Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Home Spray | Flea Treatment for Dogs and Home | Plant-Based Formula | 32 Ounces

Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Home Spray | Flea Treatment for Dogs and Home | Plant-Based Formula | 32 Ounces

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Vet’s Best Flea and Tick Home Spray | Flea Treatment for Dogs and Home | Plant-Based Formula | 32 Ounces: Vet’s best flea and tick home spray for dogs uses nature’s most powerful plant extracts with a unique blend of certified natural peppermint oil and eugenol from clove plants formulated to kill fleas and ticks. This bottle easily refills three 32oz bottles. For over 30 years, vet’s best has blended plant-based ingredients that work together to comfort and protect your pet.

What are vet’s best flea and tick home spray | flea treatment for dogs and home | plant-based formula | 32 ounces features?

  • Total home & dog defense: applies easily on surfaces, indoors including dog bedding, crates, furniture, blankets, upholstery, carpets, and more. Also gentle enough to be applied directly on dogs and puppies 12 weeks or older.
  • Gentle protection: vet’s best flea & tick home spray uses plant-based ingredients to kill fleas, flea eggs, and ticks on contact.
  • Proven effective: whether facing an active flea and tick problem or are applying for routine prevention, our spray is scientifically proven effective against pests but gentle enough to use around the whole family.
  • Plant-based alternative – battles fleas and ticks without harsh chemicals, but instead uses plant-based ingredients, such as peppermint oil and eugenol (from clove plants).
  • Made in the usa: our products are proudly manufactured in the usa with quality domestic and internationally sourced ingredients.
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Can this be used on cats

They state per their directions and product information on here that you can but i thought some of the ingredients they use were toxic to cats.


directions: read entire label before each use and use only in accordance with label instructions. For pet bedding, pillows, blankets, upholstery, carpet, rugs and outdoor surfaces: this product is designed to be non-staining when used as directed; however, always apply a small amount to an inconspicuous area to test for colorfastness. Shake well. Spray the surface uniformly with a light mist until moist. Avoid soaking. A fine mist is all that is necessary to be effective. Allow product to dry completely before allowing pets to reenter area. Not recommended for use on fine furniture. Can be used around dogs and cats 12 weeks or older. For dogs 12 weeks or older: lightly spray dog’s entire coat until damp, but not dripping. Do not spray in the face, eyes or genitals. Cover the entire coat including the legs, tail and stomach. Massage into the coat until the product reaches the skin. Let coat dry completely before allowing pets to groom themselves or each other. Repeat if needed allowing 2-4 hours between applications. Applications, not exceeding twice in 24 hours. Can be used indoors or outdoors. In order to help reduce the occurrence of fleas and ticks, this product is best used year round and when combined with other vet’s best products for pet, home and yard’

Ticks

Yes!!!!. When i was new to this tick infested area i had more than 10 attached to me (slow learner). The dog also had many but since he was on tick control the ticks died. I knew that he had to have brought live ticks to my bed……i sprayed the ‘dirty’ spread and left the product on for 24 hours. After that i sprayed myself and the dog every time we went out. Never since the spraying did he have any nor did i any ticks attached and there was no tick infestation in the house (i was concerned about that). The only product i used was vet’s best.

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What does it contain

Vet’s + best natural health care contains: 0.30% peppermint oil, 0.70% clove extract, 2.70% sodium lauryl sulfate, and 96.30% inert ingredients (water, sodium benzoate). Hope this helps! I have not had to use it on my cat thus far this summer(thank goodness)for fleas and as stated have successfully used it to help eliminate my ant problem due to a late rainy spring/early summer.

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Hello. Does this kill flea eggs too or juts adults?

We did not have much luck with this killing anything. Sprayed several times per directions, but did not see reduction in flea activity. Smells nice, but that’s about it.

Can this directly spray on my dog?

