Dr Bens Cedar Oil Spray
Flying and burrowing insects are common to our pets. Flies, Fleas, Mosquitoes, Mites, Lice and
numerous other pests. Ear Mites, Mange
Mites, Burrowing Mange Mites and Head and Goat Lice. Yeast and bacterial
infections of the ear canal and ear mites are also common place.
According to leading entomologists, the fleas, ticks, bed
bugs and their eggs around the world are growing more and more resistant to
synthetic chemical pesticide treatments promoted by local and national
exterminators and Veterinarians. In
addition, a growing number of university and independent researchers publicly
warn against excessive use of Pyrethroid-based products for consumer use.
Suitable for Dogs.
Where to Use:
Around the tail, back, underneath, ears, legs, paws. Can
also be sprayed around bedding area. Mange mites and burrowing mange mites
spray on liberally several times per day for 1 or 2 days. Ear mites spray 2 to
3 times per day in ear canal.
How to Use:
Spray on or pour in hands and rub into hair gently. Apply a liberal amount when going for a walk
or to the park all over your pet. Spray in hands and then apply around face
area. Do not get in eyes or mouth. Always
spot test to check for allergies. Not suitable for Cats.
When to Use:
Use at first sign of insects or when going out doors for
walks to the park. You want to thoroughly check for any insects when returning
to make sure you have not picked up any hitch hikers. If any should appear spray directly on insect.
Contains Cedar Oil and Hydrated Silica.