Our product is one size fits all. The total length is around 62cm/24.40 inches. You can use a pair of scissors to cut off any excess as you require.
The DEWELPRO collar is a healthy alternative to collars and drops containing pesticides.
According to CBC Marketplace, over 2,000 pets have died in the US since 2008 because of exposure to noxious flea and tick treatments.
Marketplace found that pesticides were present in almost all collars and drops marketed as flea killers for cats.
Toxic substances in these collars are easily spread around your living space by pets.
Pesticides that kill fleas are clearly not healthy for pets. Equally disturbing is the finding that these contaminants may also be toxic for humans.
A growing body of evidence suggests that collars containing pesticides pose a serious danger for small children.
This appears to be true even at very low levels of exposure.Unlike our competitors, the DEWELPRO flea collar contains only natural ingredients with no harmful chemicals or pesticides.
DEWELPRO neutralizes parasites by scrambling their sensory systems and disabling them.
Here is what the collar contains:
Lemon eucalyptus oil is an antimicrobial agent and a natural insect repellent. It also soothes skin conditions and has a fresh scent
Citronella oil helps to keep your cat's skin healthy and clean.
Cedarwood oil kills and deters fleas. It increases your cat's blood circulation and helps to heal flea-induced dermatitis.
Lavender oil is an antibacterial and anti-itch oil. It promotes healing while relaxing the central nervous system. Here are the proportions of ingredients contained in the DEWELPRO flea and tick collar:
Lemon eucalyptus oil: 60%
Cedarwood oil: 25%
Citronella oil: 10%
Lavender oil: 5%
DEWELPRO flea and tick collar use 100% organic ingredients. Unlike chemical-filled collars and treatments that kill parasites using harmful toxins, our collars rely on natural ingredients to keep fleas and ticks at bay by paralyzing their senses with no Allergic reactions, itchy rashes, or Irritated Skin.
That’s because we just won’t go near toxins! We’re obsessed with the products we stock. We research every ingredient.
Ingredients like citronella oil and cedarwood essential oil act as natural repellents while also increasing circulation and nourishing skin.
Lemon eucalyptus and lavender provide antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that protect pets while healing and nourishing the skin.
Both humans and pets never have to worry about the skin rashes, allergic reactions, or neurological effects that are so commonly linked to traditional flea and tick treatments!
DEWELPRO flea collars are made in china, to keep the price as low and affordable as possible to our precious customers we source our product from overseas and pass along the savings to you, most of our customers have more than 3 fur babies, and they can't afford $70+ for one flea collar made from 100% organic ingredients and manufactured here in the United States, this is why we've tried to bring the best of both worlds.
Also, we have thousands of happy customers worldwide that have used the exact same collar with the exact same organic formula used for over 6000 years to kill and repel fleas and ticks with no side effects.
You have absolutely nothing to worry about, it's completely safe for your pet and the environment.
It's also very important to mention that some of the world's best quality brands are made in China (Apple for example) and we are so confident that our natural flea collar will keep your beloved pet Flea & Tick FREE with zero side effects this is why you have 90 days to put us to test if, for any reason or no reason at all you are not 100% satisfied, you'll receive a full refund & don't worry we'll still be friends.
Yes! There is no problem to put on and remove the collar as many times as you like.
Absolutely! Although submerging in water for long periods will reduce performance. We'd recommend removing the collar before your dog swims or bathes.
The ingredients are active for 8 months, at which point you should invest in a replacement.
NO. PLEASE Use only on dogs or cats depends on the collar. Do not let children play with this collar.
Over 150,000 dogs and cats die every year because of fleas and ticks. Fleas are tiny blood-sucking insects that can turn an apex predator cat into an itchy mess. The only way to restore your fur baby to health is to get rid of the fleas. The longer you wait, the worse it will get.Fleas don't just bite a few times and leave. Instead, they take up residence on your cat's body where they quickly get on with the business of reproduction. If nothing is done to stop them, they will continue to multiply and live happily ever after nourished by the blood of your cat.Hosting a flea population is unpleasant enough for a cat. However, fleas can cause serious illnesses that could potentially result in death. Flea bites are horribly itchy. When a flea-bitten cat starts to scratch, its sharp claws can create wounds that get infected. If a cat is allergic, it can quickly develop open sores caused by scratching. These kitties can develop crusty reddish bumps on their thighs, lower back, tummy, head and neck. To make matters worse, fleas can carry infectious agents like tapeworm. Kittens are especially vulnerable to flea infestations. They can easily get anemia from all the blood sucking. Fleas don't actually bite. Rather, they inject their proboscis into a blood vessel and suck until satisfied.
Fleas are very hardy pests that are quite capable of hitching rides on a variety of mammals. Wild animals or feral pets traveling through the environment may be a source for a pet’s exposure.Fleas may be brought to the house by: * You – attached to clothing, luggage, dog blankets, etc. * Your pet – any time your pet steps outside your house, they are potentially exposed to fleas, especially in areas where there are other animals. * Stray or homeless cats and dogs – since these animals are not being cared for, they are easy targets for fleas. A single feral cat walking through your backyard even just one time may drop many flea eggs into the grass or under shrubs. * Wildlife – particularly raccoons and opossums. These animals typically aren’t seen very often, because they are active at night. A single opossum can carry as many as 1,000 adult fleas! An opossum walking through your backyard even just one time can drop many flea eggs into the grass or under shrubs as they pass through. * Non-treated pets in the household – most dogs are treated for fleas and ticks. Often, the cats in the household are not, especially if they are indoor only cats. * Non-treated pets in the neighborhood – you may be vigilant about treating your pets for fleas, but your neighbor(s) may not.
#1- It should fit snugly and make contact with the skin
#2- Make it's sure the dog cannot remove it
#3- Follow the two-finger rules to keep your dog easy
#4- Always cut off the addition length
#5- Dispose off cut off pieces carefully and do not allow to fall it in the hand of kids
#6- Keep monitoring your dog for skin irritation and hair loss
#7-Change the collar after 8 months when it becomes ineffective
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