" No See'Em" best fleas and tick repellent for dogs Size 2 oz.

$ 20.00 

  • Pet Care - " No See'Em" Best Fleas And Tick Repellent For Dogs
  • Pet Care - " No See'Em" Best Fleas And Tick Repellent For Dogs
  • Pet Care - " No See'Em" Best Fleas And Tick Repellent For Dogs

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Natural solution during flea and tick season, WITH LAVENDER + KERATIN PROTEIN. Size 2 oz

  • DESCRIPTION
  • INGREDIENTS
  • DIRECTIONS
  • DIRECTIONS
  • Created as a safe, this natural tick repellent for dogs to repel ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes, this spray will keep your four-legged friend pest-free, preventing lyme disease in dogs, while refreshing and strengthening their fur! A proprietary blend of Cedarwood, Citronella oils and other high-quality, pet-friendly essential oils keep the bugs at bay, while Lavender and Vanilla sweeten the blend to help your pup smell great. Keratin and organic Aloe Vera help build a soft, shiny coat, so your pet can be sure to look--and feel--their best! ...

  • Active Ingredients: *2.6 % Cedarwood Essential Oil, * 2.5% Lemongrass Essential Oil * 2.3% Citronella Essentia Oil, *1% Rosemary Essential Oil

    Inactive Ingredients: *Lavender Distillate, Witch Hazel, *Eucalyptus Essential Oil, *Lavender Essential *Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil, *Vanilla Essential OIl, *Litsea Cubeba Fruit Essential Oil, *Tea Tree Essential Oil *Patchouli Essential Oil *Catnip Essential, Keratin Protein, *Aloe Leaf Juice, *White Willow Bark Extract, *Alcohol

    *Certified Organic Ingredient

    This product’s ingredients are exempt from registration by the EPA under FIFRA 25B....

  • Shake well before using. Cover your dog’s face and eyes with one hand and spray directly onto your dog’s body, especially the paws, legs, and under belly. Spray each time your dog gets outdoors. To prevent fleas, spray your dog bedding on daily basis....

  • Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue use if your pet shows any change in condition that concerns you, and contact your veterinarian if problem persists.