Is no chew spray safe for dogs?

Asked By: Lewis Murazik
Date created: Mon, Dec 28, 2020 3:49 PM
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This non chew spray for dogs has no harsh chemicals, no alcohol, parabens, or sulfates.

It is safe to use on a number of different surfaces including furniture and your pet's skin and fur.

OmegaPet Bitter Apple Spray for dogs is just one more all-natural product that is safe if ingested.

Answered By: Thea Schimmel
Date created: Tue, Dec 29, 2020 5:52 PM

Antihistamines such as Benadryl may help stop your dog's itch.

This medication actually blocks the release of histamine in cells, which causes the reddening and itching of the skin in response to an insect bite or allergy.

In fact, only about 30% of dogs are more comfortable when they're given antihistamines.


Caladryl (calamine) lotion is not recommended for dogs as it can actually be toxic to dogs.

The most toxic component is zinc oxide.

Zinc can cause stomach upset, vomiting and diarrhea.

However, this usually is only a problem if the lotion was eaten.


The ASPCA states that although excessively high levels of citronella may be dangerous to canines, the collars do not contain a lot of the stuff - generally around 10 percent or so.

Because of the comparatively minimal amount of oil in the collars, dogs should be fine.


Even sprays or chemicals from the dog can transfer to furniture or rugs, and from there to the cat.

However, many of them contain chemicals and pesticides with serious toxic potential." Safe flea-repellents for dogs.

We recommend essential oil-based, non-chemical products to help keep fleas away from your dog.


While lavender and other essential oils are safe for use around dogs, they should not be used around cats.

However, dogs can have negative or allergic reactions to lavender, so be sure to try lavender out in small amounts initially.

dogs should not ingest lavender essential oil as it can cause liver or kidney damage.


It is safe to give dogs one to 10 teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide to induce vomiting but never do this except with your vet's advice.

You can use saline nasal spray and pediatric nasal sprays to relieve dryness and nasal congestion associated with colds in kittens, cats, puppies, and dogs.

This may mean using weed killers and pesticides to help lawns look vibrant and lush. However, the chemicals used in these products are dangerously toxic to a dog's health.
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