beneath his thick coat. Plus, lots of great tips when using Frontline, Advantage or K9 Advantix.
I have Lyme Disease. My dog does not. Our vet thought this was odd, because dogs spend much more time closer to the ground and inevitably get a lot more tick bites than we do. Plus, 90% of the time we’re outdoors, our dog is usually with us. …I guess the tick preventative that our dogs have always worn — Frontline Plus — really DOES work!
Wondering what the differences are among all the different flea and tick preventatives on the market? I have firsthand experience using 3 of them — Frontline Plus, K9 Advantix and Advantage — and I review each of them here…