HEALTHY LIVING . GUIDE



Areas with colder seasons often experience flea issues in May right through to the following winter months — with peak rates occurring around September to November.

Main ingredient:
1) 1:1 ratio of apple cider vinegar and water
2) 3 drops lemon essential oil (optional)
3) 3 drops lavender essential oil (optional)

Instructions:
Combine all ingredients in a spray bottle and apply to your dog or cat daily. You can also spray their bed between washes to help deter fleas and ticks from finding a home in yours. Adding a few drops of lavender and lemon essential oil will offer a more pleasant smell as these two essential oils also act as effective repellents that will deter nasty little fleas even further.






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