Tick Spray for Dogs and Humans


Are you familiar with the feeling of being out and about, only to be suddenly attacked by pesky ticks? It's an experience no one wants to have—unwelcome blood-sucking parasites that can cause severe illness for humans and pets alike.

For humans, we can see them. But for our loved four-legged friends, ticks are most likely hidden by their coats making removing them tough.

Fortunately, tick sprays for dogs and humans are now available as a simple solution for pest control. With the powerful formula which repels unwanted insects, including fleas, mosquitoes, and flies – not to mention those stubborn ticks – this important product helps keep your family safe from health risks associated with bug bites. Read on to learn why investing in tick spray should always be part of your outdoor routine!


Can Dog Flea Sprays Be Used On Humans?

When treating ticks, most people typically turn to traditional over-the-counter products like sprays and topical medications. While these treatments are effective for dogs, many wonder if the same types of sprays can be used on humans. It's important to note that dog flea sprays are specifically designed with canine physiology in mind and will likely not be safe or effective for humans. And most, typically are loaded with pesticides that could enter the bloodstream. Oftentimes, they present a measure of toxicity, even to our pets. Finding a safe tick spray for dogs and humans is no easy task.

On the flip side, some pets may have an unintended reaction to a product meant for human use, especially if it isn't formulated for animals. If you suspect your pet has ticks, it is best to consult a trusted veterinarian before attempting any chemical- or pesticidal-based topical treatment.

Benefits Of Dogs And Humans Flea Spray 

When it comes to keeping pests away from your dog and pet families, PawPurity's natural flea and tick spray is a great way to go! This spray provides safe and effective protection against fleas and ticks that can cause serious health issues for our furry friends. While it was not designed with human use in mind, many PawPurity members enjoy its benefits.It's one of the few products on the market that is safe to use as a tick spray for dogs and humans. Plus, before releasing any dog products, PawPurity tests relentlessly on humans first. Not only does this spray help protect against disease-carrying parasites, but it also has some other benefits too. 

  • Ingredients are beneficial for the skin of pets and humans. It is a Jojoba oil-based repellent formulation that contains aloe vera juice, ginger, lemongrass, yucca root, lavender, colloidal silver, apple cider vinegar and powerful essential oils that deter ticks from attaching themselves to the skin.
  • The spray is easy to use. Simply spray the solution directly onto your pet’s coat or skin, ensuring that all areas are evenly covered.
  • Finally, most PawPurity formulas are inexpensive compared to other pest control options even though they have a significant amount of purely organic carrier oils, plant extracts, minerals and essential oils.

Tick Sprays For Dogs And Humans - Broad Options for Yards

Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or just looking for extra protection from ticks, several types of tick-control products are available on the market today. Finding a completely safe flea and tick spray for dogs and humans means going natural.

  • Broad spectrum repellents can be applied directly to skin or clothing to repel for up to 8 hours, while ready-to-use sprays provide quick and easy coverage for a yard or property. 
  • Organic options contain botanical oils and naturally derived ingredients, so you can keep your pet safe without endangering the environment.
  • Additionally, many long-term pest control solutions designed for yards, eliminate biting bugs over a larger area with fewer applications. While they are primarily pesticide-based, this makes their use something that should be given serious consideration.

Be Aware!

Keeping yourself and your pet safe from ticks is important. Before purchasing any tick spray, you should be aware of the ingredients it contains. Many formulations contain strong repellents like permethrin, cypermethrin, or pyrethrins. These chemicals are effective against ticks but can also be hazardous to humans and animals if not used as instructed. 

Furthermore, in some cases, essential oils like peppermint, wintergreen, citronella, and eucalyptus are added for enhanced protection against parasites; however, know that these are all toxic to pets, so they must be handled with caution when they are ingredients in pet-specific products. Taking time to check the label of any tick spray you purchase is a good way to ensure that it'll be safe for you and your four-legged friend.

The FDA is alerting pet owners and veterinarians of the potential for neurologic adverse events in dogs and cats when treated with drugs that are in the isoxazoline class.

Although these products can and have been safely used in the majority of dogs and cats, pet owners should consult with their veterinarian to review their patients’ medical histories and determine whether a product in the isoxazoline class is appropriate for their pet.


100% Natural PawPurity Tick Spray for Dogs & Humans

For those looking for a natural flea and tick spray, PawPurity Tick Repellent Spray is the perfect choice. While it was formulated for pets, many use it on themselves, particularly before hikes or walks through areas that are heavily dense with ticks. It is made with non-GMO ingredients and without any harsh chemicals, pesticides, or toxins. And, it's fast-acting. 

While it's meant to be a flea and tick repellent, it has been noted by many to work quickly to help eliminate infestations. It also leaves behind a fresh scent that keeps pets and their owners smelling pleasant. PawPurity Flea Spray is made in the USA. It's a quality product you can trust.

How To Use It

Applying PawPurity Flea and Tick Repellent Spray for dogs and humans is super simple! All you need to do is spray the areas most likely for pests to attach themselves. Know you are giving your furry friend the best protection against pests that is eco-friendly, while maintaining a safe and natural environment in your home.

Tick Prevention Tips 

Ticks can transmit various illnesses, causing great discomfort and, in some cases, even death. Fortunately, there are simple steps that humans and their canine companions can take to prevent being bitten by ticks. 

  1. For humans, wearing long pants tucked into socks or boots and applying a chemical-free bug repellent to the skin, such as PawPurity Flea and Tick Spay with organic ingredients like Jojoba Oil and Rosemary can effectively prevent tick attachment in outdoor areas. 
  2. Dogs that are active outdoor in heavily dense flea and tick areas should receive regular prevention treatments from their veterinary clinic as recommended.
  3. Pets should be brushed often to help remove ticks that may have entrenched themselves on the skin or fur. Regularly inspecting your pet in all areas of the body is important; check behind the ears and eyes, under collar ornaments, and in between toes to make sure no little visitors have taken up residence. With these easy tips, you can rest assured that you and your pet will avoid unwanted nighttime guests this season!
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