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    Default Re: Question about allergies and reactions

    We steep 6 lemons for about 2 hours, strain it in to a bottle and add lavender oil to it to spray on the girls. It has worked well for us over the years. They smell nice to boot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    We use Revolution for Fleas, ticks, Mange and Heartworm prevention, but I saw this article a couple of years ago for natural Rick repellent.

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    Easy, Natural Tick Repellent That Really Works - Primally Inspired

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    1. Combine 1 cup water, cup apple cider vinegar, and 6 to 10 drops of geranium or lavender essential oil in a spray bottle. This tick repellent can be sprayed on clothing, your pet's fur, your skin, and your lawn.[COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.541176)]Apr 16, 2012[/COLOR]

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    Tried this apple cider combo, we were in the woods for about an hour. Nothing, not one. My husband brought one in, but not the dog. (we forgot to spray the husband)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    We steep 6 lemons for about 2 hours, strain it in to a bottle and add lavender oil to it to spray on the girls. It has worked well for us over the years. They smell nice to boot.
    We Will have to try that one too. The vinegar works, but is kinda smelly. Thank you.
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