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PetSugar Q + A: Help Me Find an All-Natural Flea Spray!

Oh no! Read this problem submitted by PetSugar reader popsugar2 in the PetSugar Q + A group and see if you can offer any tips for her:

Does anyone know of an all-natural flea spray I can use on my dog? I don't want to use the chemical ones recommended by vets.


While I've gathered up several ecotastic DIY flea solutions, there's definitely a time — like most of it — when I don't have the opportunity to buy a bunch of supplies and get to mixing. Help a pup (and owner) out! Share your product recommendations in comments, then submit your own burning pet questions in the forum, too.

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Apple Cider Vinegar! A spoonful of this stuff added to your dog’s water makes their skin more acidic and not-at-all tasty to fleas. If apple cider vinegar is not your dog’s cup of tea, you can dilute it 50/50 with water, pour into a spray bottle and use as a repellent.
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