WHAT IS PET PROTECTOR?
The Pet Protector is a metal disc charged with atom of scalar waves that repel all external parasites, especially fleas and ticks. It is designed for external use only.
The Pet Protector disc works without incorporating any battery, the POWERsupply is the "earthly magnetic field" and the animal motion in it. Attach the Pet Protector disc to the pet's collar. To guarantee effectiveness it should stay attached to the collar permanently including when you give your pet a bath or even if you have your pet x-rayed by your veterinarian.
These scalar waves create a protective field, driving away all external parasites and stopping new ones being hosted by your pet. Pet Protector is used to prevent fleas and ticks and it is one of the safest anti-parasitic systems. It is effective in dogs and cats of any age (even newborns) and weight, including sick, convalescent and pregnant pets.
There are thousands of pesticides, oral medications, sprays, dips, shampoos, and powders that are approved to control fleas and ticks on cats and dogs. Some products kill only ticks or adult fleas-others break the flea life cycle by preventing flea eggs from developing into adult fleas. Most of those products contain insecticides, which should not be used on pets that are sickly, pregnant, or nursing, or with certain drugs that may interact with the insecticide.
Insecticide can endanger the health of your pet, especially the liver. After applying the product, if your pet shows symptoms of illness after treatment, call your veterinarian. Symptoms of poisoning may include poor appetite, depression, vomiting, diarrhea, or excessive salivation.
The Pet Protector disc is not such a product. The Pet Protector disc works without an insecticide and can be used in sick, convalescent and pregnant dogs and cats. You don't need to use protective gloves and wash your hands after touching it.
There are NO CONTRAINDICATIONS!
WHY CHOOSE PET PROTECTOR?
Other chemical anti-parasite products provide up to maximum 90 % effectiveness.
Compared with other anti-parasite products that have to be applied over and over every few months, Pet Protector is your pet's guardian for a 4 year period. If you compare how much money you would have to spend for another product in a 4 year period, Pet Protector costs 5 times less!
** For a limited time ~ 2 year protection is still available as well
Pet Protector is NON-TOXIC and contains NO CHEMICAL elements.
Pet Protector helps better blood circulation and therefore strengthens the immune system and initiates detoxification!
PET PROTECTOR for PUPPIES AND KITTENS
Pet Protector disc can be used from the first day of your pet's life.
It's important for pet owners WHO USE CHEMICAL PRODUCTSto read the label and follow the directions carefully. If the label states that the product is for animals of a certain age or older, don't use the product on pets that are younger. Puppies and kittens are usually too young for chemical products against fleas and ticks.
Pet Protector is non-toxic and contains no chemical elements; THEREFORE IS COMPLETELY SAFE FOR YOUR NEWBORN PET. No need to wash your hands after touching it or to prevent your children playing with their pet.
Pet Protector is not a chemical product and it does not kill the parasite, but only protects your pet from parasite attacks. It is important that your pet is completely chemically cleaned of visible ticks and fleas, and specially their invisible larvae before placing the Pet Protector disc.
7-20 days (depending on pet's size) is a period of "receiving" the frequency from the Pet Protector disc, which is why it is important that your pet does not have any larvae of the parasite, which could acclimatise to the new frequency and continue breeding. OTHERWISE, PARASITE LARVAE WILL ACCLIMATISE TO THE NEW ENVIRONMENT, BECOME RESISTANT AND CONTINUE TO REPRODUCE.
It is important to remember that the Pet Protector Disc uses a natural approach to repel external parasites, which will take longer to become fully effective than chemical pesticides. It is recommended, that in such conditions, the pets wear 2 Pet Protector Discs. If your house or your pet is already infested with external parasites, treat your pet as recommended above before attaching the Pet Protector Disc and vacuum indoor areas thoroughly, treat your floors, your pet's furniture, and any other infested furniture with chemical product for parasite elimination.
We do not guarantee 100 % efficiency in repelling external parasites. The Pet Protector Disc is scientifically tested and proven as 95% efficient and 100% safe for animals and humans. There is no 100% efficient product in the anti-parasite industry. The Pet Protector Disc decreases the usage of chemical anti-parasite products and if properly applied, it guarantees repelling external parasites with 95% efficiency.
How do they enter the house?
Infestations in houses can explode to very high levels quickly. Typically, a few ticks are brought into the house or kennel, often on a dog which has been away from home. The early stages of the infestation.
Why should I worry about fleas?
Since fleas can be carriers of worms and diseases, keeping your pet flea-free helps to keep it healthy. In addition, many pets and people are allergic to flea-bites..
Conventional wisdom and older studies that studied rat fleas suggest that fleas spend only part of their time on your pet; this is not true. There are different varieties of fleas, and the primary flea infesting dogs and cats in North America and large areas of Europe is the cat flea (yes on dogs, too). This flea, not as well studied as the rat flea actually spends all of its adult life on the host under normal conditions. Eggs are laid on the host and dropped off into the environment. Thus you can often find eggs wherever your pets spend time: on their bedding, all over the house, in the backyard.
