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we’ve all heard the names (and maybe you’ve used one of these products in the past). Your veterinarian may recommend these pesticides to keep fleas and ticks off your dog. But if you’re concerned about the risks that come with these drugs, it’s time to think outside the box.
And, if you’re not concerned, you should be. Keep reading to find out why you shouldn’t use these products on your dog.
Instead, keep your dog safe and get rid of fleas with natural methods. We’ve got all the tips you need to get the job done.
A Major Infestation?
Itching is usually a sure sign of a flea infestation. So is finding a flea on your dog (or yourself).
On average, adult fleas can live from several weeks to several months.
If you’ve found fleas on your dog or around your house, you could be dealing with a major infestation. And you may not even know it yet.
For every adult flea you see, there are way more in the 3 other stages of development (pupae, larvae and eggs) that you don’t spot. Up to 95% of fleas exist in these 3 stages.
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