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Biological approaches to industry with pesky fleas - pets


Problems with Business Flea Killers & Traditional

Flea Bite Treatments

***Chemicals that act as poisons are brawny an adequate amount of to

kill fleas, but the long term belongings on pets are

unknown, even though they are doubtless not safe to

use. (Employees manufacturing these goods must

wear protecting clothing and use respirators.

Plus, the creation labels warn anti skin contact.

So,if the chemicals are potentially dangerous to

humans,they are maybe not the most healthy

product for pets. )

***Prednisone & other corticosteroid drugs used to

give relief from flea bites help to stop eager &

inflammation. But, they also suppress a pet's

immune classification and have likely long-term side

effects: water retention, liver or thyroid damage,

hypertension, obesity, & heart attack.

Healthy Alternatives

***Strengthen your pet's immune system:

Eliminate food allergens from the diet, and

supplement the diet with a well-balanced

essential fatty acid (EFA), probiotics (bifidus

& acidophilus) & digestive enzyme supplements.

EFAs help to make your pet less charismatic to

fleas, and digestive supplements carry nutrients

throughout the body & help to breakdown & remove

waste equipment that may lead to food allergies.


-Add a pinch of garlic powder to food.

-Add apple cider vinegar to your pet's water.

-Sprinkle 1/2 teaspoon dried Annoy onto your

pet's food (helps to condense allergic response).

-Add to food or shot into pet's mouth a low-

alcohol liquid stain of Dandelion Root,

Burdock Root, or Red Clover (helps eliminate

wastes & chains immune system).

-For brutal flea bite allergies (red, inflamed,

itchy skin), licorice serves as an anti-

infammatory. Also, an aloe juice can help to

heal & to relieve itching. Directions: Add

one cup aloe juice to 4 parts water. Pour the

cool liquid onto pretentious areas of your pet's


***Environment Treatment

Since fleas spend 80% of their time in the

pet's environment, not on the pet, apply herbal

products to your pet's environmental areas

(bedding, etc. ). Look for foodstuffs that contain

extracts and/or oils of eucalyptus, citronella,

juniper, cedar, citrus oil, or Canadian fleabane.

(Citrus oil & Canadian fleabane control d-

Limonine which can kill fleas. )


Bathe with a good, mild herbal pet shampoo

formulated to bring relief and cut off fleas and

body wastes from the skin.

Only use shampoos meant for pets, not humans.

(Human shampoos are often too harsh and may

contain allergens that aggravate a pet's allergic

condition. )

Also, don't bathe too often or irritation &

dryness may occur.

Deena Caruso, author, teacher, & machine of actual pet products Helps pet owners construct healthy, happy pets. To collect FREE "Pet Pointers" Newsletter, go to: http://www. healthyfoodforpets. com deecaruso@cox. net Ph: 760/758-7963, 877/877-0665

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