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The question says it all. Well, I know there are many special products such as anti-flea collars, shampoos, sprays, etc. I just thought that dog owners that faced this problem may have their own tips and suggestions? Some means different from those commercial products maybe? It's just that I don't want to use any chemicals on my dog, even though they say it is safe etc etc etc.

Any help's appreciated.

Andrew
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Hey Anon, I wish I could help you but I am not a dog owner and haven't had much experience with them. But this is an interesting question you posted.
I wouldn't know what to say: my dog has an anti-flea collar and it seems to be working. Consider that my dog has got a big garden and there are billions of fleas!
What we do is add 1 teaspo on of white vinegarto 1 cup of water. This is the drinking water for your pet. The Vinegar deters the fleas as they don't like the taste. But you need to break the flea cycle by getting rid of the eggs and the fleas.
well, besides commercial products, you can also keep your dog far away from the woods, and clean your house very often and keep your dog's paws dry. Maybe these help, but the dog may be unhappy since dogs like to run in the woodsEmotion: stick out tongue
Haanswors What we do is add 1 teaspo on of white vinegarto 1 cup of water. This is the drinking water for your pet. The Vinegar deters the fleas as they don't like the taste. But you need to break the flea cycle by getting rid of the eggs and the fleas.
Hi Hanswors, can this tactic be used on cats as well?