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  1. Beth

    Hi Susan, I know this is old but I’ve been recently doing research on flea treatments after switching my dog and cat’s food (homecooked organic/grass fed local beef/chicken or a food from your wonderful list) Anyways, I really do not like putting those awful chemicals on my dog, but I don’t wan t him to get worms transmitted by fleas. (i’m kind of horrified that it can kill cats..) Also, there are a lot of mosquitoes (we live in a tropical climate) and he is on Sentinel as a preventative for heartworms/whipworms/etc. He is indoors and only goes outside to use the bathroom or go running/for a walk. He is bathed once or twice a week with gentle shampoo (no parabens/sulfates/that stuff) and his skin is fine (not dry or flaky at all). Do you know of any natural/non toxic preventative dips/treatments I could switch to? Thanks

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      I’ve never used them – but Only Natural Pet Store has products that are more natural for dogs and cats. You might want to try them.

  2. Debbie

    I have bought a Natural flea stuff for my cats but how do we know if these ingredients is safe to use on them? “Herbal Flea Spray by NaturVet.”
    Ingreds: Sodium Lauryl sulfate, lemongrass oil, rosemary oil, cedar oil and thyme oil.
    Just curious, could u put rosemary oil in a carpet cleaner to get rid of fleas safely for pets? What about the yard too? Help…

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