Preventic Amitraz Tick Collar for Dogs (19205)
This is the second time I have purchased these dog tick/flea collars. Arizona has a bad tick problem & these collars sure seem to work. A little pricey, compared to others, but worth it. I will buy again in the future!
Flea/ Tick Collars
We have two large breeds, and they stay outside, so it was hard to find an "OTC" product that worked. With the flea/ tick collars from Revival Animal Health we found just what we needed. It keeps them free from the irritation of flea bites and keeps ticks from sticking to them also, from their head to their toes (paws). Our next endeavor is checking Revival's Equine products, we have found our horse will not let us spray him down for horseflies, he is leary of a spray can, and he is too skiddish to let us get close enough to rub something on him, we are thinking maybe a pump spray that doesn't make any noise. I give them the highest rating, and I recommend Revival Animal Health care to anyone who needs the best, working products for their furry friends.
Preventic Amitraz Tick Collar for Dogs
The only collar around that actually kills ticks! The typical 'flea and tick collar' may be great for killing fleas but is basically worthless for killing ticks. The occasional tick I have found on my dogs, recently, has been dead and dehydrated. They usually fall off dead before you can find them. I would recommend this product to anyone with tick problems on their dogs. You will also be amazed at how effective it is.
This is the ONLY collar that really works on ticks. My dogs haven't had a tick since I put the collars on.
Preventic Tick Collar
I live on 40 acres of wooded land and have seven dogs. I have tried everything on the market for fleas and ticks. Preventic collars are the best I have ever used. My dogs will run the woods and come back free of everything, not even a seed tick. If a tick should make it's way on one of the dogs, within minutes it will drop off. I know when it's time to put new collars on because the dogs will start to scratch and become uncomfortable. When they see their new collars they all wait in line.