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5 Flea and Tick Products That Protect Pets Naturally

Essential oils and herbs — and a handy tool — fight fleas, ticks and other pests on dogs and cats between baths.




THESE NATURAL FLEA and tick products will complement the shampoos you already stock, allowing pet parents to treat as needed without getting wet.

EARTH ANIMAL Topical Herbal Bug Spray

EARTH ANIMALTopical Herbal Bug Spray

Safe for cats and dogs, and infused with a natural blend of aromatic herbs and essential oils that have a fresh, minty fragrance loathed by fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Active ingredients: cedarwood and peppermint oils. 8 fluid ounces., (612) 750-5939




Gentle cedarwood, peppermint, rosemary and lemongrass oils repel and kill fleas and ticks. Environmentally friendly, pH balanced for skin and coat. Safe for dogs and cats 12 weeks and up. Made in the U.S. 8 fluid ounces., (800) 526-7469



SKOUT’S HONOR Flea + Tick Dog & Home Spray

SKOUT’S HONORFlea + Tick Dog & Home Spray

Curated with nature’s most potent pest-fighting oils to kill, prevent and protect against fleas and ticks (including their larvae and eggs). Smells like fresh peppermint with a hint of cedarwood. 28 fluid ounces., (877) 805-0399


PURE AND NATURAL PET Flea & Tick Canine Wipes

PURE AND NATURAL PETFlea & Tick Canine Wipes

Eco-friendly, healthier option for flea and tick treatment. Sulfate, formaldehyde and DEET free. Made in the U.S. with skin-soothing cedar and peppermint oil. Safe for dogs 12 weeks and up. 50 wipes., (844) 698-4367


ALZOO Exitick Tick Hook

ALZOOExitick Tick Hook

Easy-to-use tick remover with transparent design enables better accuracy. Great for ticks of all sizes, with three entrapment orifices (small, medium and extra-large). Hook can rotate to pull from different directions., (954) 217-6227



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