The FleaProtector(TM) gives your pet protection from Fleas, Ticks, and Mosquitos for 8 months!
Tampa, Florida Sep 16, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Omg! My dog has fleas! Don’t worry FleaProtector got you covered.
Fleas and dogs go together like peanut butter and jelly, but with less flavor.
This external catastrophe has been around since the Jurassic! It used to cause itching problems for our long-lost dinosaur friends. But unlike millions of years ago, now there are flea removal solutions. One of them is The FleaProtector flea collar. In this article, we’ll cover everything dog owners need to know to not only “scratch” the surface of flea and tick prevention, but to prevent these pesky critters. Next, we will discuss the FleaProtector Flea Collar, one of the most popular flea collar brands on the market today. We also will focus on toxic chemicals that may be in other Anti-Flea collars, which you want to avoid.
Interesting facts about fleas:
Before fighting fleas, let’s get to know your enemy better with some interesting facts about fleas. Did you know…
The most common flea is Ctenocephalides felis, or “cat flea” found in Canada and the United States.
More than 2000 species of fleas are known. Fleas live in four stages: egg, larva, pupae, and adult.
A female flea can lay about 5,000 eggs in two to three months. Females require a blood meal to lay their eggs and can eat up to 15 times their body weight per day.
Fleas can jump 110 times their length. It is equivalent to a normal person jumping off a 30-story building!
When a flea jumps, it is 20 times faster than a spaceship.
Fleas can be found throughout the United States. They like warm, humid conditions, so infection is usually more severe in mid-to-late summer and early fall.
In some parts of the United States, this can be a big problem year-round.
If fleas invade your home, they can survive the winter as long as you can find a place before the cold hits, which can cause problems for pets. They may also play a role in the transmission of tapeworm and cat scratch fever to humans.
Fleas have 4 stages. Eggs, larvae, pupae, and adults.
Flea treatment kills some or all stages of the flea life cycle. For this reason, manufacturers choose very specific chemicals.
However, some chemicals have been shown to be toxic to both pets and humans.
Toxic chemicals to avoid from flea collars:
Amitraz is a chemical used in both Flea treatments and flea collars. This chemical is potentially carcinogenic and can affect your pet’s endocrine system, such as the ovaries, testicles, and various sweat glands. Carbamate-based chemicals (propox, fenoxycarb, carbaryl)
Found in Anti-Flea Collars, dust, sediment, and sprays, these chemicals are toxic to the nervous systems of pets, humans, and bees. All three of these chemicals are considered carcinogens. In addition, residues of propoxur-containing collars in the fur of pets are particularly dangerous for children and animals.
Organophosphate (tetrachlorvinphos (TCVP))
Often found in flea sprays, powders, and Anti-Flea Collars, this chemical is carcinogenic and can be toxic to the nervous and endocrine systems of pets and humans. These are the most common toxic chemicals to avoid on your dog’s collar. Now let’s discuss some safe and effective options to get rid of these pesky fleas.
Fleaprotector Anti-Flea collar is a safe and effective Collar. It is Manufactured for Fleaprotector LLC (American Company), the Pet collar uses two active ingredients that work in combination with each other to deliver protection against both fleas and ticks for up to 8 months. Unlike other collars which use high dosages of these chemicals, FleaProtector takes a measured and safe concentrated approach for the safety of your pets.
Two active and safe FleaProtector flea pesticides:
This chemical is similar to the nicotine found in cigarettes and is highly toxic to sucking insects.
A common ingredient in over 400 pet, garden, and household products. It is available in powder, liquid, granules, and water-soluble packets.
What is the effect of imidacloprid? When an insect ingests this chemical, it begins to block the nervous system, preventing individual nerves from sending signals.
This chemical is highly toxic to insects because it binds to insect neuron receptors better than mammals and birds. It works and is effective in both flea larvae and adult stages.
Another good news is that there is no evidence in lab tests that imidacloprid is carcinogenic, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The second active ingredient in the FleaProtector is flumethrin, which blocks the parasite’s central nervous system, killing and repelling nymphal, larval, and adult ticks.
– While Belonging to the cyanopyrethroid family (insecticides), small dosages found in Anti-Flea Collars do not pose a risk to dogs, cats, or humans. Cats are more susceptible to fleas than dogs, and most fleas that Dogs catch are cat flea varieties. Senior researchers concluded that if it worked for cats, it would be even more beneficial for dogs.
How does the FleaProtector collar work?
The Fusion of the two active ingredients creates a synergistic effect that is preserved in an innovative “polymeric matrix” in the FleaProtector Anti-Flea Collar. The middle layer of the collar has the highest concentration of both components.
As the molecules migrate to the surface of the FleaProtector collar, their concentration decreases, forming microlayers. Then, when the hair/skin comes into contact with the micro coal, the ingredients are released into the dog, spreading the treatment throughout the dog’s body.
The medicine accumulates so that your dog starts to get protected from fleas and ticks within the first 48 hours. However, some people have found that it takes longer. It is recommended that you put the FleaProtector collar on your pet a week before Flea & tick season starts to keep your Pet safe and healthy. Of course, like any other chemical, the effect will wear off eventually. That’s why the FleaProtector collar slowly releases its chemical properties to protect your dog from these biting pests for up to 8 months.
It’s also waterproof, so it’ll keep working if your dog gets in the water or goes outside in the rain. This highly innovative and safe flea collar has taken the flea treatment market by storm. Currently at the forefront of safe and effective protection against fleas and ticks.
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Source :Fleaprotector LLC
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