pitbullmamaliz wrote:Right now, I would clear any home remedies through your vet, first.
Mickle wrote:This shampoo is THE BEST and all natural!! I love this stuff and have used it for the 6 years I have been grooming! http://stores.naturaldogshampoo.com/-st ... Detail.bok
It is good though for taking chlorine (green) out of human highlighted hair, LOL
Dog_Shrink wrote:ANY shampoo will kill fleas if you leave it on for 10 minutes or more. Is suffocates them. Also you can use eucalyptus oil as a repellant if your doggie is sensitivie to spot ons as mine are. My poor little boston terrier breaks out into a giant pimple ball if he even lays on a bed that another dog with spot on laid on Last I knew the spot ons didn't repel fleas but treated after the dogs were bit to kill fleas so spot ons might not be the most benifical thing for a dog with flea allergies Something else you can use to kill fleas is CAPSTAR. It's a pill that they eat and it kills EVERY flea on them with in a half hour... approved for dogs older than 4 weeks and they had to dose 146 times the regular dose to get a negative reaction out of the dog. VERY safe, very reasonablly priced. Here's a link: http://www.jefferspet.com/ssc/product.asp?CID=0&mscssid=NRNLJJQLAJ499M5F3BFDQ8VTTE386E52&pf_id=0027945&cmkw=capstar
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