There are many options available for making a homemade fly repellent for dogs. The simplest recipe contains just two ingredients: apple cider vinegar and water. This repellent works both when applied topically or when ingested by the dog. You may also choose a non-toxic mix of essential oils. You need a spray bottle and a clean cloth.Know More
Idaho tansy, geranium, sandalwood, lavender, rosemary and lemon essential oils have natural repellent qualities without containing the harmful chemicals that are present in most commercial fly sprays.
Distilled water can be purchased at most grocery or drug stores.
It is important to dilute the oil, as applying it directly to the dog's fur or skin while it is undiluted can cause irritation.
Spray the solution on the dog's ears and face, but make sure you avoid the eyes, mouth and nose as you are spraying. Use a damp cloth to dab, rather than spray, the areas around the ears, eyes, nose and mouth.
Homemade dog food can be made by preparing a balance of raw or cooked meat and lightly steamed vegetables. While there are many recipes available, the simplest raw one consists primarily of mixing raw meat with ground vegetables and eggs.Full Answer >
Homemade fly spray is a fly repellent made from common household ingredients, in which vinegar is the main component. There are several recipes for homemade fly spray with additional ingredients such as citronella, hand lotion, dish soap or pine-scented cleaner. Homemade fly spray can be used to deter flies from horses and pets and is a common household staple during the warmer months.Full Answer >
Dogs love to eat boiled and scrambled eggs, carrots, cheese and peanut butter. These foods can be used as occasional supplements to a dog’s standard diet.Full Answer >
On average, dogs sleep about 14 hours a day. Larger dogs, such as Saint Bernards, mastiffs and Newfoundlands, sleep as much as 18 hours a day. Puppies, who expend energy growing and learning, sleep for 18 to 20 hours per day.Full Answer >