Allergy free flea dog products
It's a bit like stating the obvious to say "if you own a dog, then it is at risk of getting fleas and ticks and even mites". This is particularly so if you regularly visit places where other dogs frequent, e.g. dog parks, grooming parlours, veterinary clinics, dog clubs, dog shows, training and or obedience trials and so on.
You also run the risk of a human family member picking up the odd parasite or two and or having your home inside and out invaded - especially by fleas.
The fact that you are reading this page indicates you are looking for flea, tick, mosquito and mite control and prevention for either your pet, inside your home or outside your home - maybe all three.
We have covered some very effective home remedies in our segment on Home Flea Remedies - stopping fleas the natural way. You will find that many remedies for flea control inside and outside your home work just as well for ticks and mites.
In this segment we refer to Only Natural control and prevention products for fleas, ticks and mites.
Please click on each product of interest and read the "product information" supplied with each item to ascertain where the product is for fleas, ticks or mites. Some may be for all three, whereas others will be parasite specific.
As with our home flea remedies, the products are safe to use around children, on pets and near plants - all of which you can purchase online, right here.
You have a choice of a plethora of different flea control and prevention products to choose from and for ease of reference we have created three separate product segments - Pets (including eco-friendly washable pet beds), Indoors and Outdoors.
Collars, Pendant & Discs
Tablets, Oil Drops & Spot-on Tubes
Dips, Ear Lotions, Shampoos & Conditioners
Sprays, Wipes & Powders
Washable Planet-Friendly Dog Beds
This article and information forms part of the Carole's Doggie World Holistic Library and is presented for informational purposes only.The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local vet. Instead, the content offers the reader information researched and written by Carole Curtis for www.carolesdoggieworld.com