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Pet & Equine Concentrate 1 litre

$130.00
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Explore the powerful benefits of pure organic neem seed oil and citronella essential oil combined with a small amount of natural emulsifier (soapnut) so it can mix with water easily. Excellent for maintenance of a healthy skin and coat.

Water and oil won't mix unless an emulsifier is used.

This is a very economical concentrate and makes up to 100 litres!.  Use 10-mls of concentrate to 1 litre of water.

Great used as a final rinse (dilution 10mls per litre of water) and for wiping down stables, kennels, floats and crates.

To explore the beneficial uses and power of neem take a look at http://www.discoverneem.com/.  Keep out of eyes.

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  • 5
    BEST EVER INSECT REPELLENT

    Posted by Robyn Henshaw on 30th Dec 2013

    I use this product on Zak along with the Neem Pet Soap or Neempet Shampoo and Conditioner. Zak is highly allergic to fleas. We also live in a high tick prone area. I use this product in the rinse water every time I wash Zak and along with the other Naturapetic products Zak has not had a flea or tick for years.

  • 5
    Mel Grove Reviews pet and equine concentrate 1litre

    Posted by Mel Grove Bowen therapist for horses dogs and cats, Animal communicator. on 7th Oct 2013

    I love this product it keeps my horses and dogs skin healthy and parasite free. I feel really good about putting this product on my animals daily as there are no nasty ingredients its all natural and it really works. I use the spray in conjunction with the neem pet soap on my dog l wash him weekly and never have fleas his skin is better than ever we never get skin infections anymore.

  • 4
    Very Effective to keep bugs off your dogs

    Posted by Unknown on 31st May 2013

    This product is good & safe for the dogs as it suggests. Thanks