This compilation of essential oils is intended to fight against the proliferation of ticks and fleas in dogs and cats, and prevent piroplasmosis and leishmaniasis. It is an essential product especially during the spring season and for pets living in rural as well as urban areas.
Neem Oil (origin India)
Obtained by cold pressing, this oil contains powerful active agents which act both preventively by removing the different parasites and curatively, interrupting their growth and reproduction.
Tea Tree Essential Oil (origin Australia)
Obtained by steam distillation of water from leafy twigs of the Melaleuca alternifolia. This oil has anti-parasitic action and potent anti-fungal properties.
Lemongrass Essential Oil (origin Indonesia)
Obtained by steam distillation of water from the aerial parts of Cymbopogon. It is used here as a mosquito repellent and it has a pleasant smell.
Geranium Rosa Essential Oil (origin Egypt)
Obtained by steam distillation of water from leaves of Pelargonium Graveolens. It is an antiparasitic and anti bacterial ingredient with a broad spectrum and potent action. It also reinforces the action Lemongrass Essential Oil against mosquitoes.
Lavender Essential Oil (origin Provence, France)
Obtained by team distillation of water from flowering tops. This oil is used here to repel different parasites and also for its anti-inflammatory, sedative and calming effects.
Non-active ingredients: Alcohol
Apply Phyto anti-Tick & Flea in the early spring.
The application will be done through the applicator incorporated in the bottle. Press the cap to puncture the tip.
To treat the animal, just drop a few drops at several points (every 20 cm) along the spine of the animal around the neck. Repeat every 8-15 days.
One bottle treats a medium size dog for about 6 weeks. It may be necessary to repeat the operation following a shampoo or bath.
Phyto anti-Tick & Flea can also help to eliminate ticks already planted in the epidermis. Just apply a few drops on the parasite to clear within 24 hours.
For cats and some very small dogs, a few drops evenly distributed over the animal is sufficient to protect them effectively.
The frequency of treatment and the amount of product to be applied depends on the sensitivity of each animal’s pests and their greater or lesser presence in the environment.
Key features of Phyto anti-Tick & Flea:
- Repellent against ticks
- Repellent against fleas
- Repellent against mosquitoes
- Preventive action against leishmaniasis
- 100% natural repellent
Phyto anti-Tick & Flea - a natural care to prevent fleas on your pet.
Fleas transmit a tapeworm and their saliva is allergenic. They can weaken your pet, and they cause very unpleasant itching. It is clear that prevention is required to treat the animal and its environment.
Ticks in dogs:
The ticks can spread two dangerous diseases: Piroplasmosis and Lyme disease. Again, prevention is essential.
First, consider asking your vet for advice. If you live in an area heavily colonized by ticks, it may be worthwhile asking your vet to vaccinate your puppy against Piroplasmosis and Lyme disease. However, the effectiveness of these vaccines is not perfect and should not overshadow the protection against carriers of these diseases.
Prophylaxis in dogs:
It is first necessary to determine the environment within which your pet lives. If you only walk your dog in urban areas, the risks are minimal because ticks are not prevalent in built up areas or in manicured gardens. However, as you will need to treat your pet against fleas, it is best to use a multi-pest control and thus reduce the overall risk.
Parasite prevention tips:
After each walk in the countryside, there should be a meticulous inspection of your companion followed by brushing. Also check the bottom of your trousers before you go home: ticks can be found there.
Insecticide on sale in pipettes from the vet are very effective against both fleas and ticks, provided that you change it regularly to avoid brand resistors. Piroplasmosis is a very serious and deadly disease, which should be protected against. Instead of using pipettes, it is possible to use a product based on essential oils applied at different points of the spine. If your dog attracts ticks you should apply it every week or every 3 or 4 days.
There are also herbs, many of which have active properties which can be used against fleas: rosemary, lavender, catnip, eucalyptus, chamomile, cedar and lemongrass. For example - take a handful of these plants, let them dry, and place on the animal’s favourite spot. Alternatively, make an infusion of rosemary and / or lavender, and once cooled, spray directly on your pet, being careful to enter the liquid through the fur.
Placing camomile around the house along the walls of the dwelling and your pets favourite places. If the animal spends a lot of time outside, the presence of these plants will seem natural to your pet.
Warning: Never use essential oil on a cat.
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