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Safe Mosquito and Insect Repellent for Dogs and Cats

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This article is incredibly helpful. Check out “Safe Mosquito and Insect Repellent for Dogs and Cats.” From the article (the intro and bullet points of topics covered):

“Furry haircoats help somewhat, but dogs and cats get bitten by mosquitoes, flies and other insects just like we do. Biting insects are not only bothersome; they may transmit deadly diseases such as heartworm and West Nile Virus. …

  • The First Step: Knowing What NOT To Apply
  • Safe Insect Repellents for Dogs
  • Safe Insect Repellents for Cats
  • What about Avon Skin-So-Soft?
  • What About Essential Oils, Garlic, and Other Natural Ingredients?
  • Screen Away Insects
  • Stay Out of the Way”

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