Richard’s Organics Flea & Tick Spray is a naturally gentle & safe way to kill pesky & dangerous fleas and ticks, while also repelling mosquitos. A natural treatment that is sulfate and paraben free as well as pyrethrin and permethrin free benefits the dog without exposing you or your him to harsh chemicals. Safe to use around children and dogs. Not safe for cats due to essential oil content. Keeps your family itch and worry free.
- Naturally kills fleas & ticks and repels pesky mosquitos.
- Safe for use on dogs 12 weeks and older.
- Not safe to use on cats.
- 100% naturally derived with no artificial colors or fragrances.
- Made with pure essential oils with no sulfates or parabens added.
- Droppings or “flea dirt” in a dog’s coat
- Flea eggs on dog or in dog’s environment
- Allergic dermatitis
- Excessive scratching, licking or biting at skin
- Hair loss
- Scabs and hot spots
- Tape worms
- Pale gums
INGREDIENTS Peppermint Oil, Eugenol, Clove Oil, Cedar Oil, Cinnamon Oil, Rosemary Oil, Inert Ingredients. with Natural Ingredients and Pure Essential Oils.
- Cinnamon oil: Environmentally-friendly and nice-smelling insecticide & pesticide, also known to effectively kill mosquito larvae. Cinnamon oil has been shown to have anti-microbial & anti-inflammatory properties and may be useful to treat infections and other skin problems.
- Clove Oil: This natural insecticide is also known to provide anti-microbial & anti-fungal properties. When applied topically, it may alleviate pain and inflammation.
- Cedarwood Oil: Helps to treat seborrhea as well as bacterial and fungal infections. Also used as an astringent and insect repellant. Relieves itching and provides relief for pets irritated skin.
- Peppermint Oil: Peppermint Oil carries a high concentration of natural pesticides as well as a high menthol content and limonene. Peppermint is also popular in tea, chewing gums, and can be found in shampoos, soaps and skin care products for its “tingling” and “cooling” effects. It has been used to treat muscle and nerve pain and may be beneficial in helping memory and alertness.
- Rosemary Oil: This natural medicinal herb is used topically for a variety of purposes; as an insect repellant, to prevent and treat baldness, help with circulation problems, and may also aid in treating eczema. Rosemary oil may also help with muscle and joint pain.
DIRECTIONS Beginning at the tail and working toward the head, spray pet’s coat thoroughly to insure penetration through to skin. Attention should be paid to legs and feet and area under the tail. Coat & skin should be damp. Towel dry if desired, but do not rinse. Avoid contact with eyes, nose & mouth. Safe for frequent use. Reapply after bathing. Safe and effective & doctor recommended.
PRECAUTIONS Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes.
STORAGE Store in the original container in a dry, cool place, and away from sunlight, at a temperature below 86°F or 30°C.
SIZE 12 fl oz / 354 ml
FLEAS + TICKS
Dogs & other warm-blooded animals are especially prone to catching fleas in warm-weathered climates or during the summer months when air temperatures and humidity levels are high. Dogs can catch fleas from other furry friends, or from the environment. Fleas use their strong back legs to jump on the “host” (your dog) and then bite the animal. These bites can cause itching, hair-loss & hot-spots from itching, inflamed lesions and even skin infections. You may also notice small dirt-like particles on your pet – which is flea feces and digested blood.
The female fleas can live up to a few weeks on your pet, and may lay between 20-30 eggs a day during that time. Some eggs will hatch into larvae on your pet, while the others fall off, into your home environment – where they feed off skin scales and other organic matter. Pet parents must treat both the dog as well as the inside & outside home environments. We recommend using Richard’s Organics® Flea & Tick Shampoo & Spray in conjunction with our Richard’s Organics Premise Treatment for Fleas – made with 100% natural Boric Acid.
Ticks are parasitic anthropods that attach themselves and feed off warm hosts, such as your dog. Ticks are usually found in the wooded areas, in long grass, and plants. Dogs that spend a lot of time outdoors are prone to encountering a tick at any given time. When your dog does, the tick can attach and lock its mouth into a crevice or fold and begin to feed on blood – sometimes even feeding for days. Besides being gross, ticks cause major concern for animals and people alike because of a high-risk for transmitting diseases such as Lyme, Ehrlichiosis, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, or Babesiosis. A tick bite can also cause anemia, joint-swelling, fever, and paralysis. If your pet displays any signs of illness, and you suspect he/she was bitten by a tick, consult your veterinarian immediately. Always check your pet for ticks if they’ve been running around outside, especially in wooded areas.