Yes you sure can, if you spray it on your palm and rub it in it will keep pet from running away from the sound. Atleast that is what happened with mine. This stuff is great, my cat was allergic to all other dips sprays and the drops , but this worked great no problems. This is not toxic. Safe to spray on furniture and bedding.

Is this something strong enough for pet bedding??

Yes, it is. We spray it all over the carpet and on the cat trees, as well. My grown daughter also sprays it inside of her bed because her cat sleeps under the covers. You can spray it on your hands and rub it into your pet’s fur, too. I swear by the stuff.

Can you spray it on hard wood floors?

You only need to mist, not spray. Yes, i have used this on carpet, leather furniture, wood floor, wall close to the moldings, bedding, etc. The true clue is to use a mist and not drench everything in it. I hope it helps 🙂

How often do you apply

It depends if you already have an infestation problem or using as a preventative. If you already have a problem, you can apply everyday but you need to treat more than just the animal. Every animal is different so you may want to try just once every few days. You need to treat bedding, carpeting and the outdoor area to really get rid of an infestation. If you are using as a preventative, you could try once every other week. Again treat the outdoor area as well as your indoor area.

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Sprayed this on back of cat who had fleas, next day entire back has brown stains. What is this?

I used to be a pet groomer for many years. The rust colored stuff is flea poop as we used to call it. Fleas suck blood and poop dried blood, when you get it wet it will almost look like the animal is bleeding as the water runs off. This is usually more obvious on lighter colored pets or pets with heavy infestations.

How long should i wait afted the first aplication of treatment?

Like someone said here. Only use it on the carpet and maybe on couches (i was afraid it would stain the couch, so i avoided that all together) i used mine every 2 weeks because my flea problem was very bad. 2015 was a horrible year for fleas. After that i only use it once every 30 days. I also made sure that my cats were getting their flea medication on time and i washed all my sheets with hot water. I vacuumed every day too and i sprayed the inside of the bag before putting it on the vacuum. The bag was replaced every two days wether it was full or not. It sounds like a lot of work, but is worth it. This year (knock on wood) i have yet to see a flea.

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Can this be used if kids, 2 years, live in same house?

Doesn’t seem to be laced with chemicals…and you spray it right on the dog. I see no reason not to spray the kids too.

Does it work??

Yes… I had try other stuff with my dog and doesn’t work . I used just 3 times and i notice the difference. I still using that twice a month to prevent the first times i used every 3 days by 2 weeks and the 3rd week just twice and i juat fund 2 fleas. When before that looks like they was multiplying faster. Is convenient.

Can it be sprayed on clothes??

I have not sprayed it on clothes we spray it on our carpet and furniture. I personally don’t see a problem with spraying it on clothing.

Is it safe to use around birds? I won’t be spraying it on them of course

We have been using this for 5 years now with our parrot in the room. The smell is strong but doesnt seem to bother him. I do not spray near his cage but the dogs and furniture do get sprayed.
This is not like frebreeze that contains chemicals that are damaging to the birds lungs.

Some reviews say it doesn’t work well on fleas. Does anyone feel that it works well on fleas? I would need it for outdoor use.

It worked great on my pup, i sprayed her with it and within seconds the fleas she had started coming to the top of her coat and dying, i also used a flea comb and dawn soapy water to finish getting them out of her coat. The cat was the same way but she fought me more than the dog did so i couldn’t brush her coat out very good, i will be trying her again tomorrow. I have not used outdoors yet but i will be getting a couple more bottles and doing the outdoors cause my pup is an outdoor/indoor dog and i know she will be getting them again until i can do my yard

Is it safe for pregnant dogs?

I just read the label & it says no. Not safe for pregnant dogs…sorry.

Can i use this on gerbils? Or their bedding?

I wouldn’t suggest using this on a gerbil without speaking to your vet first.

Can this be used on guinea pigs?!

I wouldn’t use it on a guinea pig with out speaking to a vet first.

