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How to Get Rid of Fleas Naturally and Effectively

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Dog and Cat Flea Remedies

Natural and healthy flea killer. Try spraying Apple cider vinegar or white vinegar to their fur after towel drying them! Fleas hate citrus! Plus it helps their coats :)

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Best Full Size Vacuum Cleaners For Homes With Dogs • News To Review -

Add 1 teaspoon of cider vinegar to every quart of water in your pets water dish. Fleas will not go near your pet. Fill a spray bottle with half white vinegar half cold water then go around your house mist your furniture, rugs, drapes and anywhere fleas like to hide and lay eggs. Try this every time you're ready to vacuum and you'll be surprised how this little trick will get rid of not only fleas but ants, spiders and just about any critter that's lurking around your home.

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Does Lemon Extract Kill Fleas

Lemon extract is a good home remedy for killing fleas. It can get rid of any existing fleas and kill the eggs that may have been laid. It is perfectly safe and will not harm your dog.

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16 House Hacks to Get Rid of Fleas

When it comes to pets, nothing is more frustrating than dealing with fleas. Last summer, getting them off our pets and out of our house was a total nightmare. Since then, we’ve tried lots of tips and tricks, but these house hacks have been the most effective in helping us get rid of fleas. Tips …

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Get rid of those nasty fleas the natural way! Make an easy homemade flea repellent for your home with simple, inexpensive ingredients you have on hand.

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Make a Lemon Flea Spray

Lemon flea spray Love this, it keeps fleas at bay, makes the dogs smell clean and we can spray it in the house cause it doesn't matter if it gets on the carpets or furniture. it's just lemon :)

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Natural, Non Toxic Flea Control For Your Home, Yard, Dogs and Cats

How to Naturally Get Rid of Fleas From Your Home, Garden and Pets, Cut one lemon and boil it in a pint of water. Let it cool and pour into a spray bottle. Or fill a spray bottle with three parts water, one part white vinegar or apple cider vinegar. Or you can add few drops of essential oils that are natural pest repellents such as peppermint, citronella and rosemary to a spray bottle filled with 8 ounces of water. Spray the living area or other rooms with these mixtures

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