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Petzlife Herbal Defense Powder (4 oz)

Item: PETZ00030
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Description

Petzlife Herbal Defense Powder repel ticks, stopping them from infectiong your pet's bloodstream.

Herbal Defense Powder is a safe non-toxic herbal recipe that makes your pets skin undersirable to biting insects. You simply mix the specified amount on your pet's food or favorite treat twice a day for five days. Your pet will be protected for 1-2 months and the recipe takes effect in as little as 5-10 days.

This item has been discontinued. Looking for an alternative? Try Zodiac Flea & Tick Powder for Dogs & Cats (6 oz)!

Customer Reviews

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100% Recommend this product (3 of 3 responses)
By Vince
Toano, Va
Tick Repellent
June 4, 2016
Add about 2ounces to a large pot of chili. It really adds a kick.
By Burro B.
northwestern California
NO TICKS NO FLEAS
April 29, 2016
This is entirely made of common safe botanicals. Following directions I fed my 12 lb. chi-pom 1/4 tsp mix in wet food twice daily for 5 days. Removed his tick collar. No more itching or scratching. THE FLEAS HATE IT! No ticks either. They are fleeing his fur and anywhere he lays. I kill fleas walking on the window above his bed. It really works and has no poisons. He licks to clean his fur more because I think he can smell the spices but he liked eating the product, mixed 50/50 with 1/4 tsp of hamburger. Will it last 2 months? Don't know yet.
By trailrunner
La Porte, IN
So far so good
April 30, 2015
I fed my golden retrievers this supplement for 6 days in a row. 2 dogs ate it up no problem, 1 ate all around it. So for her I had to roll it in peanut butter which didn't work too well but mostly, it got eaten. Thus far I've picked only 2 ticks off and it's been 3 weeks. I live in the woods so ticks are plentiful. The weather has been cool so we'll see if in the warmth more ticks come out. I may feed this again in less than 2 months just for precaution.
Verdict is still out on this product but I'm positive.

Questions and Answers

2 Questions & 2 Answers
Jeanette
from Hillsborough, New Jersey asked:
April 28, 2015
Can you advise if this is good for feral cats. I have 4 feral which we take care of. Would you also be able to advise what else we should give them since they are outside cats. All my cats are indoors and never go out. Your help is greatly appreciated! Thank-you, Jeanette Bartholomew
1 Answer
This could be a good solution to protecting feral cats from biting insects because it doesn't require topical application. However, it may not work depending on the eating habits of these cats. This requires a consistent feeding schedule and a specific dosage administered to each cat. We recommend that this product only be used under supervision to ensure that the proper dosage is administered. If you would like to continually provide care for feral cats, I would recommend that your provide them with food, clean water, and shelter. You may also want to look into trap-neuter-return programs.
Submitted by: Customer Service on April 28, 2015

Francine
from New Egypt, NJ asked:
October 13, 2014
Dosage question - 60 lb + is 2 tsp a day for a week. Is it 2 tsp a day or 2 tsp, twice a day?
1 Answer
2 tsp per day or 1 tsp twice a day.
Submitted by: Customer Service on October 13, 2014

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