These herbal remedies for your pet should be tested in small quantities to make sure no allergic reaction occurs. Always wear gloves when you apply the solution.
Rosemary Fleas Rinse/Spray:
Steep 1 tsp. dried rosemary for each cup of boiling water, cool. Use as after-bath rinse or fill spray bottle and spray after bath and between baths. Allow to dry naturally. Use for several days for severe flea problems.
Moisten a cotton pad or cloth with oil of eucalyptus, pennyroyal or rosemary. Be careful not to get the oils on your hands. Wear gloves. Rub this on the ticks to stun them. make removal easier.
Natural Dog Flea Collar:
A cord soaked in pennyroyal oil and encased in piece of fabric long enough to go around the pet neck plus enough to tie a bow or knot. Refresh every two weeks, making sure your pet is not allergic to the pennyroyal.
Flea and Tick Powder:
Pulverize equal amounts of rosemary, rue, pennyroyal, and eucalyptus. Blend in some citronella oil. Powder the pet outside and comb with a flea comb.
To prevent that doggy odor in the house, mix a few drops of oil of pennyroyal, peppermint, pine, or cedar in warm water and spray lightly tot he dog’s bedding. Brush.
Hope these remedies will work for you. If you have any questions about using organic solutions, check with your pet’s vet.
If you have ever price some of the flea remedies you can find at pet stores, these will save you a lot of money as well as being organic and natural.