If your furry friend has fleas then you have to know that the creatures started inhabiting your house the moment thew walked in. You can use chemicals, but we both now that this method imposes risks to you, your family and pet(s), that is why we decided to give you 8 natural alternatives.
1. Bathe your pets
If you want to keep fleas away, then make sure to bathe your pets every once in a while using natural pet flea shampoo for scrubbing purposes before you dry them. This way you will make sure that most of the fleas and their eggs are terminated.
2. Apple Cider Vinegar
Start by mixing apple cider vinegar equally with water, then put the obtained mix in a spray bottle and start spraying every bit of your house to get rid of fleas.
3. Dishwashing Liquid
Grab a shallow bowl and mix in it warm water and dishwashing liquid, then place a lamp right next to the bowl to attract the fleas to the shiny solution you have. This trap will draw in fleas and kill them.
4. Neem Oil
Get yourself some neem oil and mix it with warm water and a few drops of liquid dish soap, then pour the solution in a spray bottle and start spraying it all over the house.
If you came across fleas in your garden or anywhere outside of your house, then flood the area to terminate them. Spray every bit of your garden and outdoor property until you start getting a flood to kill the fleas.
Mix some water with crushed cloves and allow it to sit for eight hours straight, then add a teaspoon of natural liquid dish soap to the solution, then pour it in a spray bottle and start spraying it on your plants to terminate the fleas.
7. Diatomaceous Earth
This magical thing is safe to use because it does not harm human beings and animals. This diatomaceous can actually dehydrate and kill fleas, you just have to sprinkle it around the house and the garden and it will do its job perfectly.
8. Deep Clean Your Home
If you want to get rid of fleas, make sure to clean your house deeply without missing a single spot. Vacuum every area of the house and wash everything that is washable. Keep in mind that fleas love living on objects like stuffed animals, that is why you have to wash them and everything else that has fabric on a very hot dryer cycle.