Natural Flea and Tick Eliminator Recipes

Is your pet suffering from flea and tick infestation? Are the shampoos, powder and other expensive flea eliminators recommended by your veterinarian not working?

Then, it’s about time that you try these simple recipes that will help you eliminate the undesirable fleas and ticks on your pet’s fur.

With these natural flea and tick eliminator recipes, you will notice how wonderful your dog or cat’s fur will become.

Natural Flea and Tick Eliminator Recipe #1

Ingredients:
1 teaspoon of garlic powder
(you can also use 3-4 garlic capsules)
1 heaping T. brewer’s yeast

Instructions:
It’s pretty simple, just mix the ingredients together. The combination of garlic powder and yeasts produces an odor through the pet’s fur and skin which fleas and ticks find offensive. These ingredients will also make your pet’s blood taste awful which discourages ticks, ear mites and other pests.

Natural Flea and Tick Eliminator Recipe #2

Ingredients:
1 cup burger meat
1 chopped clove of garlic
1 egg
1 tablespoon heaping T. brewer’s yeast

Instructions:
Grill or fry the hamburger meat until browned. Mix the egg, garlic, and brewer’s yeast together then add to the burger meat. Feed it to your dog. For positive result, it is advisable that you do this once a month to minimize and control your pet’s fleas and ticks.

Natural Flea and Tick Eliminator Recipe #3

Ingredients:
Fresh lemon
Water

Instructions:
To make a citrus flea and tick repellent, cut a fresh lemon into quarters and put it in a jug. Then pour boiling water and let it sit overnight. Put the mixture into a spray bottle.

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