Go Flea! Spray for Dogs (200ml) | Devoted By Nature
Say hello to your new best friend! The Go Flea! Spray For Dogs is a natural and eco-friendly flea control spray that keeps your dog and their bedding free of fleas!
- 100% chemical-free and vegan-friendly ingredients to control flea infestations on dogs and their surroundings
- Contains natural bug repelling ingredients which means that this spray is both eco-friendly and safe to use on your dog
- May also be used on blankets and carpets to keep the home flea-free and bug-free
- NO harsh fillers, additives or preservatives
Did you know? The common method to get rid of fleas and ticks is to buy synthetic topical flea and tick treatments. While these products do successfully control the flea and tick problem, they also contain harmful chemicals which may not be best for your pet's, or your family's health!
Aqua, Vegetable Glycerine, Sweet Almond Oil, Essential Oils of Rose Geranium, Lavender, Citronella, Eucalyptus, Peppermint and Khakibos. Ecocert approved natural preservative
How to use
After shaking the bottle well, spray all over your dog (avoid the face, eyes and mouth) and massage into the skin and fur. Concentrate on the following areas: belly, back, legs, back of the neck, chest area, base of the tail and outside ears. Reapply when the scent disappears.
Tip: For best protection spray onto pet bedding too and shampoo with Go-Flea Shampoo.
Note: NOT suitable for cats. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dark place. The bottle is recyclable - please recycle after the product is finished.
Why we love Devoted By Nature
We love that Devoted By Nature uses only the finest natural ingredients and stays true to their name, 'devoted to nature'. You won't find any harmful chemicals, nor additives in their products - nor anything which may harm or irritate your pet's skin or system. We adore their products, and their commitment to animals and the planet.
This product has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist.