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Protect your pets from harmful ticks and fleas without harsh chemicals.
Some pets, for example if they have sensitive skin, are older, sick, pregnant or still very young, are intolerable of the harsh chemicals in tick and flea treatments. This Tick & Flea Repeller is a brilliant solution as it is completely free from chemicals and safe for your pet.
It emits ultrasonic wavelengths which cannot be heard by humans or pets, but which are intolerable to ticks and fleas. The device can remove existing parasites from your pet within 2 weeks, as well as protect them from future infestations. Plus, unlike some flea and tick remedies, the parasites cannot build up a resistance to this treatment.
At a similar size to an identity badge the Ultrasonic Chemical Free Pet Tick & Flea Repeller easily attaches to your pet’s collar. It is also waterproof so your pet can wear it both at home and out and about, even if they’re partial to jumping in muddy puddles! Batteries are included, and with continued use the device will last up to 1 year, which makes it a far more cost-effective option than normal flea treatments.
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- Great, just remember when you bought it! Review by Dan
- Chemical free for dogs - Yay! Review by Toby Smith
I am trying to avoid all chemicals for my dogs. I had to put my last dog to sleep at the age of 5 and the one before that was only 4. Both had cancers and I just can't imagine what is on our environment that is taking our pets so young. So, with that in mind I am on a wholefood diet (for us both) minimum amount of Vets jabs (just enough to get by) staying clear of antibiotics (if at all possible) and banishing room sprays, chemicals etc. in the home.
I can't think that I am the only one who is finding this with pets - my Vet said they had record levels of dogs with tumours and cancer. I am really hopeful this will help and I will have a dog that will last into double figures and nt be taken early with this dreadful disease. (Posted on 22 April 2014)