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NAF Off Citronella Spray for Horses

  • 750ml Spray £11.15
  • 2.5 litre Refill £16.10

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Description

NAF Off Citronella Spray is a completely safe and effective solution which provides all-round protection from such flying pests as midges, mosquitos and flies. It is a concentrated solution which provides long-lasting summer protection for horses coats.

Directions for use

Shake well before use. Spray liberally over coat, avoiding the eyes and broken skin. Repeat as required. As with any new product, apply to a test area first. For external use only. For animal use only.

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Rabbits

23rd Apr 2015
Abbie

Can you use this spray for rabbit and guinea puff cages to keep flies away?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Rabbits and Guinea pigs tend not to like the smell of this product either. Keeping hutches as clean and fresh as possible is the best plan.Rabbits should be be fed a high fibre, low energy diet too, to make sure they do not get diarrhoea which attracts flies.

Pet use

4th Aug 2013
Paul

Can this be used on dogs as cant stop the bites?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Dogs seem to hate the smell of Citronella, so it is not a good product to use on them. Something like a Scalibor collar would make more sense, along with a good flea control product.