When spraying/miting this on hard flooring, do you just leave it to dry? I have a cat that i can’t easily remove from the home, i have 98% hard floor

Kim, i let mine dry, which it does in a few minutes. I have both cats and dogs and see no negative results. I repeat lightly spraying the areas twice a week and remain flea free!

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What are our customers saying?

5Expert Score
This works great but still need to know how to use it: follow my formula

Our dog got fleas in spite of monthly fleas prevention treatment. I wasn’t precise about the monthly prevention though like i should have been. I figured i could give it to her every 4-6 weeks and she’d be ok. Now i realize i needed to be as diligent with that as i am with the birth control pill. Luckily i came across the vets best product once my dog got fleas. It works great but you still need to be anal about how you use it. We eradicated our dog and ourselves of fleas after two weeks using the following method. I discovered our dog had fleas on a tuesday evening, day 0. I had been itching like crazy though a week or two prior to this but didn’t connect the dots it was due to fleas until i saw the fleas flying off my dog. It’s important to continue to treat your house and dogs for fleas for the two full weeks as there are four stages of fleas: egg, larvae, pupae, and adult. Capstar pills are only effective against adult fleas, while vets best is effective against all stages except the pupae stage, so you need to be diligent in order to kill the pupae before they turn into adults. I still saw stuff come off my dog on my flea comb through day 10 or so.

Day 0

*researched how to get rid of fleas and i ordered two bottles of vets best, 1 flea comb, and capstar pills.

Day 1

*called vet. She didn’t really help

*sprayed my dog with vets best, let it dry, then shampooed it out. I repeated this again eight hours later.

*gave my dog 1 capstar pill that day.

*stripped my bed (normally she sleeps with me), my clothes, and her dog bed and washed these (took 4 large loads) in sanitary setting in my washer and steam extra hot dried them.

*any other linens laying around i double bagged for two weeks.

*vacuumed the floors 5 times. Like literally every time my dog switched positions i vacuumed.

*each time the floor was vacuumed i dumped the contents in the outside trash can.

*closed off all rooms in the house and only allowed my dog in the family room and master bedroom in order to contain the fleas. (days 1-15)

*that night my daughter combed through my dogs hair outside and found hundreds of eggs/larvae, which she removed and drowned in water, then tossed out.

*sprayed the entire house with vets best, including the sofa, chairs, baseboards.

*sprayed entire interior of the car with vet’s best

*called professional exterminators but they weren’t able to come until day two.

Day 2, 4, 6, 8

*sprayed dog again with vet’s best, let it dry, then shampooed it out

*vacuumed the floors 2-3 times throughout the day. Dumped out the contents immediately after each time.

*professional exterminators sprayed the entire floor of our house and outside. We had to leave the house for 3 hours until it dried. (day 2 only)

*washed dogs bed, towels, and sheet she layed on, on high sanitary heat setting and steam dry extra hot dryer.(days 2, 4 only)

*combed through my dogs hair outside and found eggs/larvae, which were removed and drowned in water, then tossed out.

*day 8 only: sprayed entire interior of the car with vet’s best

day 3, 5, 7

*vacuumed the floors 2-3 times throughout the day. Dumped out the contents immediately after each time.

*gave dog 1 capstar

*washed dogs bed, towels, and sheet she layed on, on high sanitary heat setting and steam dry extra hot dryer. (day 7 only)

*combed through my dogs hair outside and found eggs/larvae, which were removed and drowned in water, then tossed out.

Days 9-15

*vacuumed the floors 2-3 times throughout the day. Dumped out the contents immediately after each time.

*combed through my dogs hair outside and found eggs/larvae, which were removed and drowned in water, then tossed out.

All the stuff i did may sound excessive, but after reading several reports of people who can’t get rid of the fleas for months, i would much rather go this route than deal with fleas for that long. By far the hardest part of the whole thing was not cuddling with my dog for two weeks.

