How Preventic Collar for Dogs Helps Fight Ticks

To prevent, killing, and the detachment of ticks, the Preventic Amitraz Tick Collar for Dogs can be of ultimate help.  As long as your dog is carrying the collar around its neck, prevention will last up to 3 months. This tick collar also prevents new ticks from attaching and feeding within 48 hours of use. This effective dog collar has amitraz, a very powerful ingredient that kills and prevents ticks up to 90 days. The collar can save your dog from various species of ticks such as Brown Dog Tick, American Dog Tick, Lone Star Tick and the Deer Tick (the major carrier of Lyme disease).

The Preventic Collar has to be used on dogs 12 weeks or older. This water resistant tick killer gives your dog the liberty to keep their play mode on in all circumstances. The collars are available in 2 sizes and safe when used as directed. It is over 97% effective against ticks for up to 3 months. It kills the ticks carrying tickborne diseases such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.

How it works

Amitraz, an antiparasitic drug is the active ingredient in this collar. It paralyzes the mouth parts of the ticks before killing them. Preventing the attachment of the ticks it prevents the transmission of the disease. The collar can also save your dog from mites, lice, and other animal pests.

Cautions to use Preventic Collar

Amitraz is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) and it should not be given to the dogs which are already on some other MAOI such as Anipryl or selegiline. People who are suffering from diabetes should use this product with care. They should wash their hands thoroughly after administering this collar on their dogs. While putting this collar on their dog, you should use rubber gloves.

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