Does Lavender Oil Repel Fleas?


Lavender Oil does repeal Fleas and it can be done through these methods; adding it in the detergent that you use to clean your carpets. You can also plant your lavender outside in your garden to repeal the fleas.
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Does Lavender Oil Repel Fleas?
Lavender oil repels fleas as well as ticks, mosquitoes and other insects naturally and effectively. You'll recognize fleas in the house as tiny black bugs that jump from your pet's fur onto floors and furniture. Lavender essential oil repels fleas but... More »
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1. Wash all areas of your floors with a cleaner that has a lavender scent. If you can’t find one, you can add a few drops of essential oil of lavender to your bucket of soapy
Fish Oil. If it's a pet with fleas, rub it on the back of their neck and between their toes. Fish Oil is okay for them to digest too.
Lavender oil repels fleas as well as ticks, mosquitoes and other insects naturally and
Dear Joan, I've never used lavendar oil on a bunny, so I can't speak to its efficacy against fleas. I have my doubts. Plus, it might not be non-toxic to such a small bunny. On the
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Lavender is an effective flea repellant. Thoroughly cleaned floors can be sprayed with lavender scented cleaners. Lavender essential oil can be sprayed on pets ...
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Lavender repels mice with its strong smell that mice find offensive. Drip lavender oil on a piece of paper then place the paper near places mice could get in. ...
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