A good preventive method is to put down towels everywhere your pet normally lies and then wash those towels once a week. Deposited flea eggs are therefore cleaned out regularly. Regular vacuuming and emptying of the vacuum bag also helps, independently of any method or methods you choose to do, since that eliminates or reduces food sources for the larvae.
What is the lifecycle of fleas?
You must keep in mind the life cycle of the flea.
From egg to larva to adult passes between three to six weeks: to get rid of fleas in your house, you must break this cycle. As a practical matter, this means you will almost certainly have to repeat your efforts in several weeks to catch the fleas from the larvae that didn't get destroyed the first time around. This is also why it is important to address the problem of the eggs and larvae as well as the adult fleas.
After taking a blood meal, fleas either lay eggs on your pet or in its surrounding environment. Eggs on your pet are often shed onto its bedding or into the carpet. A pair of fleas may produce 20,000 fleas in 3 months. Eggs hatch after 2-12 days into larvae that feed in the environment -- generally on digested blood from adult fleas and other food matter in their environment. The food required at this stage is microscopic, and even clean carpets often offer plenty of food to the larvae. The larvae are little wiggles about 3-4 millimeters long, you may see some if you inspect your pet's bedding carefully. Larvae molt twice within 2-200 days and the older larvae spin a cocoon in which they remain for one week to one year. When in this cocoon stage the young flea is invulnerable to any kind of insecticide and to low, even freezing, temperatures. Only sufficient warmth and the presence of a host can cause them to emerge. This long cocooning period explains why fleas are so difficult to eradicate.
What about the Flea collars?
Flea collars aren't effective and may even be bad for your pet's health. Some of the herbal ones smell nice and that's about it.
Ultrasonic and electronic flea collars are not known to work.
How can I tell if my pet has fleas?
To check if your pet has fleas, part its hair and look for:
How to choose your methods
There are several ways to kill or discourage fleas. Some are synthetic chemicals, some are considered "natural", and both work with varying degrees. No method is 100% effective and you will almost always have to combine several approaches to get the results you want. Some methods are applicable for indoor pets, but useless for indoor/outdoor pets. You need to choose the set of approaches that best addresses your situation.
Keep in mind that there are regional differences among fleas: what works well in one area may not work well in other areas. You should consult a LOCAL vet, vet tech, or dog groomer to see what is known to be effective in your area. If you think you're getting biased opinions, ask several people and see what they concur on. Don't rely on the products available at your local store; there are too many that are just distributed nationally.
Finally, you may find that you need to switch your approaches around from year to year. If you use the same product several years in a row, you may find the effectiveness to have lessened. Additionally, some years are worse than others, depending on the previous winter, and you may need to strike earlier with stronger methods some years or relax a bit with milder methods another year.
Is necessary to comb my pet?
Flea combs with fine teeth that snag fleas are commercially available. It is helpful to have a small dish of ammonia-laced water on hand to kill the fleas on the comb rather than trying to nail each one by hand. Alternatively, mix a few drops of detergent into the dish of water so that there is no surface tension and fleas dropped into the treated water will drown. Use a metal comb; the plastic ones are too flexible and allow the fleas to escape.
You will typically find the most fleas along your pet's back, groin area, and at the base of the tail. This by itself will never rid your pet from fleas since flea larvae may also be in bedding, furniture and carpet. It is, however, useful to keep an eye on the flea population, and if used as a preventive measure, this method can keep them in check.
If you have a major infestation, though, you will have to get rid of most of the fleas before you can use just a comb on your pet.
What are Ticks?
Ticks are in the phylum of animals called Arthropoda (jointed appendage). This phylum is the largest in the animal kingdom. There are over 850 different species of ticks, and they parasitize every class of terrestrial vertebrate animal, including amphibians.
Ticks are small rounded arachnids that cling to one spot and do not move. They insert their head under the skin and engorge themselves on the blood. Ticks carry disease, which means that you should have yourself or your pets checked after you find ticks.
On the one hand, ticks are a little easier to deal with since they remain outdoors, and do not infest houses the way fleas do; on the other hand, they carry more dangerous diseases and are harder to find.
There are two basic types of ticks. Soft ticks, the argasids, are distinguished by their soft, leathery cuticle and lack of scutum. They can be recognized easily by their subterminal mouthparts that are on the underside of the tick. Soft ticks when engorged with blood blow up like a balloon. Soft ticks are fast feeders, being able to tank up in a matter of hours. Hard ticks, the Ixodids, have a hard plate on the dorsal surface and have terminal mouthparts. When attaching, a tick will slice open the skin with the mouthparts and then attach itself. They also secrete a cement that hardens and holds the tick onto the host. Hard ticks are slow feeders, taking several days to finish their bloodmeal.
