No More Ticks and Fleas for Your Pet!

No more ticks and fleas

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Common anti-parasite products contain highly unpleasant insecticides (such as pyrethroid). Furthermore, the pharmaceutical industry makes stronger toxicants yearly because of the fact that parasites adapt rapidly, becoming progressively resistant.

Once applied to the pet, these chemical substances get into the blood stream via skin pours, by being inhaled or swallowing, and then they then linger in the pet’s liver cuasing very grave health issues, even cancer.

Each year thousands of pet deaths caused by unfavorable responses to chemical products are reported to the EPA.

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