Put a teaspoon of vinegar in your pet's water bowl to help prevent fleas. Some pets do not like the taste, so you may need to adjust the quantity of vinegar. You can use all-purpose vinegar or apple cider vinegar. If you have adjusted the amount and the pet still will not drink, then you can buy vinegar in capsule form. Fleas will be repelled by the smell radiating from your pet's skin. The remedy also acts as a natural deodorizer and boosts an animal's immune system.
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So, I have been trying Dr. Andrew Weil's Rosemary treatment to keep fleas away from the pets. All you do is boil water and steep about this much rosemary in it, just like tea. Wait until the water gets to room temp, then use it as a rinse for your pet. I have had pretty good luck with this so far, helps keep fleas away and soothes their skin - and it leaves their coat shiny and soft, too...huh, worth a try.