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Affordable & effective parasitic control

Going natural for flea, tick, mosquito and mite control is the most affordable and cost-effective protection available for your dog.

Compare the cost of an Easy Defense Tag with its one year life span against the expense of other flea and parasitic control medications, which must be continually reapplied on a regular basis. Not only will it save you money, it also offers these additional benefits:

  • Completely safe for your pet with no possible side effects
  • Repels mosquitoes in addition to fleas and ticks
  • Guaranteed to protect your pet from biting insects e.g. mites.

Important Note - If Your Pet Has Fleas:

The Easy Defense Tag is designed for flea and tick prevention, not eliminating infestations. If your pet is already infested by fleas, this means their environment is also infested, and the flea and tick tag on its own will not be enough to remove the infestation. To eliminate existing flea infestations, we strongly recommend complementing the tag with other natural flea removal products:

The Easy Defense Flea & Tick Tag takes just three weeks to activate, and must be clipped to a flea and tick free dog who is kept flea and tick free for the duration of the activation period until protection clicks in.

The tag offers long-lasting protection for your pooch and you will not only gain a happy healthy dog but gain more for your buck. Just clip it on and forget it!


Cataracts in dogs can be treated
and reversed!

Herbal nutrient formula exposes mainstream
medicine's "big myth"

reversing cataracts in dogs

Cataracts in dogs and cats have been successfully treated and reversed in clinical studies using a special nutrient-rich herbal formula.

Mainstream medicine's myth that pet cataracts can only be treated with surgery - or that cat and dog cataracts are hopelessly irreversible - has been called into question.

Cataracts can develop at any stage of a dog life and are usually age-related, diabetes-related or inherited. While surgery can be effective (but costly), all surgery carries a measure of risk. What's more, conventional medicine's "cut first and ask questions later" approach may inflict more harm than good on your beloved pet. And the damage is permanent.

But there is new hope for drug-free, non invasive cataract removal.

Now ancient medicine has been put to the scrutiny of modern medical science. Clinical studies show that certain herbs have the power to not only halt the development of cataracts, but literally reverse the process.

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What causes cataracts in dogs?

The eye lens (of dogs, cats and humans) is made up of water and protein. These protein molecules are arranged in such a way that the lens is kept clear and light can pass through unimpeded. But over time this protein arrangement can change.

reversing cataracts in dogs

Sunlight, pollution, poor diet and pharmaceutical drugs can all create free radicals (the bad guys) inside the body. These free radicals attack protein molecules in the lens and oxidize them.

It is thought that the proteins begin to "set" or "congeal" causing part of the lens to cloud over. This is the start of a cataract. Over time, with more protein damage, the whole lens may become opaque. This loss of transparency results in loss of sight.

To prevent the lens proteins from oxidization, powerful herbal anti-oxidants are needed. Anti-oxidants help neutralize the effects of free radicals and protect the lens from further oxidative damage.

Today, overwhelming clinical evidence supports the herbal ingredients in Primalix® CataractinTM cataract drops can aid in the treatment and reversal of cataract formation in dogs.

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This article and information forms part of the Carole's Doggie World Holistic Library and is presented for informational purposes only.The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local vet. Instead, the content offers the reader information researched and written by Carole Curtis for www.carolesdoggieworld.com

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