Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, and biting flies are annoying, plus their bites can cause irritation or, in some cases, illness in pets. Some people choose a completely natural approach to protect pets from these pests, while others use a combination of natural remedies and prescription preventatives from their veterinarian. Whatever you use, it’s always best to discuss options with your veterinarian first to make they’re safe for your pet — certain products, even if they’re natural, shouldn’t be used on or around cats — and that you’re keeping them fully protected from potential diseases like heartworm or Lyme.
When it comes to natural approaches to pest control, there’s an
overwhelming amount of information out there, so we’re here to make it a
bit easier (and less intimidating) for you. Here are a few natural and
effective solutions to help keep your pets and home free of unwelcome
pets. Some of these methods might involve a little more work than their
chemical counterparts, but it’s worth the extra effort to reduce your
pet’s exposure to chemicals.
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