Member Sites  ::  JOIN  ::   ::  Info  ::  Next Ring  
Mastiff Dogs - Dedicated to the Mastiff dog from breeders to owners to those who fancy these big dogs.

  Login   Signup



Mastiff Dogs

Manager: system1
Dedicated to the Mastiff dog from breeders to owners to those who fancy these big dogs.
 

Sponsored Links


Forum Posts - Start a new discussion! Posts 1 - 1 of 1
All Threads |   All Posts   ]

Flea & Tick Control - 05/30/2013
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-TMd2ORYh5qE/Uaeuwx89BiI/AAAAAAAABFg/6qsxgZtdqcg/s1600/insect_trap_pic.jpg

      As a breeder and pet owner, I do have concerns with excessive chemical use in our dogs.  However, sometime simply bathing and/or spraying may not be sufficient and a monthly treatment for flea and tick control is required.  Mastiffs and other Giant breeds dogs are large by weight but may not require a "dosage by the pound approach" for this control.  Older dogs and younger puppies may also have increase sensitivity--so discuss this with your vet before using prescription products. I also have an earlier blog entry--"Safe Organic Pesticides"--  that may provide some valuable information for alternative approaches to control fleas, Ticks, and other pests  inside and outside your home.    It can be found at t http://kiokeemastiffscom.blogspot.com/2011/06/safe-organic-pesticides.html . In addition, here are a few homemade "recipes" that pet owners may find helpful-safe non-toxic approaches to controlling pests on your pets and in your home. Insect Repellent   Insect repellent spray Combine in a 16 oz bottle: 15 drops lavender oil 3-4 Tbsp of vanilla extract 1/4 Cup lemon juice.   Fill bottle with water.   Shake. You can also use any 1 or more of the following to substitute for lavender oil in the above recipe.                  20-30 drops of Clove Bud Oil             ...

Flea & Tick Control



All Threads |   All Posts   ]





Contact Us | Copyright © 2001-2019 WebRing®, Inc. Terms of Service - Help - Privacy Policy