5Expert Score
Omg it works!!! Pls read my entire review

We have no fleas! How can this be?!? I can’t believe it! I read the reviews and i can’t understand why some are saying vet’s best home spray doesn’t work. This is great stuff, worth every cent and more. I frontlined all our pets, which was great, fleas gone on pets, but they were still in the house, in furniture, in carpeting, etc. We were getting itchy ankle bites while we slept. I sprayed everything. Had to get rid of a few rugs because i know fleas are experts at surviving in carpet. I have fought fleas before, years ago, before frontline existed. I did not win the war. We spent years wasting a lot of money on bombs for every room, shampoos, useless flea collars, everything…for nothing. Then we moved. I know firsthand fleas are tough to get rid of and the key is not to get them. We’ve always had indoor cats and 1 dog. Since the introduction of frontline, i always made sure to use that for the dog all spring and summer. But i got so busy this year. I didn’t get to it. In the back of my mind i didn’t think it was such a big deal. After all we’ve been flealess all these years. Would it make such a difference if i got to it late, in june instead of april? I was so stupid. Of course the dog got fleas and now 5 cats also had fleas. Thank god vets best saved us! This product works! Just make sure you leave no area undone. I dont know if it helped that i sprayed heavily before i read the instructions to just mist. The beds and couches had to dry for an hour or two, i sprayed so much. I sprayed in all the furniture crevices, between mattresses and boxsping, every inch of pet beds, any rug i wasn’t getting rid of got saturated twice. Fleas will find safe places to hide. Eliminate the safe places! We noticed the difference almost immediately. The scent was mostly pleasant but very very strong, all windows were opened once we realized how strong the scent. We put the dog outside and the cats in the bathroom for an hour in case the strong smell would effect them adversely. I had several blankets we keep tossed on couches. I washed those blankets in hot water and then kept them folded in a laundry basket in the basement since it’s summer and we don’t need them on the couches. No pets go in basement by the way. I assumed the hot water killed anything but weeks later i stood near this laundry basket to get something on a shelf and i felt something on my feet. Tiny black dots! Freaking fleas! Either fleas survived the washer or eggs did. I sprayed my feet and the blankets immediately, no issues since. This stuff is a godsend!!! I keep several bottles around the house just in case we see or suspect anything; 1 in the basement, 2 on the main level and 2 upstairs. We also bought a flea product at home depot to spread around the yard. It’s been a month since, might do that again just in case. Make no mistake, fleas are in this fight to win. Do not underestimate them. Get them everywhere they might be. Save yourself years of fighting them by doing a thorough job of killing them everywhere…on the pet, on the furniture, in the yard. Frontline (or similar product) alone won’t do it. This spray alone won’t do it. Just a few surviving can repopulate almost overnight! Vet’s best home spray should be part of your arsenal of weaponry in a multi pronged attack. You can win this war!
9/23/20 update: we still have fleas!! Because frontline doesn’t work! We have used frontline several times now and it’s not like it used to be. It kills some but not all. We called frontline and they said we can use it again so i’ve been re-dosing 1 dog and 5 cats about every 2 weeks, lots of money spent. It’s not killing the fleas and they don’t open a claim unless you’ve used it for 3 months. That’s 3 months of fleas multiplying!! The vet’s best home spray though is doing a great job. We spray the dog bed, the front door rug, our beds (when we don’t, we get ankle bites) and all fabric furniture (couches, chairs). After this i’m trying seresto collars. It will cost $300 for 6 pets but i’d give anything to get rid of the fleas once and for all. We also dump salt on all fabric furniture and the one rug. We definitely have them on the run but they are still on our pets. If only the frikin frontline worked!!!

5Expert Score
Non-toxic flea spray works better than overpriced toxic chemical sprays

Living in a region with coastal sandy soil, the sand fleas are ferocious, and you don’t need a pet for them to make your life miserable. They can be tracked onto carpets from shoes and even blown in through open windows during the seasonal hot dry spells.

It turns out that the ingredients in this non-toxic spray work great on all surfaces and fabrics, and leave a pleasant peppermint fragrance. It also works a lot longer than the nasty fumes from those $12 metal spray cans, and without having to ventilate the room during and after using it.

