Vondi's Tick and Flea pet shampoo keeps cats & dogs flea-free!
- All natural shampoo without harmful chemicals
- Helps to keep ticks & fleas away naturally
- Gentle on the skin
- Safe for all pets (cats too if you bath them!)
- May also be used to wash your pet's blankets to keep fleas away
Natural flea & tick shampoo for pets
Fleas are a real nuisance, making everyone's life miserable - and some animals have an allergy to flea bites which causes an itchy skin rash and bald patches. Ticks can carry all kinds of tick born diseases. It makes sense to have a good flea & tick control program in place to protect your pets and your family from these pests!
Although we humans like to bath or shower every day, it is not a good idea to bath your dog or cat often as it strips the natural oils from their skins and this can cause imbalances and problem skin. However, now and again Fido gets stinky or rolls in something offensive and then a bath is unavoidable! Some cats like Devon Rexes have very little fur to keep their skin clean and need a bit of a wash from time to time.
Many pet owners are reluctant to use chemical pet flea shampoos on their dogs & cats for the same reasons that they prefer to use natural products on themselves. Never fear - Vondi's to the rescue with Vondi's Khakibos Natural Pet Flea Shampoo!
Khakibos has always proven to be a great flea and tick repellent. In fact, if you ask farmers and even your grandparents, you will hear stories about how they would cover their carpets and curtains with natural tick repellents like Khakibos, in order to repel fleas and ticks. You can even use Khakibos to keep insects at bay in your organic herb & veggie garden!
This Khakibos shampoo can be safely used on dogs and on cats (if you dare!) and can also be used to wash your pet's blanket and laundry as part of a natural flea control program.
Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist.