How to Get Rid of Fleas on Dogs (Naturally) - Instructables

In this tutorial, I am going to teach you how to get rid of fleas on dogs
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Any ideas on how to get rid of fleas on a recently spayed 8 week old puppy? It cant be bathed for 10 days due to the stitches from the spaying? Also any medication I've found says only for dogs 12 weeks or older?
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When it comes to your pets, nothing can lead to more discomfort than fleas. In this tutorial, I am going to teach you how to get rid of fleas on dogs. The technique that we are going to use is safe, 100% natural and extremely effective. The amount of people that still use harsh chemicals to treat their animals is alarming. These toxic products can cause very serious side effects. Most people do not realize that there ways to kill fleas naturally that are just as effective. How to Get Rid of Fleas on Dogs Fast | Fab How
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Photo provided by FlickrThe best and effective ways on how to get rid of fleas (In house on dogs and cats) fast and easy.
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Use a flea repellent to get rid of fleas on your dog. In the past, I’ve reached for “spot-on” treatments in the pet aisle without a thought. However, recently I’ve become aware of what those toxins might be doing to my dog, to me, to my house, and to my yard. As with many other problems, it’s best to start with something mild and go stronger if needed. You can use Flea Away powder, which is natural, on your dog. You may also try using essential oils on his collar or diluted with water and used as a spray on his coat. Bite This! by Grrroom Dog is an essential oil blend you can purchase, but cedar, tea tree, lavender and citronella oils are effective as well. If you have ever struggled with how to get rid of fleas on dogs, then you know how frustrating it can be. Instead of driving both you and your dog crazy, follow a few simple guidelines and you should soon be on your way to flea free living. Feed your dog a healthy diet to get rid of fleas. Fleas really like poor, defenseless creatures like kittens and puppies, or malnourished ones, because of their weak immune systems. Many people believe that a raw diet is best for dogs because it is biologically natural to them; however, you may not want to go this route. If you prefer regular dog food, try to avoid chemical preservatives, food coloring, by-products and digests, and look for meat as the first ingredient. Especially during flea season, supplementing your dog’s diet with garlic or brewer’s yeast (in powder or tablet form) can keep fleas away because of the taste. Also, your dog will be protected from traditional vampires. Too much of either can be toxic, though, so check with your veterinarian about appropriate amounts.Unfortunately, fleas are annoying and persistent, so there is no instantaneous way to remove fleas from your dog or cat. However, pills and other spot-on chemical treatments have proven to be some of the fastest ways to rid your pet of fleas. Capstar is one option to remove fleas from dogs and cats. It's a tablet that when taken orally, begins to work within 30-minutes and kills 90% of all fleas within four hours. Spot-on flea treatments tend to take a few days to work, and some only target flea eggs while other target adults, so it's important to buy the right one.