If you have pets then you have even more reasons to use this instead of toxic fumes. Besides, it’s so much cheaper than those purple cans of r**d!

5Expert Score
Yes it works!!

I have six dogs and six cats. I live in east texas. For the past three years, i have been battling a major flea infestation. Nothing i have used has worked. I’ve tried every kind of drops that you put on their backs, from the expensive ones to the cheap ones. They didn’t even make a dent

all i know is this stuff kills those fleas on contact. Now it might not kill larvae and eggs, but that’s what all that other stuff was supposed to do …and it didn’t.

So, if that means i have to spray them every day and kill every damn flea one at a time, it’s worth it. This stuff is inexpensive and it kills the fleas. Period.

5Expert Score
Best flea product i’ve found

This stuff works better than the hot shot spray i was buying. It’s much less harsh chemically. Both say they can be used on dogs but the hot shot spray burns human skin and is unpleasant while this doesn’t cause any side effects. (i made the mistake of spraying the inside of my shoes with hot shot one day before work)

two sprays on a flea is enough to stop it in place for death to set in with this spray. I rarely review products but this is one i wish i had found two months sooner.

So far this stuff seems more effective than monthly topical treatments, hot shot along with vacuuming, house bombing and lighted flea traps.

5Expert Score
Our boys love it!

You can always tell if a product is great for your pets because they will want it over and over again.
When we pull this spray out, our boys jump up and down and then sit patiently, waiting to be lightly misted.
This product contains peppermint, which keeps most bugs at bay. We noticed that when they are groomed, their skin starts to itch shortly afterwards. Once we mist them in the itchy areas, they immediately stop itching. Works great in their play area and on their beds. The scent isn’t overpowering and works on their outside play area as well. I highly recommend!

5Expert Score
Kills on contact

I bought this product 3 years ago and only got to use it now. My dog did not have fleas until now. She’s had plenty of ticks, but i remove those manually each time. I have 2 dogs now and for the first time in 3 years fleas showed up on them. I took the bottle out of the storage and it worked right away. You can see them crawl up on the fur and die instantly. Same with a bunch of small ticks i saw in their bedding today, sprayed and they died right away. I love the smell personally. It is strong, but smells clean and natural. The dogs can’t stand it thought, but second time spraying them now, second day in a row and they seem to be much better about it than the first time. They went nuts trying to get the smell off. I sprayed carpets and the couch they use. I don’t give my dogs anything for ticks and fleas because they are small dogs and i generally think those are toxic chemicals that are not needed given that in my area fleas are quite rare and i’ve gotten used to ticks without an issue removing them manually. We don’t go hiking or much in the woods. We do have woods area around our yard and perhaps that’s where the fleas came from this time, but for now this is a very reasonable pest population control method, not expensive and really easy to use. And makes the whole room (where my dogs live) smell refreshing and calming for me! If you buy this product just as a refresher of smell in a room where dogs hang out a lot, it will work for that well enough! But definitely kills fleas and ticks immediately on contact. Poor suckers.

5Expert Score
I'm impressed!!!

We have several semi wild cats that stay in our garage. They spend most of their time hunting mice and doing what cats do out on the farm, but they also come into the garage to sleep, eat the cat food we put out for them, drink water and get out of the elements. A couple months ago we started having a flea issue. We tried several other brands of spray, along with diatomaceous earth, with short term results, to no impact at all. Vet’s best arrived earlier this week and the results have been instant!!!! The peppermint smell is almost overpowering. It’s too strong to be pleasant, but it’s in the garage and we can live with it out there. Since i started spraying, the fleas have all gone away!!!! This is really impressive.

5Expert Score
Great addition to the flea-fighting arsenal!

