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How To: Check your pet for fleas

Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid. See how to check your pet for fleas. Dr. Mike walks you through the process of checking your pet for fleas; what to look for, how to use a flea comb, what is flea dirt, and the importance of starting a flea control program such as oral tablets.

How To: Get rid of fleas naturally

Is your pet dragging in those pesky fleas? Are you now suffering from flea bites? This video shows you an all natural remedy on how to get rid of those annoying little parasites. No more spending money on carpet sprays or anti flea shampoos. Look right in your pantry from some good ole' fashion salt. Be rid of fleas in no time.

How To: Make your own non-toxic flea killer

Educational Specialist, Jennifer Taggard shows her viewers a very easy and accurate process to making non-toxic flea killer. This flea killer will not harm children in a household or any dog being treated. To make the flea killer, 1/2 of a cup of baking soda and half of a teaspoon of orange essential oil was used. The two ingredients were mixed together and simply applied and rubbed into the dog.

How To: Get rid of fleas the natural way

To get rid of fleas start by giving your pet a bath every other week. Another good thing to do every other week is to wash all your pet's bedding in hot water. Vacuum all of your carpets once a week to get rid of any flea eggs, baby fleas, and adult fleas that are in the carpet. Flea collars are a problem because they leave a residue on your pets. When you pet your pet you get that residue on your hands and if you put your hands in your mouth you will ingest those chemicals. Natural methods a...

How To: Get fleas out of your house

Fleas carry disease and are a massive nuisance to human and animal alike. If your pet has fleas or your house has gotten infested in some other way, watch this video to learn how to get the fleas out of your house for good.

How To: Fight and prevent flea infestations

In this excellent informative yet entertaining video Sara from petside.com invites you to join here in the war to end flea and tick infestation. You'll learn why they love to attack your pet and how exactly to combat these pesky little parasite. So gear up for battle and make sure you end up on top and not defeated by these annoying little blood suckers.

How To: Take care of a new kitten and keep them healthy

In this tutorial, we learn how to take care of a new kitten. The first thing to do when you bring home a new kitten is to keep it away from any other animals in your home, to keep all animals safe. Next, you want to take it to the vet to make sure it's healthy and free of diseases. You will also have to get the kitten a number of different shots throughout its life. You should give you cat a flea collar during hot months to lessen the chances of fleas. The last thing to do is make sure your c...

How To: Prevent external parasites like fleas and ticks

In this video you'll learn how to end the cycle of those pesky fleas and ticks. You'll learn exactly what to use and what to do to stop these external parasites from invading your home or living on your poor innocent animal. After watching this video you'll be able to enjoy a flea and tick free enviorment.

How To: Control dog fleas with home remedies

This video illustrate us how to control dog fleas with home remedies. Here are the following steps.Step 1: First of all take some water and wash the dog with it.Step 2: Now take markotic powder and spread it on the dogs fur. If the fur hair is long then comb in the opposite direction for the powder to settle down. Leave it for some time.Step 3: You will find all the fleas on the surface of the fur.Step 4: Now dip a towel in water containing alum and sponge the dog with this towel .All the fle...

How To: Get rid of fleas

In this video the instructor shows how to get rid of fleas. He starts telling about how infectious the fleas can be and how much trouble they can cause. He gives a step by step procedure on how to get rid of them. He says that you should eliminate the threat first by removing eggs, larvae and other germs from the area. He shows how to quarantine the infected area and how to wash them in warm water to kill them. He shows how to use vacuum cleaner to clean all the carpets and other furniture. N...

How To: Solve your dog's flea problems

Does your pet puppy have a problem with pests? Use these quick and easy grooming tips for a flea-free Fido! Your veterinarian might offer an expensive flea dip, but you can give your dog a bath and shampoo at home.

How To: Sell stuff at a flea market

Selling stuff at the local flea market sounds easy enough, but it isn't anything like having a yard sale. There's a lot more to it that just getting rid of your junk, and the biggest things are being licensed and having a sales tax number. Flea market vendor may not be your first career choice but, like many, you may find it’s a lucrative full-time job or a profitable and fun sideline.

How To: Do a flea-flicker football play

Catch a good pass defense off-guard with the classic flea-flicker. Tip: Once the defense sees the running back with the ball, they'll think it's a running play and lose track of the receivers. Did you know? University of Illinois coach Bob Zuppke is credited for inventing the flea flicker in the 1910's.

