Homemade Dog Repellent?

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When gardening, you may wish to keep your pet dogs out of some places in the yard in order to keep it beautiful since they have a tendency to dig. You can keep your dog indoors, cordoned off, or roped up in the yard so they cannot get into those areas. You can also use homemade dog repellent so your dog can still roam the yard. Natural dog repellents that are not harmful when ingested are chili pepper, vinegar, rubbing alcohol, and citrus.
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1. Identify your main problem. Are you dealing mainly with dogs or cats, or are you having an issue with both. Homemade repellent is based on a substance that the problem animal dislikes
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1. Place 3 cups of boiling water in a heatproof container. Add 3 tablespoons of cinnamon, 3 tablespoons of rosemary and 3 tablespoons of dried lavender. Ad. 2. Cover the container
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That depends on whether you are keeping them off your garden, house, or body. On the whole, most natural bug repellents do not work at all, although many artificial ones are made
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