How To Prevent Fleas On Dogs? How To Make Flea Collar And “Fleas Moving Away” Bag? (254)

Fleas on the dog: Fleas are the most common parasites. They are very small, jumping insects who feed by sucking blood. They usually attack cats and dogs. If you want to protect your pet from fleas, here are some flea treatment remedies to prevent your dogs from flea bites.  Read and learn more about How to prevent fleas on dogs.

Popular dog medications, such as flea and tick preventatives, are full of strange chemicals that could have potentially harmful side effects Like human medications. They are usually tested on animals instead of human.  What will be in inhuman, nobody knows – cruel method of research. But, I will show you how to prevent fleas on your dog.

Prevent Fleas On Dogs

Flea collar:

You can make a flea collar which will protect your dog from getting fleas. For this collar, you will need these ingredients:

* 3/5 drops of cedar oil or lavender oil

* 1-3 tablespoons of water

* Bandana or your dog’s collar

* An eyedropper (optional)

If you don’t have Ceder Oil, you can buy it from here: Cedarwood Oil: Large Size-4 ounce, the Best Essential Oil. Or, if you want to buy Lavender Oil, find here: Majestic Pure Lavender Oil: Essential Oil for Therapeutic Grade, Size – 4 fl. Oz. To Find these products, visit

Instruction for Preparation:

How To Prevent Fleas On Dogs? How To Make Flea Collar And “Fleas Moving Away” Bag? (254)
Prevent Fleas On Dogs

Dilute 2-3 drops of your chosen oil in 1-3 tablespoons of water. Next, pick out a bandana to be the flea collar. You can take any color or design, it will look beautiful on your dog and it won’t be much near to its neck.  A Bandana is preferable because you can take it on and off and your dog’s collar won’t smell. It’s always fun to get creative with patterns and colors here.

If you go up to ½ teaspoon you can use up to 5 drops of the liquid. Using an eyedropper or other similar means, apply 5-10 drops of the mixture to the bandana and rub the sides of the fabric together, and then tie it about your dog’s neck in a snazzy way. Reapply oil mixture to the collar once a week. In conjunction with this, 1 or 2 drops of oil diluted with at least 1 tablespoon of olive oil can be placed at the base of your dog’s tail. Flea doesn’t like lavender, so they won’t attach on your dog.

“Fleas moving away” bag: 

This little bag contains things that smell pleasant to us, but that drive pests away from your pet.

You’ll need these ingredients:

* Two 6 inch squares of cloth

* A rough handful of cedar chips

* 1-2 teaspoons of dried lavender buds

* The peel of 1 lemon

Instruction for Preparation:

Follow the instructions on how to make a sachet here if you need more detail.

Cut 2, 6-inch squares of fabric and place them together inside out. Sew all but 1 side and turn inside out. Fill with a rough handful of fragrant cedar chips, 1-2 teaspoons of lavender, and 1 lemon peel. Leave enough room at the top, so you can tie it off with a ribbon or sew it shut (tying allows you to reuse it when the contents lose their potency.) Place under your pet’s bed/bedding or near it to ward off fleas. Change the mixture every month or so.


No accuracy warranty of any information provided here. This is not medical advice anyway, can be used for information purpose only. Always ask your doctor for medical treatment while necessary.

Sources of Information:

01. Health Care Websites

02. Google images – unrestricted

03. Health and Fitness Magazine

04. General Physicians Suggestion and Recommendation

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