Stop The Fleas

Carole Curtis shares her knowledge of natural flea prevention
discovered during 50 years of loving and owning dogs

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Only Natural Pet Easy
Defense Flea & Tick Tag

A safe, chemical-free
way to keep harmful pests off
of your pet that utilizes
your pet's own energy to
create a natural barrier to fleas,
ticks and mosquitoes

 

 

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TripleSure Trigger

The best way to "STOP The Fleas"
(in my opinion)

Using pills - we all get frantic about solving our pets' flea and tick problems and it often seems the easiest way to go is to get a pill from a pet supply company and hide it in your best friend's food. Some of these easy solutions don't just kill the fleas and ticks, they can also kill your pet . . . . or at least make it seriously ill.

Using shampoos - Okay, so pills are a solution you should avoid, so how about shampoos? Should you get a flea shampoo and do a "rub and scrub" job on your friend? The answer is yes but be very careful you chose a herbal shampoo, watch this video and you will see why.

So what is the best and safest way to go? - I have found from experience the best way is to protect your pet is to use a product that is relatively new but it seems to have amazing results. Its called the Only Natural Pet flea and tick tag.

As far as I am aware there are two tags on the market. I have tried them both and the Only Natural Pet flea and tick tag appears to be the best by far. What makes this so darn good? As well as being a 100% safe alternative at a fraction of the cost of chemical and often toxic spot-ons and flea pills, here are just a few other vital points:

  • It repels fleas, ticks, and mosquitos and all external parasites, including the Australian paralysis tick
  • It lasts up to one year which means I can virtual clip it on Molly and Rosie's collars and forget about it for 12 months.
  • It is non-toxic and chemical free
  • It doesn't smellt
  • I have engraved Molly and Rosie's names and my phone number on theirs as an added protection if they get lost.
  • The manufacturers claims it to be scientifically proven as 100% effective, but I still like to use a spray of essential oils that I make myself as extra insurance against fleas and ticks
  • It is safe with no side-effects
  • It is effective with dogs and cats of any age (including newborns), any weight (though for larger breeds such as Great Danes of Irish Wolf hounds two tags are recommended, and also sick, convalescing and pregnant pets
  • There is no need to wash your hands after touching them or to stop your kids from playing with their pets.

For more information, or to place and order, click here.

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How the flea and tick tag works

The tag is treated with a bio-energetic process and sealed in an electro-magnetic shielded envelope. When opened and placed on your pet, it uses your pet's own inherent energy to send out frequencies that repel pests.

The process operates with quantum mechanic's refined frequencies, and is somewhat similar to the basic principles of homeopathy. (It does not use traditional energy forms like electrical, chemical, thermal, magnetic, or radioactive).

This holistic energetic approach combines the knowledge of Eastern medicine with advanced Western technology, and is the result of more than 10 years of targeted research in collaboration with renowned doctors and scientists.

This quantum energy approach has been used in Europe for many years to enhance human health and wellness through the energizing of objects, water, drinks, and supplements.

The tag begins to create a protective field around your pet within 24 hours of you attaching it to their collar. Depending on your pet's size the tag needs 7-20 days to create a strong protective field which will effectively protect your pet.

Important - The tag is a repellant only and it can not kill parasites which are already on your pet. Therefore, your pet must be clean and free of any parasites,larvae, cocoons and eggs before you attach the tag to its collar.

Watch this video for a demonstration on how to use the Pet Protector Disc correctly on your pet

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This is what you need to do

It is of paramount importance that your pet is completely clean and free of fleas and ticks and any of their off-spring in their life cycles before placing a tag on his or her collar.

A good way to start is to:

  • Bath your pet with an herbal shampoo and conditioner. A quick bath wont do the trick, the secret is to lather up your pet and leave the shampoo on for a minimum of five minutes preferably longer.

    This way all fleas and any invisible eggs, larvae and cocoons, which form part of the flea life cycle will crack open and die. This is a good time to give your pet a gentle massage and increase bonding.

  • Follow up with products strong enough to keep fleas and ticks at bay for the 20 days activation period. My suggestion is to use a herbal spot-on treatment, together with my homemade essential oils spray and flea powder.

It is important to bear in mind a quick bath and the use of collars or combs are not sufficient to kill off existing parasites.

The last thing you want to do is to leave living parasites or any of their off-spring on you pet when you first attach a tag to its collar. Doing this will only create a batch of parasitic larvae which will acclimatise to the homeopathic technology of the tag and you will end up fleas on your pet which are immune to the technology of the tags.

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Precautions

To guarantee effectiveness the tag you should see that it is attached to your pet's collar permanently - apart from being bathed and being x-rayed by your vet. If for any reason the tag is removed from your pet for longer than a few minutes, you will need to repeat the entire 7-20 day activation period again.

Again, if you are interested in getting an Only Natural Pet flea and tick tag, just click on this link.

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Caution

How to get rid of fleas

Recent Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) research, indicates that 50% of American families use some type of chemical flea and tick control on their pets.

In so doing, they are unwittingly exposing millions of pets, kids and indeed themselves to toxic chemicals on a daily basis.

Plus there is a similar knock on effect for people who work in the pet industry, e.g. groomers and boarding kennels. If you are a member of one of these families, or you work in the pet industry, then you must watch the following video.

It is fair to say if 50% of American families are using chemical flea and tick control, then a similar yard stick can be applied to other countries, e.g. Canada, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

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Halo Herbal Dip
for Dogs

 

 


Halo Herbal Eye Wash

 

 


Halo Herbal Ear Wash

 

 


Herbal Defense Shamp
& Cond Kit 2 - 16oz

 

 


Phero-Soothe Herbal
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Only Natural Pet
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My Dog Has Fleas  |  Treating Pets With Flea Allergies  |  Treating Pets With Fleas  |  Fleas in Carpets  |  Fleas in Furniture  |  Fleas in Curtains
Fleas in Beds  |  Fleas in Lawns and Yards  |  Fleas on Rabbits  |  Fleas Circuses  |  Home Flea Remedies  |  Stop The Fleas Products
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Follow these links and soak up the free information to gain a happier, healthier dog who thinks you are the best person on the planet!

Your dogs suffer in silence because they can't tell you about . . .

their painful teeth    |     their flea problems    |     or their allergies

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