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Homemade Flea shampoo, mix together and put in an old shampoo or squeeze bottle, massage in and it works great it left my pug's fur soft and fluffy, smells better than a store bought flea shampoo!

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This flea season is horrible! If you have pets, you are doubly aware. Recently, we've had a little of a battle keeping them at bay from the dogs. They were kenneled at the vet a few weekends ago...

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RID YOUR DOG OF FLEAS RECIPE; Ingredients: 1 cup Dawn dish detergent (for smell and fleas) 1 cup white distilled vinegar 1 quart water Mix it all together! That's it! Be careful not to get it in your dog's eyes though, it will burn. I literally saw the fleas falling off him, dead, when I was rinsing him off. Love love love it. I don't think I'll ever buy dog shampoo again! Remember to start at the neck so the fleas will not run to the face.

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from Budget Savvy Diva

DIY Flea Removal

Mix one cup liquid dish soap, one cup white vinegar, and one quart of warm water in a large bowl. Transfer the mix into a squeeze bottle (like an old shampoo or body wash bottle). Shake before using. Wash your dog with mix as you normally would. Try to allow the mixture to sit for about five minutes before rinsing out.

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from Freebie Finding Mom

Homemade Flea Shampoo

Do you have a furry friend that needs relief from fleas? Whip up this DIY recipe for homemade flea shampoo for dogs to help. With this easy to make recipe you won’t need to worry about harsh chemicals because it contains only all natural and soothing ingredients like lavender and peppermint essential oils. For cat lovers I also share how you can adapt this homemade flea shampoo recipe for cats too.

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from Naturally Mindful

All-Natural Anti-Flea Dog Shampoo

All-natural anti-flea dog shampoo 1/2 cup water 1/3 cup pure castille soap 1 tsp olive oil 20 drops of essential oil (10 Rosemary, 10 Peppermint)

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Homemade Flea Shampoo!!! 1 cup Dawn dish soap 1 cup white vinegar 1 quart warm water Directions:Mix the three ingredients and put into squeeze bottle. Give it a little shake to make sure it is mixed. Apply to your dog just as you would normal shampoo. Massage into fur and let sit for 5 minutes. Rinse dog thoroughly with warm water. Towel dry.

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from eHow

How to Kill Fleas With Lemon Juice

If you find fleas in your home the cause is most likely from your pet bring them in from outside. The first reaction when finding fleas in your pet's fur may be to give your pet a flea bath using special flea shampoo. However, you can also use a home remedy that includes lemon juice. Lemon juice when mixed with water is a natural deterrent for...