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Dr Mollys Herbal Pet Shampoo

Herbal Flea & Tick Shampoo

Dr. Molly's™ Herbal Flea Shampoo™ is designed to help repel fleas and other insects, as well as keep skin healthy and smelling good. It is a blend of natural shampoo, an infusion of green tea and several herbs, aloe vera, essential oils, coconut and neem oils, and pyrethrin in the strong version. When used frequently and in conjunction with other natural methods of flea control, many pet owners are able to avoid use of other chemicals.

Dr. Molly recommends bathing your dog at least monthly and up to 2 times per week if you are in an area where you are unable to control flea exposure.

INGREDIENTS (mild): Natural shampoo, aloe, green tea, chamomile, calendula, vitamin E, lemongrass, cedar, lavender, rosemary, neem, tea tree. Strong formula (for dogs only) includes Pyrethrin.

Strong Formula (dogs only)
Mild Formula (dogs and cats)
Dr Mollys Herbal Flea Spray

Fleas Don't Bug Me Spray

Dr. Molly's™ Fleas Don't Bug Me™ spray is a blend of essential oils and herbal infusions, designed to condition skin and repel fleas and ticks. It should be sprayed on and through coat before going out to dog parks or hiking.

It is safe to use daily.

INGREDIENTS: Infusion of chamomile and calendula, aloe, polysorbate 20 (derived from coconut oil), glycerine, potassium sorbate, neem, and vitamin E. Essential oils of lavender, cedar, lemongrass, rosemary, pepper- mint, pennyroyal.

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Dr Molly

UC Davis

IVAS

ICH

Molly Rice DVM, CVA

Dr. Molly Rice is a holistic veterinarian who believes that the combination of Eastern and Western medicine opens the door to a wide scope of treatment options. She holds a BS degree in Animal Physiology and Neuroscience from UC San Diego and is a UC Davis veterinary school graduate.

She has studied with holistic veterinarian Dr. Ihor Basko in Kauai, the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), and the Institute of Chinese Herbology. She worked at San Francisco Veterinary Specialists from 2003-2011 and currently works at Coastal Holistic complementary and holistic veterinary care for dogs and cats.

In her spare time, Molly enjoys surfing, snowboarding, and riding her thoroughbreds Zephyr and Felix.