Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil Formulated for Dogs, Cats and Small Animals 1oz
Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil formulated for Dogs, Cats and Small Animals

Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil Formulated for Dogs, Cats and Small Animals 1oz

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If you're looking for a natural alternative to traditional pesticide-based flea and tick / insect repellent products, you now have a solution with Mad About Organics Insect Repellent Wipe-on Oil topical treatment.

For our long time customers, this products is our replacement for our original Flea and Tick Wipe-on Defense treatment. We had many requests to create a version that was safe for dogs and cats combined, so that is what we did. This will help eliminate having to purchase multiple versions for one household and simplify everyone's lives.

We have put countless hours in developing one of the safest products on the market, that we know you are sure to love. It has always been our goal to be the know as the safest in the industry, and since no other company is even coming close to what we are doing we feel we are doing just that. It means the world to us to be able to offer you a product that not only performs, but you know will not harm your loving companion or family members.

  • Mad About Organics Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil formulated for dogs, cats and small animals is designed to help confuse the insects and help keep them off your pet(s) in the first place

  • All Mad About Organics products use organic ingredients that have been chosen very carefully with your pet(s) safety in mind

  • Mad About Organics products does not contain pyrethrins, permethrins, or other toxic ingredients

  • Mad About Organics Insect Repellent Wipe-on Defense treatment is one of the safest for use on  animals 4 weeks or older, including pregnant females

  • Fast acting, starts to work on contact

  • Great for regular maintenance or daily for severe conditions

Mad About Organics' Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil is non-toxic to humans or pets, using an optimal combination of organic infused olive oil, hemp seed base oils and a blend of organic plant repellent oils, this natural Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil should be your first option to help you and your pet(s) live a peaceful life. Think of it as using nature against nature.

We have been perfecting our formulas since we established our company back in 2008 and with over a decade of feedback from our customers and countless hours of product testing, we know you and your pet(s) will be very happy with the results. We have dedicated our lives to developing products that are of the highest quality, are some of the safest in the industry, as well as outperform all other products you may have tried in the past.

We recommend combining Mad About Organics Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil with Mad About Organics Flea and Tick Repellent Shampoo formulated for cats and small animals or our Flea and Tick Repellent Shampoo formulated dogs. Our shampoos are pH balanced and will not wash off  topical treatments. Plus, check out Mad About Organics Insect Repellent Herbal Spray for quick water based spray application.

Since we use ultra low percentages of essential oils, our products are like no other. Any product with a red stripe on the packaging/labeling can be used on the majority of all mammals or rodents, which as you may already know is a rarity.

Safe for our environment

You can do your part in protecting our environment even as you maintain the health and safety of your pet and family. Everybody Wins!

Mad About Organics Insect Repellent Herbal Wipe-on Oil treatment formulated for Dogs and Small Animals is made in USA - based in Eugene, Oregon and packaged using recyclable materials.
5 Stars
I wouldn’t use anything else but this product!!
I first heard about this company when I worked for a holistic pet store for 3 1/2 years and let me tell you the people that run this company are so amazing but before I ever met the people who run this company let me just tell you about the experience I’ve had with my dogs. I have a little Yorky terrier that is 3 pounds and she’s 15 years old she can’t take normal flea meds that have chemicals because they can give her seizures and and they make her very Ill. I first tried this product in desperate hopes that it would just somewhat help as we had always lived in a dry climate where we didn’t deal with fleas and then we moved to Oregon where it’s like everybody’s dog had fleas I couldn’t keep the things off of her. The first time I tried this product was hilarious I slathered my dog and oil basically she looked like an oil seal LOL. After talking with the company they informed me that it only takes a little bit. You don’t have to slather it on for it to work. The next time I used it I didn’t use as much and it still worked just as well as it did before. I love the smell of the natural oils that are used, all in all it’s a spectacular product and they give you a good amount for what you need to use. I prefer using the oil as I like to rub it through my dogs hair, it makes her hair softer so it doesn’t tangle as much and it also last longer than the water base spray.
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Reviewed by:  from Portland . on 12/19/2019
5 Stars
So Far The Best Yet...
I'm from Denver, where fleas don't really exist. Maybe the cold, maybe the altitude? I don't know - I'm not a bug scientist. All I know is that I had never seen a flea and honestly had a bit of a negative opinion towards people who "let" their animals get fleas. This past year I moved to Los Angeles and got a ferret, and about a month ago we noticed our first flea. I've heard horror stories about flea collars for dogs and cats, and the warning labels on even the most benign looking flea medication scared me off. Things were getting bad, one flea quickly became dozens. We quickly got a flea comb and started combing to keep the fur clean. We started a routine of secluding the dirty ferrets on the balcony while we cleaned the cage, vacuumed diatomaceous earth into the carpet, bathing the ferrets, drying, and then using the flea comb. It was a nightmare. No matter now diligent we were with the cleaning, within 8 hours the poor little guys would need another brushing. Yesterday I drove for 2 hours to get some of this stuff from a local pet shop in Huntington Beach, California - Local Pet Market. We did our normal routine, but we also added some of this to their shampoo. After the bath, we worked a small amount into their fur and combed out any stragglers. We're only 24 hours in but their fur is still cleaner and the skin looks healthier than it's been in weeks. This battle isn't over, but I feel like we finally have something that works.
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Reviewed by:  from Los Angeles. on 9/29/2016

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