Beneficial Nematodes for Fleas with Katya Forsyth
We all want to protect our pets from fleas, but conventional treatments can end up doing more harm than good, to both our pets and our environment. Beneficial nematodes for fleas may be nature’s answer to flea prevention for dogs, natural flea protection for pets, without causing harm. In this episode of Your Natural Dog with Angela Ardolino, we’re joined by Katya Forsyth, who launched Flea Destroyer, natural flea protection made up of millions of microscopic organisms, beneficial nematodes, that actually penetrate the body of juvenile fleas living in the soil, naturally protecting your yard and your pets.
- Why do fleas keep coming back?
- Conventional flea treatments
- What are beneficial nematodes?
- Why beneficial nematodes for flea prevention?
- Dangers of pesticides for our environment
- How to use Flea Destroyer in your yard
- Dangers of chemicals and pesticides for our dogs and cats
- Flea Destroyer Website
- Follow Flea Destroyer on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn
- Have a question about your pet that you want answered on the podcast? Email us at [email protected]
- Angela Ardolino
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About Angela Ardolino
Angela Ardolino is a holistic pet expert and educator who has been caring for animals for over 20 years. Angela owns and operates Fire Flake Farm, a rescue animal sanctuary farm, and two locations of her natural pet salon and shop Beautify the Beast. She’s also the founder and formulator of CBD Dog Health, which offers high quality, all-natural cannabis health and wellness products for pets; and MycoDog, which creates and produces high-quality medicinal mushroom and adaptogen tinctures specifically for pets.
Accordingly, she has used CBD Dog Health’s Full Spectrum Hemp Extract, and now MycoDog mushroom extracts, on all her pets at her rescue farm every day since 2016. Angela has Odie, a 16-year-old mini-schnauzer, as well as Jolene, Maza, and Rhemi. In addition, she has 4-10 more any time she is fostering or boarding. She is a member of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians and the Veterinary Cannabis Association. In fact, Angela has educated hundreds of medical doctors and veterinarians on the therapeutic uses of medical cannabis on animals.
About Katya Forsyth
Katya is passionate about soil health, and takes every opportunity to tell anyone who will listen that healthy soils are the answer to (pretty much) every issue. Now, Katya spends their days working to educate vets and pet parents about how to help their pets’ avoid fleas while also helping their planet thrive.
They are launching Flea Destroyer, a natural outdoor application that harnesses the power of Mother Nature to stop fleas at the source for up to a year at a time. Katya has a Masters degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Northeastern University.