PET PROTECTOR GUIDE - for Fleas & Ticks
This year is promising to be a wildly horrifying year for Fleas & Ticks because of weather pattern affecting areas across the USA differently than years past. Pet Protector is excellent for Flea & Tick protection and on most dogs it works beautifully. Some dogs there are occasions it does not FULLY cover due to lower blood circulation on a continual basis, only partially so other things need to be in place during the high-tide time of the year with parasites. Sometimes due to vaccinations, feeling low from sickness or other issues can cause a lower blood circulation, but we won't know when it happens.
Also, with crazy weather and unseasonable issues in each region of the USA there are challenges too. Anyone having problems should put a 2nd on and there has is great feedback when doing this. Remember that dog over 70 to 80 lbs needs TWO Pet Protectors as do Humans who buy them during for hunting season and camping.
The challenge with this product is Blood Circulation and we cannot know when this happens, and that is when fleas & ticks will break through. This is why Flee Flea Essential Oils (contact Julee Samuli if you are interested) or other homemade flea and tick recipes are critical. Pet Protector is not a standalone product or 100%. Nothing out there is. This is where you’ll find the
Flea Recipe: http://www.limitlesspawsibilities.com/…/15_All-Natural_Flea…
Tick Recipe: http://www.limitlesspawsibilities.com/Going_Essential/Entries/2016/4/21_Natural_Tick_Repellent_with_Essential_Oils.html
There is a list of Oils NOT TO USE on pets on this website. Please be sure to make a note of them and contact your Essential Oil Specialist or ours; Julee Samuli at: email@example.com
During colder months, even with fleas and ticks there are not as many so when the blood circulation goes down they are still able to overcome it but using Flee Flea. So again when the Lower Blood Circulation hits, the disk must reset, so keeping the dog clean is key.
Remember this is not a magic disk, it works, but commitment is involved. Still better than using Frontline or other topical agents that are also not 100% effective. http://www.petprotector.org/?ID=23805
Here is what Milena Milivojevic sent from our corporate in Europe
As stated on our website; the Pet Protector Disc is 96.67% effective, not 100%. No anti-parasite product available guarantees 100% effectiveness, not even chemical products give 100% coverage. Our product is the safest and the most effective of them all, however, it is necessary to understand how the Pet Protector Disc works and how it should be used.
There are many things which influence the effectiveness of the Pet Protector Disc. How pets and their environments are treated prior to applying the Disc, the pet's size, the pet's physical condition (its blood circulation), whether the area in which they live/walk/play is an area of high infestation, etc.
The Pet Protector Disc works by using Scalar wave technology, but these waves cannot create a protective shield around the animals’ body if the animal has low energy levels, which is determined by blood circulation. This means that the Pet Protector Disc works differently on each pet, because each pet's blood circulation is different. Nevertheless on average, the Disc works with 96.67% effectiveness. This does not mean that out of 100 pets, the Disc will not effectively protect 3 pets and 97 pets will be 100% protected. It means that out of 100 days, if conditions remain constant for 97 days but then change for some reason for the last 3 days, the protective shield can weaken, exposing the animal to the possibility of being bitten by a flea or tick, which then may inhabit the pet and start breeding. This is why we openly state that our product is not 100% effective. An efficiency rate of 100% is impossible to find, even with the use of harsh chemical treatments.
It is misguided to believe that by wearing the Disc your pet will remain absolutely 100% flea and tick free over a 4-year period, nor is it correct to think that the Disc has stopped working entirely if the pet does get bitten by and tick or flea within this period. The Disc is still working, the protective shield is still there, but if your pet’s blood circulation was lower at that time, (which could be caused by various factors, even climate changes, but which did not harm your pet in any other way and therefore went unnoticed), this would be enough to reduce the strength of the shield, allowing for the bite to occur (especially if there was a high flea or tick infestation in your area).
We strongly recommend that you keep the Disc fastened to your pet’s collar and follow these instructions:
- Use an effective product which will terminate any existing fleas and their larvae that may be found on the animal
- Use a natural flea product from time to time in the future as well, especially before taking the pet into highly infested areas
- Comb your pet thoroughly after exposing it to highly infected areas
- Keep the house and/or yard (depending on whether your pet is an indoor or an outdoor pet) as clean as possible, treating the area(s) with a natural flea repellent product.
All these steps should be taken if your pet is already wearing the Pet Protector Disc on, and it should remain fastened to your pet’s collar, even while using a natural pest killer to clean your pet and their environment again.
In conclusion, do everything you possibly can to prevent parasites from inhabiting your pet, but try to use natural products as much as possible, products that do not contain hazardous chemicals. The Pet Protector Disc will do the heavy lifting for you, but because it cannot guarantee 100% protection 100% of the time, we recommend combining the Pet Protector with other natural products as mentioned above (natural flea/tick sprays or shampoos) in order to ensure the best possible protection for your pet.
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