276°
Posted 20 hours ago

Natural Animal Fly & Midge Spray 250ml: For Dog, Horse, Pony

£10.8£21.60Clearance
ZTS2023's avatar
Shared by
ZTS2023
Joined in 2023
82
63

About this deal

During the summer months, the simplest thing to do is avoid them and, no, that does not mean you need to lock yourself inside all day, just follow our advice below and you should be fine. We respect your rights to privacy under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (“Act”) and we comply with all of the Act’s requirements in respect of the collection, management and disclosure of your personal information. Such data may include a shareholder's name, address, shareholding details, tax file number, and bank account details. If any Goods develop faults within their warranty period, you are entitled to a repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty. I just use whatever I'm using on mutley, usually some deet based nastiness, I try to keep it off or apply only sparingly to the bits he can lick but it's not entirely possible especially since he's bald underneath and that's where they get him.

If you do react badly, Piriton allergy tablets can help, as can over-the-counter creams for insect bites, but the real trick is to try not to scratch them…the more you scratch them, the itchier they get! Anyway, as I said earlier I found myself favouring the Pyramid Trek Midge and Tick as personally for me it didn’t wear off as quickly. Our middle daughter regularly used Smidge and Avon Skin-So-Soft whilst in Scotland and didn’t suffer any bites. This is one of those topics where there are so many different stories and the more you look the more you find. Very young puppies need special care, and puppies under eight weeks old need to be with their brothers and sisters.Apparently, if you are particularly appetising and sensitive to midges then some of the bites will come up into rather large blisters, so guess what I have all over my ankles? The midges are worse than usual here in Aberdeenshire this summer and my dogs are suffering, they are being bitten around their eyes causing swelling and obvious discomfort.

Generally, the types of personal information we collect will include name, contact details and records of communication with us. Does anyone know of anything to keep the midges off dogs - does flea/tick repellent help or is there anything else that works?In fact if you look on the back in the small print you will see the bit which says "does not include pesticides" - so whats the use? There are lots of different types on the market, but normally a midge head net such as this will do. We take steps to ensure that our service providers are obliged to protect the privacy and security of personal information and use it only for the purpose for which it is disclosed. It is such an amazing place, we are going back soon for the TentLife adventures into wild camping – should be interesting (haha).

Ifif there is a time when they may get bitten, its only if they are lying around outside when the midgies come out. However, if I’m going away and want protection from midges I only want to rely on factual evidence and not Chinese whispers. SWMBO and myself will be liberally sprayed with repellent, but I wasn't sure what to do about the pooch. We would also advise any dog owners coming to the Highlands with your dogs to treat them with Frontline before you come. Here is a mix I used for my horses, cannot remember the amounts exactly though, but the amount of liquid (tea/water) was 1 litre.Always 24 hour patch test first, when using a new productUse straight from bottle, no need to dilute or mix.

Well all the products worked at repelling the midges, so what about how the products are packaged then? to answer your questions, provide you with information or advice (including general pet health advice) or consider and respond to requests or complaints made by you. I phoned vet for advice and she said she had just seen a dog with the same problem, though I was half an hour away from this area where I was training.

Mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance — they can spread harmful diseases like West Nile virus and Heartworm to your pets. I met the Pyramid guys at an outdoor trade show where we explained that we were off to Scotland and wanted to test some different stuff against midges. White wine vinegar, 1 litre water or you can use cold strong tea, half a 30ml bottle citronella oil and crushed garlic or powdered garlic. While looking for that, I've noticed that they do produce a 'bug-guard' Skin So Soft in the USA with 10% Picaridin.

Asda Great Deal

Free UK shipping. 15 day free returns.
Community Updates
*So you can easily identify outgoing links on our site, we've marked them with an "*" symbol. Links on our site are monetised, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.
New Comment