FOR BEST RESULTS. Rub your pet's coat in the opposite direction of growth, spray, and rub in. Spray the body, legs, tail, belly and armpits. Spritz into your hands to rub onto your pet's ears and face. Avoid spraying in mouth, nose and eyes. Do not soak your pet. Full coverage will ensure best results. Spray kills by contact when wet, repels when dry.
FOR DOGS. Apply this natural flea and tick killer for dogs every 2-3 days for pest prevention and each time before visiting untreated areas. Repeat as needed to kill and repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Pest pressure differs by geography, so you might find you use it more or less frequently. Safe for everyday use. Peppermint oil has been known to affect milk production in nursing mothers.
FOR CATS. Apply this natural flea and tick killer for cats every 2-3 days for pest prevention and each time before visiting untreated areas. Repeat as needed to kill and repel fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. Since cats are more sensitive by nature, we recommend a test spray an hour before a full treatment and suggest using the 4 oz. size for a finer mist. If your cat is fearful of spray bottles, spray into your hands and massage on to your cat. Peppermint oil has been known to affect milk production in nursing mothers.
FOR HOMES. Spray on carpet, hard floors, furniture, fabrics and pet bedding. Make sure you contact all surfaces to eliminate any existing problems.
ALSO FOR PEOPLE. Our formulation uses natural, safe, human food-grade essential oils as the active ingredients, so you can confidently use on yourself as well as your pets. Apply on your clothes or directly on skin before visiting untreated areas to kill and repel non-beneficial insects. Peppermint oil has been known to affect milk production in nursing mothers.
PRODUCT COVERAGE. When using as a flea treatment and killer for house and furniture, a 32 oz. bottle will treat 400 square feet, while a gallon will treat up to 1,500 square feet. When using this flea and tick spray as a natural remedy for dogs and cats, a 16 oz. bottle will typically last up to three months for a one-pet family with a moderate activity level and climate.