Herbal remedies exist in regards to treating fleas. In order to keep fleas off of your animals, you can purchase an herbal flea powder, and apply that to his/her coat sparingly. These herbal flea remedies naturally discourage parasites from attaching to your animals’ skin, and they are safe to use on all animals. Instead of a traditional flea collar, you may also consider an herbal flea collar to keep the parasites away and your dog or cat as healthy as possible. You can also use a flea comb to rid your animal of fleas.
Treating Ticks Naturally with Essential Oils
There are numerous ways that you can stop fleas and ticks from infesting your family pet, and one of these ways is to use tea tree oil, citronella, wintergreen, and eucalyptus on your dog’s coat. These are all safe ingredients that repel insects and parasites. If you do see a tick on your pet, remove it promptly with tweezers and then burn it after you have made sure to remove the head. If you do not remove the head, the tick will regrow its body and will still continue pestering your pet and possibly your household.
Other Natural Treatments to Consider
Keep the home clean and vacuum often to ensure that fleas and their eggs cannot incubate in your carpets. Nutritional or brewer’s yeast may be helpful in staving off flea and tick attacks, and you can also add garlic. Natural skin tonic can be applied to your animal’s quote (sparingly) to prevent parasites from living on your pet. Many all natural foods have also been shown to help eliminate fleas and ticks on animals in the spring and summer. So other foods to consider giving your pet are barley grass concentrates, zinc, and raw garlic. If you are not sure how much to give your animals, contact your veterinarian before making a decision about how much to feed your pet. With all of these methods to control fleas and ticks without chemicals, you can ensure that your pet stays healthy and happy all year long.