Feelgood Health

Vondi's Khakibos Spray helps to repel fleas & ticks naturally

Feelgood Pets

R 90.00 

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  • Helps to repel ticks & fleas naturally
  • Gentle on the skin
  • Safe for dogs & cats (although cats usually prefer the Vondi's Tick & Flea Powder!)
  • Will not cause problems if your pet licks the spray off their fur
  • Use directly on your pet and in kennels, on blankets & carpets

Natural flea & tick repellent 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 they can be effective, conventional chemical flea and tick products also carry a heavy chemical load and many people prefer to use natural flea and tick products to control these pests on their animals and in their home. 

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 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!

We love Vondi's Khakibos Flea & Tick spray because it is safe and natural. It can be sprayed directly onto your dog or cat and their blankets and is very gentle on their skin. It may also be used as a rinse for your pet's laundry.

This Khakibos spray solution for fleas and ticks is ideal for dogs and can also be used safely for cats. However, some kitties do not like being sprayed - if your feline is one of them, rather use Vondi's Flea Repellant Powder for fussy feline's!

    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.