NaturVet Herbal Flea Spray Reviews
Keeping it green and natural is a central focus for many of us nowadays. More and more people are trying to eat organic foods and use products without chemicals or artificial ingredients.
Anytime you can opt for a healthy alternative, it is a wise decision.
The same holds true for the products you use on your pets for flea treatment, and that is why NaturVet Herbal Flea Spray is a great alternative to the heavy duty chemicals used in most flea treatment products.
No one wants to expose any member of their family, including the furry ones who walk on four legs, to any type of harmful product. Therefore, when it comes to a great flea preventative, NaturVet produces their herbal flea spray for use on dogs, cats, puppies and kittens. This is a product that works well year round and can be used in conjunction with food supplements like garlic or yeast tablets for added flea control and prevention.
The herbal flea spray will not hurt your pet’s skin or irritate them. It smells pleasant and you can use it as often as you like or need without suffering through bad smelling flea foggers or other pesticides. Its active ingredients include Rosemary and Cedar Oil, which are both natural flea killers and repellents and will also work to deodorize your pet or the bedding on which they sleep.
Furthermore, this product is great for use on furniture, bedding, carpets and other areas that might be infested with fleas.
If a pet owner wants to combine this product with a traditional flea repellent, we recommend that you look to Advantage and Frontline products and use either of these in conjunction with NaturVet Herbal Flea Spray. Both Frontline and Advantage, while they do contain chemicals and other artificial ingredients, are highly recommended by veterinarians and are deemed very safe for use on pets.
NaturVet Herbal Flea Spray earns a “thumbs up” in our book for its ability to work well as an all natural product and a safe alternative for risky and dangerous chemicals used in traditional flea repellents.