Natural Flea Shampoo – Expels & Repels
£10.00 – £43.85 Inc. VAT
- Made in the UK by Mutneys
- Developed by Professionals
- Biodegradable & Eco-friendly
- Cruelty Free & Vegan Friendly
- No Dyes or Bleaching Agents
- Ingredients Meet Kennel Club Standards & EU Regulations
- pH Balanced at 5.5 - 6.0
Natural Flea Shampoo
Expels & Repels – with Eucalyptus essential oil
Mutneys ‘natural flea’ Shampoo with Eucalyptus & Daffodil essential oils has been specifically designed for dogs with fleas, mites, lice or similar insects. This natural and effective shampoo has been specially formulated from natural products with a hypo-allergenic base. It expels and repels fleas without the use of harsh chemicals, whilst gently cleansing and conditioning the dogs coat. We think it’s one of the best flea shampoos available!
It dilutes up to 20:1 for normal use or up to 10:1 for a heavy infestation.
Our shampoo and conditioner range is a unique collection of products which promote a fantastic looking coat, whilst ensuring active care and protection for your dog’s skin and fur. All of Mutneys shampoos and conditioners are made in the UK and are manufactured with natural oils and essences, this means that it won’t strip a dog’s coat of the natural oils needed to protect it. Proven formulas that have been made this way for almost 25 years!
Need a comb too? Check out our Sure Flea Comb here.
Available in a range of sizes:
250ml – £10.00
500ml – £12.00
5ltr – £43.85
Please make your selection from the drop down menu…
5 Signs You Could Be Dealing With Fleas
1. Abnormal Scratching, Licking or Biting
Fleas are parasites that seek out your pet’s blood as a food source. Once fleas get on your pet by jumping or crawling, they typically set up their homes in hard to reach and see places, like the head, neck, tail, armpits, or groin of your dog. Licking, biting, or scratching at these places often indicates the presence of these creatures.
2. Unusual Red Patches of Skin
Flea bite saliva can be highly irritable for some dogs and cats; these allergic reactions may not be exclusive to the bitten parts of the body either, because flea bite hypersensitivity can cause rashes or skin lesions anywhere on the body.
3. Flea ‘Dirt’ (the polite way to say poo!)
This comes in the form of small black or reddish-brown specks on your pet’s body, or in areas around your home. Flea ‘dirt’, which is actually flea faeces composed of digested blood; one way to tell the difference between regular dirt and flea ‘dirt’ is to wet any black specks that fall off the dog or are found around your home, onto a white paper towel using a regular water sprayer. If they turn a dark reddish-brown colour, you are seeing the digested blood that the flea has passed through its body and excreted. Nice!
4. Pooch’s Pale Gums
Pale gums on your dog is a common sign of Anaemia and can be an indication your pet has a serious case of flea infestation, this is because the amount of new red blood cells produced by your pooch is not sufficient enough to combat the loss of blood that the fleas are extracting from them.
5. Hair Loss
Hair loss, or Alopecia, can be due to several things, including a reaction to flea bites. Dogs or cats may also pull out some of its own hair due to the continuous biting or licking of the itchy flea bite areas.
If you can’t find any signs of actual fleas on your dog or in your living environment and your dog is still scratching excessively, it’s time to ask your Vet for advice. They will be able to help you determine the cause of your dog’s discomfort and suggest treatment options.