No poisons. No chemicals. No bugs!


All Natural Bug Off Garlic

Garlic is nature's insect repellent. All natural Bug Off Garlic is a powerful and safe way to protect your horse or dog from fleas, ticks, and other biting insects. Best of all, Bug Off Garlic doesn’t come with the dangerous and painful effects common to sprays and spot-on chemicals for flea and tick control. Bug Off Garlic is sold in granule form (for horses and dogs) and chewable tablets (for dogs) in various convenient sizes.


Related Reading


• Frequently Asked Questions About Garlic
• Garlic: Friend Or Foe? by Dr. Deva Khalsa
• EPA Report: Spot-on Pesticides Linked to Pet Death
• Garlic Studies



Springtime uses the highest quality, human-grade garlic — fully tested for potency, purity, and safety. Below you will find more information on Springtime products containing garlic:


Springtime, Inc.
Bug Off Garlic
Chewables for Dogs
Springtime, Inc.
Bug Off Garlic
Granules for Dogs
Springtime, Inc.
Bug Off Garlic
Granules for Horses
A safe, easy-to-feed, natural insect repellent. Human-grade garlic granules pressed into a liver flavored chewable tablet.
Buy 2, Get 2 FREE!
Safe & effective garlic granules provide a 24-hour shield against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, gnats, flies, and other biting insects.*
Buy 2, Get 1 FREE!
Safe & effective garlic granules provide a 24-hour shield against fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, gnats, flies, and other biting insects.*
Buy 2, Get 1 FREE!





What Our Customers Say About Bug Off Garlic...

Don't just take our word for it! Read what our customers have to say about their own experiences with Bug Off Garlic
Granules for Horses, Bug Off Garlic Granules for Dogs and Chewables for Dogs.



Candy-Horton

"...flea and tick free all summer."


Dear Springtime:





My two dogs love these Bug Off Garlic Chewables.

They have been flea and tick free all summer.

I was looking for a natural product,

no more poisons, and this really works.


Thank you,


Candy Horton, Maine




Garlic Is Safe for Dogs

There has been a lot of misinformation recently concerning dogs and garlic. For a great article on the topic,
we recommend this article by veterinarian Dr. Deva Khalsa in Dogs Naturally Magazine.