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.
Lemon eucalyptus………. 60%
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.
Fleas are small insects about 1-2 mm in length. Adult fleas live in the coat and bedding of dogs, cats and other animals and feed on their blood. The female adult lays eggs (up to 500 per flea per day!) which roll off the animal into the environment, and then hatch into larvae. The larvae burrow into the carpet or soft furnishings, or into any small crevices, then form a sticky cocoon and enter the pupae stage. The pupae can stay in this state for up to two years. The adult flea will only emerge once it senses that there is a suitable host nearby (using signals such as vibration and carbon dioxide levels). The new adult flea then uses its powerful legs to jump onto the passing animal and start the cycle all over again.
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
Our flea & tick collar is completely safe, but that does not mean it can be used in all conditions and stages. They are conditions when we don't strongly recommend our collar to be used like:
# Puppies below 10 weeks
# Dogs with serious skin conditions
# Dogs in the recovery stage
We recommend bathing BEFORE applying product. DEWEL™ PRO is water-resistant and remains effective following a shampoo treatment, swimming or after exposure to rain or sunlight. Under normal conditions, effectiveness lasts for 8 months. In order to maintain an eight-month duration, dogs must not be bathed more than once per month. For dogs that swim once a month or more, the control duration is reduced to 5 months for flea control and reduced to 7 months for tick control. There is no need to remove the collar for bathing. Please use a non-stripping, pet shampoo.
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