During feeding a tick may extract up to 8 ml of blood, they can take 100X their body weight in blood. Interestingly, they concentrate the blood during feeding and will return much of the water to the host while losing some by transpiration through the cuticle.
How to remove a Tick?
When you find a tick, use tweezers to pick up the body and pull s-l-o-w-l-y and gently, and the mouthparts will release. You should see a small crater in your dog's skin, if you see what looks like black lines, you've left the head of the tick in. At this point, if your dog is mellow enough, you should try and pick it out. Otherwise, you may need to take your pet to the vet’s, as the head parts will lead to an infection.
Ticks carry a lot of rickettsial diseases, including Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, so you should wash your hands thoroughly with soap after handling a tick. Some veterinarians will put on gloves, smear one finger with a bit of mineral oil and massage the protruding part of the tick for a minute or so. The tick will back out.
Lyme disease is usually carried by tiny deer ticks (two other kinds of ticks have also been identified as carriers), which are the size of a pinhead. You must search yourself or your pet over very carefully to find this kind of ticks.
If you or your pet end up with Lymes...you may want to consider contacting us for help. We've had great results using herbal medicines.
What do Ticks produce?
Ticks are the most important arthropod in transmitting diseases to domestic animals and run a close second to mosquitoes in arthropod borne human diseases. They transmit a greater variety of infectious agents than any other type of arthropod. Ticks can cause disease and illness directly. They are responsible for anemia due to blood loss, dermatosis due to salivary secretions, and ascending tick paralysis due to neurotoxins in the salivary secretions. They also can be the vector of other diseases.
What is the lifecycle of Ticks?
All ticks have four life cycle stages. Adult ticks produce eggs. A female tick can produce up to 20,000 eggs. Mating usually occurs on a host, after which the female must have a blood meal in order for the eggs to develop. Ixodid ticks are unusual in that mating does not occur on the host. The eggs are laid in the soil or leaf litter after the female drops off the host. These eggs hatch into a stage known as the larva. The larva is the smallest stage and can be recognized by having only 3 pairs of legs. These "seed ticks" are produced in great numbers. They must find a host and take a blood meal in order to molt to the next stage called the nymph. If the nymph can feed on a host, it will develop into the adult tick.
Ticks vary greatly in how long this cycle takes and the number of hosts involved. Some ticks are one-host ticks; the entire cycle occurs on that one host. Others use two hosts, some three and some of the soft ticks are multi-host ticks.
Ticks require high humidity and moderate temperature. Juvenile ticks usually live in the soil or at ground level. They will then climb up onto a blade of grass or the leaf of a plant to await a potential host. They will sense the presence of a host and begin the questing behavior, standing up and waving their front legs.
They are able to sense a vibration, a shadow, a change in CO2 level, or temperature change. When unsuccessful in their "quest" they become dehydrated and will climb back down the plant to the ground to become rehydrated. Then back up the plant, etc., until they are successful or they die. Some ticks have been known to live for over 20 years and they can live for a very long time without food. Their favored habitat is old field-forest eco zone.
One way to cut down the number of ticks is to keep the area mowed.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Professor Jose Alberto Rodriguez, head of the Animal Pathology Department at Faculty of Veterinary Science of the Complutense University of Madrid worked hard to discover new ways of treating and preventing fleas and ticks.
As Director of the investigations team, he conducted a trial named The Insecticide Evaluation of Catan’dogs Pet Protector, on the “European brown tick” (Rhipicephalus Sanguineus) in dogs, in natural conditions.
He studied the repellent action of the Pet Protector disc used on dogs from a group situated in a rural area of Castilla La Mancha, the area with the greatest natural infestation of ticks and fleas in dogs.
The duration of the project was 2 months. The results were astonishing. The group of dogs with a tag produced a significant decrease on day 28 and ticks disappeared from that day onwards.
On day 61 they did not find any. In the animals without the tags, the presence of ticks on days 28 & 61 is highlighted (but we did not observe any decrease in their number on the day of the recount, compared with Day 1.)
Pet Protector is over 95% effective, which is proven for at least up to 4 years, after which it should be replaced.
HOW IT WORKS?
Pet Protector disc works without incorporating any battery, the POWER supply is the "earthly magnetic field" and the animal motion in it.
Pet Protector disc is aluminum ‘charged’ with electromagnetic & scalar waves using Lenz Law principle to repel fleas and ticks. These waves create a protective, bio-resonance field, driving away parasites and preventing new ones from being hosted by your pet.
Pet Protector disc is designed for external use. Pet Protector disc is one of the safest treatments against ticks and fleas.
Pet Protector has the following certifications and scientific studies:
* University of Vetrinarian Science, Madrid
* Scientific Institute Jovellanos, Baracaldo, Spain
All prices are in USD