Works on no seeeeum s in florida - and everglades skeeters .....Dave from South Florida Posted on Facebook 3/9/21

I was wondering if this would be suitable to use on a calf, goats, horse, & dogs? If so, how would I apply Ole Time Woodsman Fly Dope? Put a few drops down their back?? Thanks in advance!

Hi Angie,
Great questions.  Thank you.
First of all you do not need to protect the entire animal.  Placing a few drops of Ole Time Woodsman Fly Dope around the head or neck area will alter a biting insect's ability to detect the carbon dioxide flume that a human or animal exhales.
This is where we need to be a little creative.  For instance, sheep's wool on several places on a headstall for a horse should do the trick.
A neck belt with sheep wool or Velcro with cotton balls will work for cows and goats.
Any kind of porous collar for a dog or cat should be sufficient.  A bandana for your dog works great and looks cool as well.
A few drops of Ole Time Woodsman Fly Dope will do ya!
Science has now, finally, proven that certain fragrances will interfere with a biting insect's receptor to detect your pets carbon dioxide flume.
Enjoy your pets and your outdoors,

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