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Why You Need To Protect Your Pup From Fleas Naturally

Your dog and cat is your best friend and they have a beautiful coat that you want to protect. Unfortunately, they have been infected with fleas. Getting rid of these parasites is an important way of improving their health. But you need to do it all-naturally! And here is why.

 

Natural flea control for dogs and cats

Chemical Treatments Are Harsh

When you treat your pup with chemical flea medicines, you are exposing them to harsh and potentially dangerous items. While these treatment methods are approved and tested to be safe, some dogs will react to them in negative ways. This can include losing hair (allergic reaction), burning sensations on the skin, and even irritability caused by inhaling the fumes of the treatment.

The Many Benefits Of Natural Treatment

When you treat the fleas on your dog or cat naturally, you are doing them a major favor. All-natural flea treatments:

  • Protect your buddy from harsh chemicals
  • Avoid allergic reactions that can cause hair loss
  • Eliminate fleas and flea eggs quickly and efficiently
  • Create a beautiful coat with all-natural ingredients

While there are many benefits to all-natural treatments, it is important to choose one that works best for your needs. Thankfully, there are many different ways you can apply these treatments.

Available Products

We have a wide variety of all-natural flea protection items that will keep your best friend safe from the dangerous bites and diseases of fleas. Our products include:

  • BioPel Spray - Easy to spray directly on your pup's fleas
  • BioPel Shampoo and Conditioner - Perfect for those fun outdoor baths
  • BioPel Supplements - Naturally promotes a stronger immune system to fight off diseases carried by fleas

What are you waiting for? Contact us today to make an order for our high-quality all-natural flea-control products. Your canine bestie will thank you for it with a lot of snuggles.

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2 Responses

Shannon Aaron
Shannon Aaron

April 06, 2017

I had seen one of your post about the CBD drops. My dog is epileptic and takes phenobarbital and keppra. I have read several articles on these drops and just curious if you have had good results on it.

Shannon Aaron
Shannon Aaron

April 06, 2017

I had seen one of your post about the CBD drops. My dog is epileptic and takes phenobarbital and keppra. I have read several articles on these drops and just curious if you have had good results on it.

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