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Getting rid of fleas on your dog is something that will happen alot as dogs love to run around in nature which is where most dogs get their fleas from. There are chemical remedies that can help with getting rid of fleas on your dog however I like to chose a more natural way. Always remember that the fleas life cycle is one of changes, the flea spends some time outside and some time inside. Therefore it is best to be dealing with both.
You can also smother fleas on dogs by using vegetable oil – canola, peanut, sesame, any kind of vegetable oil will work . You will want to do this outside to prevent a mess. Rub the oil into your dog’s fur, making sure to cover your dogs entire body, your dog will try to escape, so change as soon as you get inside and wash your clothes in hot water just in case any fleas have gotten onto you or your clothing.
Leave on the oil for 20 minutes and then comb your dog with a fine toothed comb, a lice comb works well for this. once done combing, wash them with mild natural soap or baby shampoo to remove all of the oil, put a flea collar on them to prevent re-infestation and leave them outside for an hour to make sure they’re flea-free.
The best flea treatment for dogs is also one of the easiest – giving your dog a bath. Actually, it’s even simpler than that. Coat your dog with a natural pet soap. Don’t be shy about using a lot of it – you are trying to suffocate the fleas under a thick layer of soap. Leave it on your dog for at least 20 minutes, you should start to see fleas rising to the surface in search of air. You can then rinse off your dog and let the now-drowning fleas be washed down the drain.
After you rinse off your dog, it’s a very good idea to put them outside for an hour if possible. Any fleas which manage to survive will likely jump off of your dog to safety and this could mean the beginning of a new infestation. You should also put a flea collar on your dog before putting them outside to prevent new fleas from getting on your dog.
Once your dog is free of fleas do not forget to make sure your house is completely free of fleas or else your dog will simply get infected with fleas once they are clean.
Getting rid of fleas on dogs does take some work, but the best flea treatment for dogs doesn’t have to be expensive or involve toxic chemicals. All it takes is a little patience and a little elbow grease to give your four legged friend some sorely needed relief from the torment of a flea infestation.
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