All Natural Flea Repelling Collar

How to Make an All Natural Flea Repelling Collar

DIY All Natural Flea Repelling Collar

Flea killer and repellants can be filled with chemicals which you sometimes can’t do without. Even with all of the chemicals sometimes it just isn’t enough and you need to add something else to the mix but what else do you add when you are already using chemicals every 30 days? If you want to offer your dog a more natural option, why not try this all natural flea repelling collar instead? This all natural flea repelling collar is simple to make, and something you can let your children help with before they take the dog outside to play. It will help keep your dog flea free naturally and without the use of extra chemicals.

Here is what you will need in order to make your own All Natural Flea Repelling Collar:
Cotton bandana
Lavender oil

To create your all natural flea repelling collar, lay the bandana out flat. In a bowl, mix 3-5 drops of lavender oil and a tablespoon of water. Mix it well. Take an eyedropper or your spoon and then distribute the mixture onto the bandana. Place it in dabs all over the fabric. Allow for it to dry.

Once your bandana is dry, you can then tie it onto your dog and use it as you normally would. It is a great way to add some flare and color to your dog while protecting him from fleas naturally at the same time! Make sure to take the bandana off once you come in from outside. You don’t want it to hurt your dog by getting stuck on something. Plus the lavender oil is a relaxing oil and while it might be tempting to let your puppy sleep all day this isn’t the way to do that.

Your flea repelling collar will work for a week or so until it needs to be treated again. Simply wash it, dry it, and apply the mixture just as you did the first time. You can repeat this process weekly if you would like. Just be sure to use a Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade® essential oil they are the safest, purest, and most beneficial essential oils in that there are no added ingredients which could be harmful to your dog.

Other uses for Pure Essential Oils are huge. Once in a while I will add a drop of Lemon Essential Oil to their water bowl – it keeps the water fresher and gives it a bit of flavor that makes them want to drink more and stay hydrated. I have also been known to use Peppermint Oil mixed with water to brush Davinia and Indiana’s teeth. It is not something you would want to use daily but once in a while it will help their breath and clean their teeth. I figured I would mention other uses for essential oils while we were on the subject just in case you are interested.

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  1. I love this! Making these would be perfect to put on the dogs to go hiking deep in the woods. Thanks for sharing!
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