Flea and Tick Repellent for Dogs

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Finding a safe and natural flea and tick repellent for dogs that is not made of harmful chemicals can be challenging.

Fortunately, it is not impossible.

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I've found one that not only works, but works without doing harm to my dogs.

After years of using Frontline on my Shih Tzu dogs to control those biting insects, I had a revelation that if the chemicals in this product were killing these insects, what was it doing to my dogs?

So I decided to try a different approach, something that would not have all the chemicals and preferably something that would repel these pest from getting near my boys.

So off I went in search of a natural flea and tick prevention that could do the job, here is what I found...a Flea and Tick Tag.

What is a flea and tick tag?

It's a small bio-energetic treated tag that you attach to your pets collar that is a natural flea and tick repellent, and is 100% chemical & pesticide free. 

It works with your pet's own natural energy to send out frequencies that repel biting insects, including fleas, ticks, as well as mosquitoes. 

And...it's completely safe for pets and people!

Does this flea and tick repellent really work?

I have found that this little tag has worked amazingly well.  No squeezing, no spraying, and no messy liquids.  Simple attach it to his collar.

However, there are a couple of the things that you will need to know.

  1. If your dog already has fleas and ticks on him, they will have to be eliminated first.

  2. It may take about three weeks for the tag to acclimate to your pet

Don't be discouraged, this isn't as hard as it may seem.

Removing the fleas and tick can easily be done with a good natural shampoo, flea comb, tick remover tool, and a weekly bath.

The more I learned about this tag, the more intriguing it was.  And since it is guaranteed to protect my dogs from biting insects, I decided to give it a try. 

So I bought the Easy Defense Flea and Tick Tag from Only Natural Pet.  Here it is on Rufus in the photo below.

Black and white Shih Tzu wearing Only Natural tick repellent tag

The first couple weeks I noticed a pretty big difference in how many ticks were crawling on them, and absolutely no fleas.  As an added bonus, Rufus was no longer itching. Yay!

I even saw mosquitoes hovering over Max, but never making contact, and then just fly away.

It's been several months and I am thrilled with the results.  My boys have been flea free and mostly tick free too, just an occasional tick here and there, even after walking through the woods. 

And with the added benefit of being able control the ticks and fleas without the toxic chemicals.

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"The CDC hasn't received any reports of pets or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19, and no evidence that companion animals (pets) can spread COVID-19. 

However, if you are sick with COVID-19, you should restrict contact with pets and other animals, just like you would around other people"

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