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All natural flea and tick dog products


Pet wellness company, Pet Wellness Direct, has launched natural flea and tick shampoo and spray for dogs. The products are sold under the brand, VetSmart Formulas. 

The two product offerings include PROTECT Dog Shampoo and PROTECT Home + Dog Spray. The formulas are able to eliminate insects, including ticks and fleas, on contact and to create a barrier on the dog’s coat. 

“So many over-the-counter flea treatments contain pesticides and toxic chemicals that can be harmful to your dog (and to you) – especially during flea season, when pet owners are often compelled to give repeated treatments to eliminate stubborn infestations,” said Russ Kamalski, co-chief executive officer at Pet Wellness Direct. “But the more often you expose your dog to potentially dangerous chemicals, the greater risk to its wellbeing. We wanted to give dog owners a veterinary-strength non-toxic alternative that they could use regularly all year round to kill and repel fleas and other insects without posing any sort of threat to their pet's health.”

The duo of products is made from ingredients that are plant-based such as aloe, coconut oil, cedar oil, lemongrass oil, and rosemary oil. The products also do not have harsh detergents.

"Not only is our proprietary formula effective at killing and repelling fleas and ticks, it also soothes and conditions your pet's skin and fur, leaving its coat soft and shiny," said Kamalski. "And pet owners will love the fresh scent on their pets and throughout their entire home."

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