Vinegar kills fleas. Distilled white vinegar as well as apple cider vinegar are demonstrated effective at killing fleas on dogs and cats. One method is to add vinegar to a pet's drinking water. More »

Apple cider vinegar is a popular ingredient for both its nutritious and culinary value. It has been used in folk medicine for digestive issues, wart removal, flu and cold remedies and much more. More »

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The apple cider vinegar diet involves adding apple cider vinegar to an otherwise healthy diet and is based on the premise that apple cider vinegar speeds up the body's ability to retrieve nutrients from and break down fa... More »

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Use vinegar to kill fleas by placing the flea-affected animal into a bathtub with warm water and adding 2 cups of vinegar to the bath. Use soap to create a lather on the animal's skin, and use the vinegar water to rinse ... More »

Remove fleas from the home by treating pets with a flea preventative, vacuuming rugs, washing bedding and applying an appropriate insecticide. If the insecticide does not kill fleas as eggs, they hatch again in about two... More »

Although fleas occasionally bite humans, they cannot live on people. Cat and dog fleas, the fleas most often found in homes, live primarily on dogs and cats. More »

Using a flea comb, bathing the pet regularly and keeping the pet's skin healthy are some of the natural ways to get rid of fleas. Regular washing of the pet's bedding helps to ensure fleas do not hide there. Supplements,... More »

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