Natural Flea and Tick Control for Dogs and Cats That Really Works

All NATURAL Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats That Really Works

Natural Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats That Really Works

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It’s that’s time of year again and ticks and fleas are making themselves known everywhere, now more than ever!  Your dogs and cats are very susceptible to tick bites and tick-borne diseases.  Vaccines are not available for all the tick-borne diseases that your pets can get, and they don’t keep them from bringing ticks into your home. I’m about to introduce you to natural flea and tick control for dogs and cats that really works.

Natural Flea and Tick Control for Dogs and Cats That Really WorksIt’s that’s time of year again and ticks and fleas are making themselves known everywhere, now more than ever!  Your dogs and cats are very susceptible to tick bites and tick-borne diseases.  Vaccines are not available for all the tick-borne diseases that your pets can get, and they don’t keep them from bringing ticks into your home. I’m about to introduce you to natural flea and tick control for dogs and cats that really works.

TripleSure® Natural Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats

1. Kills Fleas and Ticks on contact
(and Bed Bugs too)

2. Repels Fleas, Ticks, Mosquitoes, Flies and Bees

3. Retards new Insect Infestations

Why Natural Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Why do the labels on popular flea and tick products tell you not to handle your pet for 24 to 48 hours after treatment?
  • Why do they tell you their flea killer or squeeze-on is not systemic? They want you to believe their toxic poisons are not absorbed into your pet’s blood stream. But the only way their treatment kills fleas and ticks is by the insect drinking the blood of the animal.
  • What’s more, what are the big drug company execs telling your veterinarian to trick him or her into prescribing costly and dangerous chemical flea killers and spot-ons that often don’t work?
  • Even worse, where do the drug companies hide the laboratory results of the unfortunate animals they test their products on for EPA registration?
  • And finally, how do they get away with calling their product a natural flea and tick control when the active ingredients are toxic chemicals?

Appallingly, EPA test results (on file in Washington, DC) show ALL of today’s most popular name brand chemical flea killers, tick controls and spot-ons (all the familiar names) are linked to devastating health effects including:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Convulsions
  • Excessive whining, barking, crying
  • Aggressive behavior
  • Body twitches/tremors
  • Stiffened limbs
  • Unsteady gait
  • Lack of co-ordination
  • Labored breathing
  • Thyroid cancer
  • Liver enlargement/toxicity
  • Liver and lung tumors
  • Enlarged kidneys
  • Brain lesions
  • Increased miscarriages
  • Smaller offspring
  • Headache
  • Depression
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

Natural Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats

TripleSure® Natural Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats contains only the pure essentials, and

  • No GMOs
  • No fillers
  • No grains
  • No yeast
  • No gluten
  • No sugars
  • No alcohol
  • No binders
  • No excipients
  • No starches
  • Nothing synthetic to cheapen the formula

… all products proudly made in the USA
… all hand-crafted by our Master Herbalist and expert staff
… all USDA Certified Organic or ethically Wildharvested, human food grade, alcohol-free ingredients.

 “This remarkable natural flea control & tick remedy is a scientific blend of natural plant extracts. Made in the USA with local ingredients, our TripleSure® is manufactured to human grade standards. Now you can eliminate harmful fleas & ticks without endangering your loved ones”

How to Tell if Your Dog or Cat Have Ticks

Tick bites on dogs and cats may be hard to detect. Signs of tick-borne disease may not appear for 7-21 days or longer after a tick bite, so watch your pets closely for changes in behavior or appetite if you suspect that they have been bitten by a tick.

To reduce the chances that a tick will transmit disease to you or your pets:

  • Check your pets for ticks daily, especially after they spend time outdoors.
  • If you find a tick on your pet, remove it right away.
  • Ask your veterinarian to conduct a tick check at each exam.
  • Talk to your veterinarian about tick-borne diseases in your area.
  • Reduce tick habitat in your yard.

Ticks and Fleas

Natural Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats That Really Works

SOURCES: 

Natural Wonder Pets

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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You might also like to read, Protect Your Pet From Flea-Borne Diseases!

and

How to Safely Remove a Tick From a Dog, Cat or Even Yourself, EWW!

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MY QUESTION FOR YOU TODAY:  Psst!  Have you seen them yet?  The dreaded fleas and ticks?  We have.  There are already more here this year than there has ever been.  I even saw one on myself yesterday!  YIKES!  Stay tuned for more article about fleas, ticks, and tick-borne diseases.

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33 thoughts on “All NATURAL Flea and Tick Spray for Dogs and Cats That Really Works

  1. Fleas and ticks are small critters with a big impact, because they have the advantage of numbers – big numbers. Ticks can carry illnesses like Lyme disease, which can affect both humans and animals. Fleas can transmit tapeworms through their bites.

  2. Wow, thanks for bringing this to my attention, I’l be sure to check out some of those natural remedies for fleas. Thanks!

  3. Thank you for the reminder that I need to ask about flea and tick care this weekend. It’s time for our kitties to get their vaccines again and to get their check-ups. I’ve been so focused on my black cat’s weight and her diet that I wouldn’t have thought to ask about how to protect her. She loves to dash through the front door if you leave it open more than 10 seconds, and hide under the bay window.
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  4. I want to try a Natural Flea and Tick product but my Pom, Molly can not wear a collar, she scratches and I have spoiled her and allowed her to go free . Sometimes on a hiking trail I put on a soft cloth halter, she still scratches at it but not as bad. So I am not sure how I could use this. Many small dogs from being down sized, have issues with their breathing pipe my vet said and I clarified that it is true. So they do not recommend collars but halters instead. Any Ideas?

    • Hey Kathleen, I’m not sure what you mean by your comment. I don’t mention wearing collars or halters with this Natural Flea and Tick product. It’s a spray, actually, and should not be a problem for your Molly. Keep me posted!

  5. i have tried many all natural flea and tick remedies, the only one that i have been successful with is by nature’s farmacy. i have tried over 20 brands. but i will look into this brand as well. i now have my fleas and ticks under control. never had a problem with fleas til a offered to keep a friend of mines dog for weeks at a time. then i had fleas everywhere. lived in my house for over 10 yrs and never a flea. i was pissed. she knew her dog had fleas and i told do not bring your dog to my house if she has fleas, she was not even hear 1 min and i found fleas on her. i had fleas everywhere, my house, my dog pen. took me over 1 yr to get rid of them and hundreds of dollars. she never apologized or offered to pay to help.

    • Aww, Sandy, that sounds like a nightmare. Too bad that had to happen. Fleas are such a bugger to get rid of once you have an infestation. I’ve experienced it in the past, and it’s no fun. Fortunately, we haven’t had any fleas here in my house either. None! Ticks, however, are another matter. There haven’t been many though, and it’s manageable. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Thanks for your comment, Terri. I hate all the chemicals too. It’s terrible how their in everything now, including what we eat. I’m going to go check out your post now about the Mango Orange Smoothie. YUM.

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