This is the perfect ‘in-between’ product to augment your current flea-fighting (chemical) arsenal/routine.
Got a small dog that likes to jump up/sleep on the bed?
Despite your best efforts your dog(s) are keeping you awake one late-night with their incessant scratching?
What (chemical) are you currently willing/able to apply on your dog/bed/room before turning-in for the night?
This product smells great (almost herbal/soothing), kills & repels fleas, ‘on contact’, which means that it is only effective when/during ‘wet’, which makes it the perfect ‘in-between’ (short-term) product to use for those times when you need instant relief without the long-term repellant/smell &toxicity that goes along with those (more effective) ‘chemicals’.
Works great (cats & dogs). Smells great. Very affordable. All good! Recommend!

5Expert Score
Perfect!

We had a flea infestation at home and we used everything! We had to spray the whole house and all things, remove rugs, bathe the animals with anti flea shampoo and we isolate them for 3 days to take care of the house. The spray kills all eggs and fleas in contact, it helps us after shower my pets, i spray it on them to kill any fleas remaining. The other medicine capstars we used, does not kill the eggs but eliminates the live fleas, together with this spray that kills the eggs, the both together was essential for this to work, because when we released the animals in the house some fleas still jumped on them but they died right away! We continue to apply 1 pill a day (6 days) and the spray to protect them from any leftovers in the house. The market is full of useless products, frontline, flea collar, natural lotion, nothing worked! Thank you for putting an efficient medicine on the market, my money will thank you

4Expert Score
This stuff works but do not repel fleas only kills on contact

This stuff is a life saver, the only down side is it do not repel fleas when the dogs go outside they come back with a bunch of fleas , i’ve tried so may and different yard sprays i feel like i’m running out of options. I must say every time they come in with fleas if i spray them with this it kills them, some will jump off the dogs on the floor and i have to keep looking for them and vacuum constantly. This truly been the summer of sam i’ve had dogs all my life and the fleas been so bad this year due to sever heat waive. But thank you jesus for this product or my house would be infested . I wish i didn’t have to let my dogs out they literally go out just to use the bathroom and they get overwhelmed with fleas . When you stray this make sure you cover the whole body and face ears the fleas run to where there is no spray and they usually run to the head nose or when i turn him they run to the stomach area. This tiff kills in contact only is not working for repelant , beggars can’t be choosers i’ll take anything at this point. I never wrote long reviews but this stuff works great i just with that it would repel fleas once the product dries off on the dog that’s it more fleas when they go out. I’ll keep buying it tho at least i know i can get the fleas off them without taking them a bunch of flea baths . Hope this helps .

4Expert Score
New dog mom… Think it working

I needed this after finding out my dog had fleas from the vet. We got the flea pill but he was still scratching which concerned me because he was scratching alot and i didn’t want fleas in my home. Until the flea pill kicked in i needed something to soothe my dog. I sprayed it on my hands first and rubbed it into him all over until it dried. I also sprayed the rugs and his bed. He’s not scratching as much. I can’t really say it’s all because of this product, but it gives me peace of mind that i have other things working to deter fleas and maintain my home and dog. The smell is nice. It can be a bit much but a little mist is all that’s needed. It hasn’t affected my dog so far.

Update: i read a review that it works on ants so while i sprayed my lawn i also sprayed the ants that worked really well.

4Expert Score
Works….eventually.

Scent is strong. It will affect different people much differently. I didn’t mind it but my wife succumbed to it with shortness of breath, dizziness and nausea. I used it lightly every other day or so in a medium sized camper that was flea infested. It took 3 weeks before no fleas were found.

