By Dr. Mercola
A topical repellent with natural oils to protect your pets from Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes and Flies.
This spray is a flea and tick repellent formulated by nature with natural oils. This product contains no drugs and has no known toxic effects from licking the skin. Vetri Repel Spray is safe for use on beddings and could be applied to collars that are ablet to soak up the oils.
Active Ingredients 6.5%
Lemongrass Oil 4%
Cinnamon Oil 1%
Sesame Oil 1%
Castor Oil 0.5%
Inert Ingredients 93.5%
Punfied Water 93.3%
Vitamin E 0.1%
Directions for use: Shake well before each use. Please read all directions carefully before application. Spray generously on pet, including legs and stomach. Work into the coat. Depending on your pet,spray may require additional rubbing to get product through their entire coat. Avoid contact with mucus membranes by covering your animal's nose, mouth, and eyes when applying near your animal's head. To apply product to your pet's head, spray solution onto a paper towel and wipe your pet's neck, ears, and face, carefully avoiding eyes and nose. Reapply every 2-3 days or as needed before your animal goes outside. Reapply whenever animal gets thoroughly wet. Safe for daily use if desired. Avoid soaking your animal with the spray. Safe for use on puppies and kittens. Keep cap on bottle when not in use. This spray can also be used on pet's bedding and grooming tool. This formula is designed to be non-staining, but we recommend testing it on fabric or other surfaces before use.
FIRST AID: If product gets into a human's or pet's eyes, hold eye open and gently flush with water for several minutes. If repellent gets into a human's eye that is wearing contacts, remove the contact after the first 5 minutes of flushing, then continue to rinse.
CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children and animals, Not for Aquatic Use. Avoid inhalation and contact with eyes, nose, and mouth. Sensitivities can occur after using any flea or tick prevention program. If your pet shows signs of irritation, rinse them thoroughly, bathe your pet with mild soap and rinse again. If signs continue, consult a veterinarian immediately.