Using Brewer's Yeast and Garlic Pills for Fleas

I've heard that like onion, garlic is poison and my old dog did die of liver related stuff at age (almost 16). i was reading about brewers yeast/garlic pill and thought i should put this out here~ maybe what I read was wrong? I know brewer's yeast is stinky lol. I used to take it in powder form long ago~ yuck! I can't imagine spraying my dogs every day with it.

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I have been using natural non chemical spice oil spray with citronella, cinnamon, clove, peppermint, etc. It works good most years, but this year these fleas are bigger and lay lots more eggs. I didn't realize how many more and now I have a problem. I think I am going to have to get out the big guns and get Frontline :(

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July 3, 20140 found this helpful

I just read that using Nematodes in the yard will kill most fleas that get on your pets outside. You can get it at your local hardware or home store. I'm going to try it!

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September 18, 20150 found this helpful

I put about a tsp. of Brewer's Yeast in my palm and when I pet my cat, I casually sprinkle on fur and try to rub in a little so it doesn't go onto floor so much. My younger American Shorthair just accepts and starts the licking routine.

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My older Turkish Angora, though, gets really upset that anything is on his beautiful coat..and then becomes a bit afraid to even let me pet him. In the food, sprayed on coat? Neither works, probably because both cats were feral at one time and still are, a bit?

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September 3, 20161 found this helpful

Front line and advantage, even advanticks does not work anymore we have done it all, flea dip baths with flea shampoo bombing the house treatment of the yard steam cleaning and all flea treatments so I started the B-yeast thing going let's see how it goes

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January 13, 20190 found this helpful

Try Revolution..it kills fleas, flea eggs, ticks, worms..just about any cat pest there is. Years ago my dog had fleas an vet said to use it. Within a day or 2 it was like he never had them. Now I use it on my cats

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