Anyone tried pet protector yet?

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    trinden Active Member

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    Guys, i've been using this product for about 6th mths now for my cats and dogs and if i did not experience for myself i would not have believed.I know exactly what you are going through when you try to keep your pet flea and tick-free. No matter how much money you spend on popular flea and tick products, those nasty pests keep coming back, and your pet is never safe; very dangerous, even deadly diseases threaten your pet on a daily basis. What’s more, those popular products you’ve been treating your pet with contain extremely harmful insecticides, which cause your pet serious health problems and can potentially poison the rest of your family!
    The good news is that science has finally advanced to the point where you can protect your pet from fleas and ticks in the long run without poisoning them. Now, that’s what I call a revolutionary discovery!
    I would like to invite you to watch a short video about the Pet Protector Disc, a product which successfully repels fleas, ticks and mosquitoes for an incredible 4-year period and is 100% chemical-free! What’s more, compared to how much you would spend on toxic flea repellent products, Pet Protector will save you more than $1,300!
    Go to http://www.petprotector.org/products?ID=13840 and let me know what you think
     

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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing! Do you think they sell those in Europe as well? It sounds like a really good product, I like the fact it's not harmful for pets :) Sometimes it's so hard to keep our dogs completely flea free! Ticks are not a problem for my dog, but fleas are.
     
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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    This sounds like a really great product! I hope it's available in Europe. I've been looking for a 100% chemical-free tick repellent for a long time now. Thank you for the recommendation, Trinden:)
     
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    yes i do believe you can get it in Europe..actually it's world wide :)
     
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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    This is good to know, thank you. I'll definitely look for it in pet stores in my city. I hope it won't be very expensive here.
     
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    cannot buy it in pet stores..only through the web at this time..it's $73.40(not sure how much that is where you are) and it last for 4 yrs..go back to the site at http://www.petprotector.org/products?ID=13840 and purchase it.It works great for my dogs and cat.I've been using it for 6mths now
     
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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the information. On one hand, $73.40 is quite expensive. On the other hand, I pay $20 for an insect repellent collar that lasts only for a year.
     
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    I understand..but just remember this is used for flees,ticks and mosquitoes..one product for all pest and it's all natural :)
     
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    So if Homer sits on my knees he'll repel mosquitoes from both of us?;) It would be great. Most dog products repel only fleas and ticks.
     
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    This is great. I hope it's avalible in UK. Tick removers ate filled with chemicals that I don't want in max. This is great. Finally bye bye ticks.
     
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    Trinden, I'll definitely let you know when I get it. It may take some time though, because my parents already bought Homer a new insect repellent collar.
     
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    Yes it's available worldwide but you could only get it at http://www.petprotector.org/products?ID=13840 it's not available in stores yet.It really works
     
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    no problem
     
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    If it goes for 4 solid years, the Pet Protector should be worth considering though forking out $73 at one go without prior foolproof effectiveness from prior use looks a bit tricky. I have seen a dirt cheap solution being used by one of my uncles and it involves smearing the canine with spent engine oil to suffocate the respiratory pathways of the parasites. And it works.
     
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