Awesome new Flea/Tick/Mosquito Spray Recipe!

May 26th, 2023 at 10:26 am EDT
There are now MORE Ticks than ever.. Flea season is getting LONGER

All of this means that our pets are getting exposed to more commercial insecticides, and all those side effects.

In today's newsletter I am sharing a new flea and tick spray recipe, but I do want to mention a supplement that can really help your itchy dog or cat's skin in general..

It's the bioflavonoid found in apple...Quercetin

We NOW have a Quercetin supplement that can DECREASE the itching:

For those cat parents out there, we are having a Cat Webinar next week in which I am sharing my TOP NEW Natural Remedies to help you heal your cat at home

Click Here to sign up to my New webinar:

Dr Jones' NEW Natural Flea and Tick Spray Remedy that is Safe for Dogs and Cats.

Specifics about the spray ingredients

Witch Hazel is non alcoholic, therefore safe to lick and soothing to the skin- a great skin anti inflammatory

Coconut Oil is a proven Natural repellent, and very safe for our pets

The Neem oil is the most studied and effective natural insect repellent- and diluted to less than 2% so safe for our pets

Cedarwood oil is also a studied and proven repellent, and diluted to less than 1% so safe for topical application to our dogs and cats

Lavender has antihistamine qualities, and diluted to less than 1% so safe topically


Lightly mist your pets, avoid face/eyes/mouth

Use a flea ccom to spread it through

For dogs you can safely spray 3 times/week
For cats safely spray once/week

1/2 cup (120ml) Non alcoholic Witch Hazel Extract
1/4 cup (60ml) Liquid Coconut Oil
3 droppers (3ml) Neem Oil
10 drops (.5ml) Cedarwood Essential Oil
10 drops (.5ml) Lavender Essential Oil

Field studies on the mosquito repellent action of neem oil..

Pleasant-Smelling Wood Oil Not So Pleasant for Biting Ticks, Other Pests..

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew

P.S. If you have an ALLERGIC pet, you should try Quercetin...and we NOW have a Quercetin Supplement!

Help your itchy pet with this...

P.P.S. On the upcoming cat webinar I am also going to be answering your most pressing cat health questions... but you need to be on the webinar to ask them.

The sign up is here:

Dr Jones' Cat Health and Nutrition Webinar

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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