4Expert Score
Okay

Kills fleas on contact, but if after the product dries, and the fleas jump on, they won’t die. Unless they are submerged in the liquid, it won’t do much. I poured some in a bowl, and in combination with a flea comb, i managed to kill some that were on my pet. I could also do this with soap water though. It’s like raid but for fleas (and dog safe)

4Expert Score
Best alternative for me

With proper expectations, i swear by this stuff. I originally bought when my neighbors feral cat harboring turned into a flea circus. I would literally be in bed and feel fleas all in the bed. Even worse my dog was miserable with allergies already. So combined with vacuuming 3-4 times a day, de spreading outside and this spray, issue resolved in under 2 weeks. The cats i managed to get picked up because i was not prepared to deal with it again and i used less than half the bottle to treat my 2 bedroom townhouse. Fast forward a few years, i still have this bottle and have used it to pretreat my new place (previous owner had dogs). Fun fact, it’s also a pretty decent bug spray. It’s not raid instant knockdown but it has handled ants, texas house spiders and oddly lizards. Again, proper expectations but i recommend for a quick turnaround and prevention for fleas.

4Expert Score
It works if used frequently. Dont buy the two pack

Dont buy the two pack (more below on that)

i have two dogs, one of which has terrible skin that cannot handle typical flea treatments. This stuff works and doesn’t irritate his skin like the strong shampoo or something like frontline does.

I also spray it around their bedding and the carpet just to be safe.

Dont buy the two pack. For some reason, the two pack is priced 4 times higher than a single bottle of this stuff. If bought individually, you can get two bottles for roughly $18. The two pack is 38 dollars! Wtf.

4Expert Score
Worked for me…

Worked well but after using be prepared to clear the room strong scent but worth it overall.. The plus side is after it dries doesn’t leave a scent behind. Would definitely recommend. I have 5 cats…

4Expert Score
Great

Great for dogs with sensitive skin

4Expert Score
Working so far!

I don’t see any more fleas, been using it every day for about 3 weeks…put me at ease. Don’t really need to spray a whole lot, bottle still at least a quarter full. Will reorder to have a backup.

4Expert Score
Well it smells good!

As this is supposed to.be an organic answer to fleas the votes still out for me..ive had to use other things such as shampoo,spraying outside and ivermectin .1 per 10# of dog weight per month orally. It is sorta soapy like thereby i think it has a decent adhere factor considering its a non petro or oil based product. The bigger problem is living in a good where peepl let their pets run wild and peepl dumping pets here. So with the high amount of outside my control factors im gonna say it be good for inside and i dunno for when yer pet goes outside.

Important information

Safety Information

Precautionary StatementsHazards To Humans and Domestic AnimalsHumans: Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after use. Prolonged or frequent repeated skin contact may cause allergic reactions in some individuals.Domestic Animals: Sensitivity may occur after use of any product for pets. It signs of sensitivity occur, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse with large amounts of water. If signs continue consult …

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Peppermint Oil…0.30%, Eugenol (from Clove plants)…0.70%, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (plant-derived)…2.70%, Inert Ingredients* …96.30%, *Water, Sodium Benzoate (preservative widely used in foods).

Directions

Directions: READ ENTIRE LABEL BEFORE EACH USE AND USE ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH LABEL INSTRUCTIONS. For Pet Bedding, Pillows, Blankets, Upholstery, Carpet, Rugs and Outdoor Surfaces: This product is designed to be non-staining when used as directed; however, always apply a small amount to an inconspicuous area to test for colorfastness. Shake well. Spray the surface uniformly with a light mist until moist. Avoid soaking. A fine mist is all that is necessary to be effective. Allow product to dry completely before allowing pets to reenter area. Not recommended for use on fine furniture. Can be used around dogs and cats 12 weeks or older. For Dogs 12 Weeks or Older: Lightly spray dog’s entire coat until damp, but not dripping. Do not spray in the face, eyes or genitals. Cover the entire coat including the legs, tail and stomach. Massage into the coat until the product reaches the skin. Let coat dry completely before allowing pets to groom themselves or each other. Repeat if needed allowing 2-4 hours between applications. applications, not exceeding twice in 24 hours. Can be used indoors or outdoors. In order to help reduce the occurrence of fleas and ticks, this product is best used year round and when combined with other Vet’s Best products for pet, home and yard

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This product is warranted against any and all manufacturer defects. For any questions, please utilize the contact information found on the product packaging

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