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Flea soap for dogs made with Neem oil and fresh whole goat milk

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Flea soap made with neem oil and non GMO goat milk

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Flea soap that actually kills fleas on dogs. The fleas do not jump off, really. All natural and easy on your pet. The soap also helps pets with skin disorder. People also use it for eczema or scalp problems. Great for scratches on horses. DO NOT USE ON CATS

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Sara Langston asks vendor Sugar Nanny
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I have read that Neem Oil is toxic, has been known to kill some dogs with a slow gruesome death over a few days period, to harm some children, and it has no antidote if ingested. How do you safely use this?

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Thank you for asking. My main ingredient is sunflower seed oil and then goat milk and then neem oil so it is a small percentage of neem oil and you wash it out. Some of those people were leaving it on as a flea oil repellent if it is the same research I read. Thank you once again for asking. Our pets health is very important to me

Linda Hall asks vendor Sugar Nanny
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I'm interested in your flea soap, I am in rescue and I currently have 9 dogs I have to shampoo regularly sometimes even more which can become extremely costly trying to put flea products on them plus I do not like to use pesticides on them so this being natural is wonderful.. Can you tell me does it lather up well on them? Is it hard to apply being in a bar rather than a liquid? And also how long does it need to set on the dog before thoroughly rinsing it off? And can you use a conditioner for their hair afterwards? These are questions I wish I could have read about rather than having to ask but maybe somebody else is wondering the same thing. Thank you for your time.

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Yes it does lather well. I fill the tub up with water get them as wet as it can work the soap in let them sit there for a couple of minute and rinse and repeat. I repeat because I am able to really so soak them and work it in better on the second go. Getting them really wet is the key. It is a challenge sometime on longer coated dogs but this soap really works. You may also call me with additional questions 330-234-1881. You do not need to condition them after this. Clients rave about this soap for animals and humans with skin or coat problems. Thank you for asking and God bless you for caring for the unwanted.

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