How To: Get rid of pesky fleas from your home or animal

In this video pest control specialist Mark Govan of ABC pest control shows you how to fight the war on fleas. Protect your home and animal from getting attacked by these blood suckers.Follow the advice in this video and make sure you prevent an invasion or attack on these annoying little creatures.

How To: Apply Frontline flea prevention to your dog

In this video tutorial, viewers learn hoe to apply Frontline for dogs. Be sure that you get the appropriate amount of dosage for your dog. Frontline is a topical flea intake preventive for dogs. Do not let your dog go into water 72 hours before and 72 hours after apply the product. Begin by apply the product in between the shoulder blades. Do this by parting the fur and apply the product onto the skin. Also apply the product at the base of the tail. This process needs to be done once a month....

How To: Make anti-flea biscuits for your dog

Watch this how-to video from the Dog Channel and learn how to make healthy and tasty anti-flea biscuits for your dog. These anti-flea biscuits are sure to be a hit with your dog. Not only are they healthy but they have the added benefit of flea control.

How To: Completely erase a computer hard drive to remove all private data

Data thieves don't have to be programming wizards to get their hands on your personal information. They often find hard drives that contain financial and other sensitive data at flea markets, charity shops, the city dump—even on eBay. In this video tutorial, PC World explains how to completely erase sensitive data from old drives before recycling or discarding them. Wipe your old hard drives with this how-to.

How To: Keep pests off your outside animals

If you have a variety of animals that call the outside area their home, you may not realize that pests can become a common problem to them. Fleas, ticks, jiggers, etc. can all cause problems with your outdoos animals like goats, dogs, cats, etc. So in this tutorial, you'll get some quick tips for keeping pests off your outside animals. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Easily tune a ukulele

There's no getting around it: if you want to get good at playing the ukulele or any other instrument, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash in free, high-quality uke lessons, like this one from Ukulele Underground. This particular tutorial provides a detailed, string-by-string overview of how to get a ukulele into standard (GCEA/My Dog Has Fleas) tuning. For more information, and to get tuning your own ukelele playing, watch this helpful how-to.

How To: Remove a tick from a dog

In this video, we learn how to remove a tick from a dog. First, brush the hair away from the tick so you have a good view of it. After this, take the removal tool and place it underneath the tick. Slide it all the way underneath the tick and then gently pull while twisting. This will remove the tick from the dog without leaving the rough parts on the inside of them. When you are finished removing the tick from the skin, make sure you kill it and give your pet a flea and tick collar. Do this f...

How To: Fully remove a tick

In this video, we learn how to fully remove a tick. Ticks can carry diseases, so it's best to get rid of these right away, checking your pet daily. Find the tick and then grab it as close as you can to your pet's skin. Pull it out and make sure you've gotten all the parts. Then, flush the tick down the toilet. You can also use a pair of tweezers to make this easier for you. Make sure you check thoroughly and don't miss if your pet does have these, they can spread onto the carpet and around th...

How To: Decorate with flea market finds

In this series of informative videos, you will learn how to find flea market finds to use in home decoration. Flea market events are often crowded with people and crafts, so knowing what to look for is imperative. In the video titled “About Flea Markets,” you will learn more about the general idea and practices included in the flea market experience. Learn how to and whether bartering is appropriate in different flea market situations. Get tips on dealing with vendors and finding the right pr...

How To: Use a skin care routine that works

Despite what some skin creams and products claim, there is no wrinkle cream or potion that will actually get rid of wrinkles. However, there are things one can do to help conceal the sign of wrinkles and help "de-age" oneself. In this tutorial, learn about how to go about taking care of your skin with a daily skin care regime that will help wrinkles, dry skin, blotchiness and discolorations.

How To: Get Rid of Plant-Eating Pests Using 100% Natural Solutions from Your Home and Garden

Navigating through row after row of plants, my tiny fingers would reach into the leaves to pluck all the vile little creatures from their homes and deposit them into a can of gasoline. Potato bug duty, my least favorite gardening chore. Growing up, my family had a small garden every year. And every year, I was recruited to help plant, maintain, and eventually harvest the vegetables from it. There were some tasks I didn't mind, but the ones I hated most usually involved bugs (have you ever see...

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