Let me show you.
Here's what you need:
- 2 - 3 lemons
- spray bottle
The first thing your going to want to do is slice the lemons fairly thin.
Next, bring 2 cups of water to a boil.
When your water starts to boil, add your lemons, then remove from heat.
Now you wait. Let your lemon concoction steep overnight.
In the morning use your sieve to drain any seeds or other floaties out of your liquid, and remove the lemons. The final step is adding your lemon juice to a spray bottle. A funnel will help you do the job!
|Mika getting lemony fresh with our all natural lemon flea repellent|
Now your ready to spray!
Take your dog outside, and remember to be careful around their eyes, nose and mouth area, as lemon juice will sting the eyes, and probably not taste very good!
After I was done spraying the huskies, I used a comb, to make sure the mixture got right through both layers of their coat.
Reapply once a week.
|All done and sprayed!|
I really hope this lemon repellent works. It is super cheap, and not hard to apply. Plus now I have dogs who are definitely lemony fresh! The biggest bonus being, this is 100% ALL NATURAL!
Which bring us to today's letter in the #atozChallenge.
N is for Natural! The best way to keep pets healthy
That's it for today guys, thanks so much for coming by, and don't forget to enter our recent giveaway!
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|Today is our Thoughtless Thursday Blog Hop.|
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Co hosted by Barking From The Bayou and me from Love is being owned by a husky!
Your turn! The Sibe Tribe would love to know:
What do you use for a flea repellent on your pets?