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 »

Although it is most often used to kill roaches, borax can kill fleas effectively. Borax comes in different forms, but powdered borax is easy to spread over carpet and in tight spaces where fleas sometimes hide. More »

Although dog fleas prefer to live on furry animals, they do bite humans if given the chance. Like most fleas, they are opportunistic feeders and feed on human blood as well as that of other mammals. More »

To get rid of fleas in your yard, you can use some simple treatments, including water, pesticides and cedar chips. Fleas are small insects that can cause illnesses, especially if a family has pets. More »