Natural Flea Spray

A Pet Flea Medication Without Chemicals!

Are you searching for a natural flea spray that works?

Finding a pet flea medication that is not made with harmful chemicals can be a challenge.

We have searched and field tested many non-toxic flea spray products to eliminate these nasty creatures.

Good news…we have found solutions and you can make them yourself.

If you ever had fleas on your dog or cat then you know they can be a big problem, and not just for the pet!

They can flourish in your home, bite you and be really difficult to get rid of.

We find the best way to control fleas is by prevention.

Because…once you have fleas if left untreated the infestation can become a huge problem. Using a homemade flea spray will help.

Gruesome fact…fleas can and do transmit disease.

Tapeworms and several serious diseases can happen. Plus, some animals develop flea allergies and can experience significant skin problems.

Why Not To Use Flea Spray With Toxic Chemicals

  • Toxic chemicals do kill and prevent fleas but they continuously expose your pet and you to some highly toxic chemicals…yes…they are carcinogenic!
  • These highly toxic flea spray products are waterproof. Although this is convenient, once you apply this product all the unhealthy chemicals will stay on your pet for a long time, even if you bathe your companion!

Here's a direct quote from the package insert of one popular topical pet flea medications…

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"Avoid contact with skin. Call poison control center if swallowed. If on skin, wash with plenty of soap and water."

We find that interesting… warnings like this are actually meant to apply to humans who come into contact with the product.

So… if it is dangerous to us it is then dangerous to our pet. Our belief is that contact with canine or feline skin should also be avoided.

Enough said…here are 2 recipes that are easy to make and work! We encourage you to try them.

Recipe #1 Lemon natural flea spray

  • 4 organic lemons
  • 2 tablespoons of sea salt
  • 6 cups of water
  • Mesh strainer
  • Spray bottle
  • Organic pet shampoo


  1. Cut lemons and put them in a large pot
  2. Cover with water and add the salt
  3. Bring mixture to a boil
  4. Boil for 2-3 minutes
  5. Turn off heat and let it sit for 24 hours
  6. When your lemon water is done strain in mesh strainer
  7. Put in spray bottle

When this is completed…

  • Bathe your pet with an organic shampoo
  • Dry and remove any fleas with a flea comb

recipe #2 natural flea spray using essential oils

  • 8 oz spray bottle filled with water
  • 10 drops of Lavender essential oil
  • 5 drops of cedar wood essential oil
  • 5 drops of eucalyptus oil
  • 5 drops of essential tea tree oil
  • 5 drops of citronella essential oil


  1. Combine all ingredients into the spray bottle
  2. Shake really well before using
  3. Store in darkness as light destroys the essential oils

When this is completed…

  • Bathe your pet with an organic shampoo
  • Dry and remove any fleas with a flea comb

Instructions For Using Both All Natural Fleas Spray

  1. After you bathe, dry and remove dead fleas with a comb
  2. Spray your pet to kill and prevent fleas. Make sure you spray in the armpits and other hidden areas
  3. Spray 2-3 times per day
  4. Do not spray the face spray on your hands instead and rub in fur
  5. Spray bedding and other areas of your home
  6. Sprinkle dichotomous earth or Borax on floors and carpets and then vacuum 2 times per day
  7. Burn vacuum bag with each use
  8. Seek medical help if your pet is severely infested with fleas
  9. Avoid getting flea spray in your pet’s eyes
  10. Do not use orange oil flea spray on cats

Fortunately, after a lot of searching and trying out different products, we finally found natural flea spray which is free of nasty chemicals but keeps fleas away from our animals here at

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