Essential oils can often come to the rescue when it comes to . The two kinds of insects are repelled by different oils, so if your dog needs protection against both, use one of the following blends in the morning and the other in the afternoon to avoid over application. Application frequency depends on how healthy your dog is. Extremely healthy dogs eating a natural raw diet may only need an application once a week.
Herbal Health Care: Non Toxic Natural Cat and Dog Repellents
Repel your favorite (or least favorite pet) with I Must Garden Dog & Cat Repellent. Our blend of botanical and other oils safely and effectively lets pets know that certain areas are off limits. Made with All Natural ingredients and blended with botanical oils, we offer a solution that is safe for people, pets and the environment. Sprinkle granules generously near plants and surrounding areas. Long standing bad habits are harder to break so, initial applications may need to be more frequent and heavier. Once habits are broken, reapply as needed to maintain avoidance, usually every 1-3 weeks.
May 22, 2013 - Non Toxic Natural Cat and Dog Repellents
The smell of lemon or orange is pleasant for most humans, but distasteful to dogs. Citrus is a mild natural dog repellent, and you will need to reapply frequently. You can cut up citrus fruit and place around the garden wherever you want to prevent digging, urinating, or damage to plants. Inside the house, use a mild lemon spray to keep Fido from visiting rooms where you would prefer he stay out.
All-Natural Commercial Dog Repellent Products
Dogs can often be curious and create a mess when they investigate your trash cans. Some like to chew on shoes or important items in your home. Getting rid of your beloved pet is not an option. Instead, use a repellent to keep the dog from the areas on your property where you don't want it to go. You can make your own natural repellent that is unpleasant to dogs, but won't harm them in any way.Cayenne pepper is one of the most common and effective natural dog repellents. Pet-Net states that the capsicum found in cayenne irritates dogs' skin, eyes, throat and paws, and they will avoid treated areas. You can sprinkle cayenne pepper directly into your garden or around the perimeter of the lawn as a deterrent. In the house, apply cayenne sprays to carpets or furniture. Only a small amount is necessary, as the sensitive canine nose will easily detect the strong smell.