BugPellent Natural Fly and Tick Repellent Gel 16 oz

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BugPellent Fly & Tick Gel is a unique water based gel with natural essential oils in a hydrogel formula that controls and repels deer, house, stable and black flies as well as ticks, mosquitoes and gnats on horses, ponies and dogs. BugPellent contains no pyrethrins, pyrethrums, pyrethoids or industrial pesticides. This natural insect repellent is pleasantly scented is perfect for those seeking to eliminate chemical pesticides from their fly, tick and mosquito control regimen.

Product Details:

  • Controls deer, house, stable, horse and black flies, ticks, mosquitoes, and gnats.
  • Made with Natural Essential Oils
  • No Pyrethrins, Pyrethrums, Pyrethoids, or Industrial Pesticides.
  • Economical fly repellent
  • Naturally aromatic
  • Non-toxic
  • Non-greasy
  • No Alcohol or Solvents
  • Made in USA

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 6 reviews)

July 03, 2020
"Definitely helps"
Ravenna, OH
June 20, 2019
"I bought this after riding at a local park (with lots of tall unmowed grass) and picking multiple ticks off my horse's legs. It was horrifying, so I slathered this on before the next ride and had zero ticks. Very impressed. "
September 09, 2018
"Works really well on areas that need more protection. Has a very strong smell which deters the flies. Nice product!"
Waterford, PA
July 19, 2018
"Really like the gel. It's easy to apply and smells nice. I like the idea of natural without all the chemicals. Unfortunately the fly repelling doesn't last all that long."
June 24, 2018
"I had my doubts, but this is fantastic! I use my hands to apply it around my horse's head, ears, and face, as well as the sheath area. The first time I used it and rode outside, he didn't shake his head once even without a fly mask. He's a Thoroughbred who is easily annoyed by the little midges that torment horses. Since it's heating up and getting more humid I'm using a fly mask too in the evening. A couple of other boarders have sampled it and have also had positive results."