Ark Naturals, Neem "Protect" Spray, For Dogs and Cats, 8 fl oz (237 ml)
By Ark Naturals
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- Natural Products for Pets
- Environmentally Friendly & Natural Botanicals
- Relieves Itching Due to Fleas and Ticks
Why Choose Neem "Protect" Spray
- Neem and citronella have been used for thousands of years by the people of India, Southeast Asia and Africa.
- Scientific studies have found those plants contain compounds that have wound healing properties.
- Neem oils and extracts are anti-inflammatory, gentle and non-drying.
- Regular use helps to soothe and reduce itching and dermatitis caused by insect bites.
- Best results are obtained by using in conjunction with Neem "Protect" Shampoo.
About Ark Naturals and our Ingredients.
Our ingredients and manufacturing processes are all natural, human quality and are GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) compliant. Manufactured in the USA in FDA/OTC inspected facilities. Proud members of NPA, APPA and NASC.
Recommended for: Safe and effective for puppies and dogs 12 weeks and older. Use with caution on kittens and cats 12 weeks and older.
Initial Use: For animals with skin and coat issues including insect bites and skin and coat irritation, begin by bathing animal with Neem "Protect" Shampoo. After animal's coat has dried completely, generously spray Neem "Protect" Spray from head to tail. Do not spray in and around animal's eyes, nose or mouth. Spray directly on insect bites and areas that are irritated and inflamed.
Follow-up: Spray animal every 7-10 days as needed. Use on a regular basis during warmer months, and for animals that spend time outdoors in tall grass or wooded environments.
Reminder: Neem "Protect" Spray is water-soluble and must be reapplied each time the animal is completely wet.
Neem oil, citronella.
Water, polysorbate 20, aloe.
Keep out of reach of children
Storage: Cap tightly, cool dry location.
Use with Caution
Citronella can cause adverse reactions with cats. Do not apply to cat's face. Test product on cat's hindquarters - wait 24 hrs. If no adverse reaction OK to use.
iHerb Customer Reviews
My 2 cats hate the smell because its very citrusy from the citronella oil, but I found it pleasant. Besides that, it really, really works, and it's safe. Takes a couple weeks of using it once a day, and it got rid of the fleas. I sprayed it on them and rubbed it in, concentrating on their necks--fleas' favorite area. I also sprayed my sofa, rugs, carpet, and where they laid.
This works very well, but has an extreme fragrance. I spray the dogs brush with it instead of applying it directly and I do this outdoors. I use this in between bath's. I don't care for the 'spray' as it can get into the eyes, nose and mouth of your dog unless you are very careful to keep it away from their face! Spraying the dog brush seems to work the best for this application.
Great product for maintenace use
Posted by Reviewer3068236 on May 07, 2016
When we are in the flea/tick season, I use Neem "protect" spray for your dogs. I use it with several other products.
Awesome & Remarkable result!
Posted by 4891165787127527740 on May 03, 2016
As i was initially skeptical after reading the "Use With Caution" statement, i tried it on spraying on a cotton wool and applied it on my cat itching area. I then checked the following day and it apparently dried up! It is really AWESOME! It works wonders (well in my opinion). I bought another for a colleague of mine and she too had a good experience/feeling about this Spray. The price is great for the size of 237ml however if Ark Naturals could have this Neem "Protect" Spray in smaller bottle, it would be better. This 237ml will take years to finish :-) Overall, it is Awesome and remarkable result.
Posted by 5130919523915994208 on Dec 29, 2015
Posted by 5343652312321879953 on Mar 15, 2015
nice smell, but doesn't really keep insects away
Nice Natural Alternative
Posted by Reviewer3198477 on Sep 06, 2014
I hate using chemical stuff on my dog, so this is a great natural alternative. If you see a flea on your dog, it will kill it on contact if you just spray it with this neem spray. You do have to reapply a bit, and the smell is strong, but I've used it for the last summer season with good results. Here's what I do. Once I notice my dog licking her inner thighs more often than usual (she has a flea allergy, so she does this practically every time), I watch out for when she starts biting a certain spot. I know that's where the flea is. I look for it, find it, then I take her to the bathtub and spray the flea really well, saturating that spot very well. The flea will start to slow down, and then I can pick it up and squeeze it between my 2 thumbnails to "pop" the flea and kill it. Then I flush it down the drain. If she has more fleas, I repeat the process. I then do give a bit of a rinse to her because she has sensitive skin, but it helps to slow down and kill the flea, so it's very helpful in that sense.