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Verm-X Tick & Flea

Tick and Flea repellents are known to trigger seizures in dogs due to their harsh chemicals and toxins.

Made from 100% natural active ingredients, Verm-X® Flea & Tick Powder has been developed using a concentrated formula that naturally repels fleas and ticks. Adding a small amount to your dog’s daily feed assists in building their natural defences against unwanted visitors. It is vet-approved and completely safe for your dog and your home.

£14.91 per pot. 

One 70g pot will last a small dog up to five months.

  • Mint, Ginger, Fenugreek, Neem, Lemon Balm, Garlic.


Garlic stands as a powerful deterrent against parasites and insects, doubling as a support for the body's detoxification mechanisms. Its pungent aroma repels fleas and ticks, making dogs consuming it regularly an unattractive target for these pests.

Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm is a potent citrus herb renowned for its ability to ward off parasites, calm the nervous and digestive systems, and facilitate the body's innate detoxification mechanisms.


Neem has natural insecticidal properties due to compounds which disrupt the flea life cycle and stop them from reproducing. In addition, Neem can help soothe irritated skin and alleviate itching caused by insect bites.


Alongside having insect repelling properties, Fenugreek has fantastic skin and coat improving properties. It has been used as an ancient drug in India to help increase shine and health of skind and hair for humans, and now is commonly used for similar benefits for dogs.


Multiple studies of the past 20 years have shown ginger as a insect repeller and killer. The compounds in ginger, such as gingerol and shogaol, are believed to be responsible for its insect-repelling abilities. These compounds can disrupt the physiology and behavior of insects like mosquitoes and ants.


Although safe for dogs and humans, mint can help repell ticks and fleas due to its strong odor and compositional makeup which is toxic for insects. The menthol compounds in mint act as a natural insect repellent. Mint contains compounds like pulegone that can be toxic or irritating to ticks and fleas. When exposed to high concentrations of mint, it can disrupt their nervous systems and cause them to flee. Mint is an effective octopamine blocker, which is a key neurotransmitter in insects. Blocking octopamine can hinder the tick or flea's movement, behavior, and metabolism, leading to their death.

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