How Do You Repel Dog Fleas With Garlic?
Fleas are dangerous and irritating pests. They bite your dog and can spread sicknesses and health risks like worms. Anti-flea treatments like flea powders, flea collars and chemicals smell, though, and aren’t always safe for households that have young children. If you’re looking for a natural remedy for fleas, there are several choices. Try cedar oil, vinegar and even garlic. The theory behind using garlic is that it makes your dog “taste bad” to fleas. Although this has not been confirmed, many people swear by the use of garlic for flea control. Garlic does NOT make your dog smell to humans. Garlic is a very simple method for driving away fleas. Remove a clove of garlic from its casing. The clove is the slightly moist “pearl” inside the dry outer husk. The amount you feed depends on the weight of your dog. Feed dogs that weigh less than 50 lbs one clove. Dogs that weigh over 50 lbs can have two cloves. You can feed your dog garlic every day, every couple of days, or just three times a