Flea, Tick and Mite Control Cedar Oil Spray for Dogs and Cats. Dr. Ben's Paws & Claws - 16 oz.

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Flea, Tick and Mite Control Cedar Oil Spray for Dogs and Cats. Dr. Ben's Paws & Claws - 16 oz.
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16 oz. Paws and Claws flea, tick and mite spray.
A Dr. Ben's cedar oil formula.

  • An all natural cedar oil bio-influenced insect spray for dogs and cats.
  • Neutralizes and repels fleas, ticks, mites, mange, lice, mange mites, ear mites and other flying or biting insects on contact.
  • Soothes irritated skin and provides symptomatic relief from effects of flea dermatitis, dry flaky skin, hot spots, mange, burrowing mange mites, ear mites and other parasitic related ailments.
  • Antimicrobial properties of cedar oil will hasten the natural healing process for yeast and bacterial infections of the ear canal.
  • Skin rejuvenatory qualities of cedar oil assist your pet's natural healing process for skin damage associated with insects and helps promote hair re-growth.

This all natural cedar oil formula is a bio-influenced topical insect control and skin rejuvenatory solution that helps keep dogs and cats both insect and toxin free. It does not enter your pet's system in order to be effective. Spray this formula on animal skin/coat to neutralize and repel fleas, ticks, mites, mange, lice, mange mites, ear mites and other flying or biting insects on contact. Soothes irritated skin and provides symptomatic relief from effects of flea dermatitis, dry flaky skin, hot spots, mange, burrowing mange mites, ear mites and other parasitic related ailments. Antimicrobial properties of cedar oil will hasten the natural healing process for yeast and bacterial infections of the ear canal. Skin rejuvenatory qualities of cedar oil assist your pet's natural healing process for skin damage associated with insects. Helps promote hair re-growth.

Phenols and Dr. Ben's Paws and Claws.
This product is Phenol free... Phenols,(also known as carbolic acid), are aromatic organic compounds that naturally occur in cedar wood and cedar wood oils. Cats particularly can be sensitive to Phenols. The manufacturer states that Phenols have been removed from all cedar oil that is used in the formulation of Paws and Claws.

Dr. Ben's Notifications:
  • Ready-to-Use Formula - do not dilute.
  • Do Not apply mist near any open flame. Extinguish all pilot lights near treatment areas.
  • Not intended for internal consumption or for use with plant life. Keep out of reach of children.
  • Safe to apply directly on skin. If you are sensitive to wood oil allergies cedar oil may cause minor irritation. If this occurs, wash with mild soap and water, rinse, and discontinue use. For application to the face, spray onto palms of hands then message onto areas of face as desired while avoiding eyes. If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water until any resulting irritation is once again comfortable.
  • Do Not Use on or spray around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, pet ferrets, pet guinea pigs or exotic pet birds.
Minimum risk pesticide. EPA registration exempt product under FIFRA section 25(b).
Active Ingredient: CEDAR OIL - 10%, 40 CFR 152.25 CAS # 68990-83-0
Inert Ingredient: HYDRATED SILICA - 90%, 4 A 40 CFR 180.950 CAS # 7699-41-4

Directions for Use - 16 oz. Paws and Claws Spray.
A Dr. Ben's cedar oil formula.

How to treat your pet directly with cedar oil for periodic flea, tick and mite control:
Spray a liberal amount directly on your pet including paws, legs, pits, groin, belly, neck, back, tail and rectum area. Always avoid contact of the solution with your pets eyes. For facial application to pets, spray product on hands and rub onto areas of the face that you wish to protect. Many pet owners apply a quick spray treatment before taking pets out for a walk or when pets are returning to the home environment after being out anywhere. Can also be applied to pet bedding areas or to any type of pet housing. Use as often as necessary. No chemicals here. Cedar oil is the only active ingredient.

Do not use cedar oil on or around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, pet ferrets, pet guinea pigs, or exotic pet birds

1st time use of Paws and Claws.
A procedure for 1st use that is especially useful when caring for cats but is good idea for dogs too. Since pet owners have reported a rare phenomenon that seems to suggest some pets have a particular sensitivity to cedar oil. As a precaution we have prepared the following suggestions for first use of Paws and Claws. The idea is to gradually treat your pet(s) in sections starting from lower areas and working up until your pet is fully treated. Sections you might consider (listed in order):

  • Paws, legs and pits.
  • Belly and tail.
  • Groin and rectum area.
  • Back and neck.
  • Apply to face, head or outer ears if needed by spraying into palms of hands and messaging where desired. Avoid contact with eyes.

Allow a bit of time between sections to observe your pet's behavior. It's normal for a pet to groom by licking the formula off. Ingestion of the solution is not cause for alarm. Anecdotal evidence suggests that cedar oil may cause some loose stool as a result or at worst your pet may develop an upset stomach. A few pet owners have reported noticing a lethargic appearance in their pet followed by some regurgitation. Cat owners in particular have reported more susceptibility to this. If your pet appears lethargic or regurgitates after treatment, rinse the formula thoroughly from applied areas. Make sure your pet has plenty of fresh water available to drink. Future applications are up to the individual pet owner. You know you pet best!

How to treat with Paws and Claws for existing flea, tick or mite infestations:
This procedure will help neutralize extreme parasitic insect activity with most any species of animal. Anti microbial properties of cedar oil will naturally stimulate your pet's defenses to repair damaged skin and promote normal hair re-growth. By first neutralizing the insect activity, the subsequent additional benefits of known cedar oil properties continue to assist the animals natural ability to repair the damaged skin. Concentrate heavy spray applications of Paws and Claws directly to all affected areas or hot spots. Apply at least 3 times or more daily depending on your individual results. Do not rinse.
Note: Dr. Ben's cedar oil aroma in large concentration could become overwhelming. Heavy applications should be performed in well ventilated areas to avoid discomfort for you or your pet.

How to treat with cedar oil for ear mites or other insect related problems of the ears:
Applications of Dr. Ben's in the ear will help neutralize ear mites and chronic fungal organism issues.

Be sure you to familiarize yourself with safe practices and tools when caring for your pets ears. There are many reputable articles available on the internet with good advice regarding safe animal ear care procedure. We encourage you to do a little research regarding acceptable methods and tools for applying products to the ears.

If you suspect a recurring source of fleas, ticks or mites may be originating from your pet's periodic outdoor activities, be sure to check the related products tab on this page for cedar oil insect control recommendations that are designed specifically for outdoor use.

Dr. Ben's Notifications:
  • Ready-to-Use Formula - do not dilute.
  • Do Not apply mist near any open flame. Extinguish all pilot lights near treatment areas.
  • Not intended for internal consumption or for use with plant life. Keep out of reach of children.
  • Safe to apply directly on skin. If you are sensitive to wood oil allergies cedar oil may cause minor irritation. If this occurs, wash with mild soap and water, rinse, and discontinue use. For application to the face, spray onto palms of hands then message onto areas of face as desired while avoiding eyes. If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water until any resulting irritation is once again comfortable.
  • Do Not Use on or spray around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, pet ferrets, pet guinea pigs or exotic pet birds.
Minimum risk pesticide. EPA registration exempt product under FIFRA section 25(b).
Active Ingredient: CEDAR OIL - 10%, 40 CFR 152.25 CAS # 68990-83-0
Inert Ingredient: HYDRATED SILICA - 90%, 4 A 40 CFR 180.950 CAS # 7699-41-4

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