Flea + Tick Pet Brush

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


The Cedarcide Flea + Tick Brush is the safest, easiest and most effective way to protect your dog or cat from fleas and ticks. Designed to dispense all-natural Cedarcide Original insect repellent directly to your pet’s skin, the Flea + Tick Brush penetrates even the thickest of furs to kill all hidden pests, while also providing protection against future infestation. Simply unscrew the handle lid, fill the Flea + Tick Brush with Cedarcide Original, then groom your pet as you would with any other brush. No spray, no dip, no mess. It’s that easy!

  • Fast & easy-to-use
  • Comes with 1 oz. of Cedarcide Original
  • Kills & repels on contact
  • Safe alternative to flea collars
  • Cedarcide Original is made from 100% natural ingredients
  • Cedarcide Original is lab tested – confirmed 99% kill rate for fleas
  • Fresh cedar scent



Fleas & Ticks Got You Down? Check out the following resources to learn more about these pests and how to deal with them naturally:

What You Need To Know About FLEAS and How To Get Rid Of Them

Why You Need To Stop Using FLEA Collars Today

How To Safely Remove a TICK

6 Surprising Fact about Heartworms and Heartworm Medication


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Additional information

Weight3 lbs
Dimensions12 x 2 x 3 in

1 review for Flea + Tick Pet Brush

  1. 5 out of 5

    This paired with Cedarcide original is great! I didn’t receive the 1oz cedarcide spray with this like I was supposed to, but luckily I had already added a bottle of cedarcide original to my order. I got this brush expecting it to be the best solution to the flea and tick issue (I refuse to use chemical topicals on my pet) but I’ve found there are many added bonuses I hadn’t expected.

    First, in terms of the flea and tick issue, I’ll start by saying my pet didn’t have fleas to start with, so I can’t comment on the brush’s effectiveness in distributing the product to kill fleas. However, it seems to do a great job evenly spreading the product to the skin of the animal, so assuming the product does kill fleas as it says, I think it would be a beneficial try for somebody with a double-coated dog looking for a natural way to kill fleas. I use this as repellent and have been extremely happy with it thus far. I have a Pyr so anything meant to be sprayed onto the coat is usually ineffective for us…he just has too thick of a coat to be able to get the product to his skin, particularly on his back just above his tail where the fur is thickest. This product enables me to get the product throughout his entire coat.

    My main concern was ticks; in addition to brushing this product through his entire coat after baths, I’ve been spraying my legs and his (+ his belly) with the cedarcide original spray right before hikes and have yet to find a tick on him since then. This is saying something– two weeks before my order arrived, I took him hiking at our usual spot and came home to find 52 ticks on him. I spent all night brushing them all out before they could find skin and attach. I’ve taken him hiking in that same place a few times since starting with the cedarcide and have yet to find any on him.

    I bought this for the ticks, but even if it hadn’t worked for that I would have continued to use it as a grooming tool. One of the unexpected benefits I mentioned was how soft it makes his coat. The cedarcide original makes his fur so insanely soft (yet clean feeling at the same time– it’s not greasy at all). Professional grooming doesn’t even come close to it. Another great plus is how perfectly it removes mats! The structure of the brush (the metal bristles) combined with the cedar oil makes brushing out mats a breeze; it works better than every dematting comb I’ve tried.

    The brush does leak a bit, but it hasn’t ever leaked enough to change the measured amount of cedarcide inside the brush (there are measuring lines along the translucent back of the brush.) I can’t really figure out for sure where it’s leaking from, but it hasn’t been too big of a problem or waste, so I don’t consider it much of a hindrance. I keep it sitting flat on a bookshelf and this seems to largely eliminate the issue.

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