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Old 05-01-2016, 08:48 PM
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Flea and Tick homeopathic tag?

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Has anyone heard of or used this before? It sounds way to good to be true but it seems to be well reviewed. Reading through the "how it works" part of the page though makes me feel like it might be some off the wall holistic joojoo.

I'm really curious because it is supposed to repel mosquitos as well, which would be a godsend for our crew.

So anyone using this thing?
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Ive never heard of it before. It was kind of confusing on how exactly it works, but from what I can tell its uses the pets own energy to repeal ticks fleas and mosquitos? With just my general knoladge at least to me it doesn't really make sense how energy can repeal them. I'm not sure about fleas but I know that ticks and mosquitos are attracted to the carbon dioxide we and our dogs breath out, and normal tick/flea meds don't really repeal them so much as they keep them from biting and kill them. But who knows, maybe it does work, and I might just be misunderstanding how it works. The only thing is I think is that it is overly expensive for what is, and if its just using your pets energy why does it only last for a year?
Just browsing through there other products, some of there other stuff sounds interesting and the science behind it makes sense but I'm just not sure about the tag.
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Ive never heard of it before. It was kind of confusing on how exactly it works, but from what I can tell its uses the pets own energy to repeal ticks fleas and mosquitos? With just my general knoladge at least to me it doesn't really make sense how energy can repeal them. I'm not sure about fleas but I know that ticks and mosquitos are attracted to the carbon dioxide we and our dogs breath out, and normal tick/flea meds don't really repeal them so much as they keep them from biting and kill them. But who knows, maybe it does work, and I might just be misunderstanding how it works. The only thing is I think is that it is overly expensive for what is, and if its just using your pets energy why does it only last for a year?
Just browsing through there other products, some of there other stuff sounds interesting and the science behind it makes sense but I'm just not sure about the tag.
This is exactly how I feel about it too. The only thing that makes me think they may be on to something is how many people positively reviewed it. It really doesn't make sense how it would work, so maybe the reviewers are fooling themselves lol.
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Who knows, they could also being using it in conjuction with other products and thinking its because of the tag or there just getting lucky in that they don't have as many ticks/fleas/mosquitos or they weren't that prolific the year they tried it. Personally as someone who lives in a state known for having lots of ticks I don't know how much id trust something that's going to repeal pests with my dogs "energy" especially when we spend a good amount of time in the woods and have lots of deer around.
It sounds like it might be interesting to try just to see, but I don't know if the cost would really justify it especially if it doesn't end up working.
Just curious were did you see reviews? I didn't see any on the product page you posted.
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