Non-Toxic Flea and Tick Guards, plus Dr. Jones’ new Homemade Flea Spray!

For many pet owners, the thought of using harsh chemicals on their beloved animals is a concerning one. This is why I’m excited to share with you some of the most effective natural strategies I’ve used and recommended over the years to keep these pesky critters at bay.

Today, we’re diving into an often overlooked but vitally important aspect of pet health—natural flea and tick control.

Highlight the importance of natural methods for controlling fleas and ticks, and introduce Dr. Jones’ approach and new homemade flea spray.

1. Simple Tools and Techniques:

  • Flea Comb: Discuss the benefits of using a $1 flea comb for early detection and removal of fleas and ticks. Emphasize the importance of combing areas like the back of the ears, armpits, and groin.

2. Natural Repellents:

  • Bad-Smelling Herbs: Explain how aromatic herbs like pennyroyal and catnip can repel fleas, citing scientific studies supporting their effectiveness.
  • Chinchilla Dust (Diatomaceous Earth): Describe how to safely use diatomaceous earth on pets and in the home to combat fleas.

3. Environmental Control:

  • Natural Control in Your Yard: Discuss how nematodes can be used to naturally eliminate flea larvae and pupae in your yard.
  • Dehumidify: Explain how reducing humidity with a dehumidifier can disrupt the flea life cycle, making your home less hospitable to these pests.

4. Making Your Pet Less Appealing to Pests:

  • Make Your Pet Taste Bad: Offer guidelines for using garlic and brewer’s yeast as repellents, noting precautions for cats.

5. Essential Oil Sprays:

  • Cedarwood Oil Spray: Provide tips on safely using cedarwood oil as a flea repellent, especially on cats and small dogs.

6. Herbal Remedies:

  • Natural Pyrethrins from Feverfew Flowers: Teach readers how to use feverfew flowers to make a natural flea repellent.

7. Dr. Jones’ Best Ever Natural Flea and Tick Repellent Spray:

  • Ingredients and Benefits:
    • Neem Oil: Discuss its properties and safety.
    • Cedarwood Oil: Highlight its effectiveness and safety.
    • Coconut Oil: Mention its anti-inflammatory and repellent properties.
    • Witch Hazel with Aloe: Explain its benefits for skin disorders.
    • Castile Soap: Describe how it acts as a flea killer and emulsifier.
  • Recipe and Application: Provide the step-by-step recipe and instructions on how to apply the spray to ensure safety and effectiveness.

Summarize the benefits of using natural flea and tick preventives and encourage readers to try Dr. Jones’ homemade spray as a safe alternative to chemical treatments.

 Encourage readers to share their experiences and results with natural flea and tick prevention methods.

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Dr. Jones’ Complete 5 in 1 Pet Wash is an all-natural shampoo and conditioner that will moisturize and lock in water, being an awesome option for any allergic pet.

2 thoughts on “Non-Toxic Flea and Tick Guards, plus Dr. Jones’ new Homemade Flea Spray!”

  1. Hi Dr. Jones,

    The recipe in the video doesn’t mention Castile soap. How much Castile soap should we add to the Neem Oil recipe?

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