How Strong Chemical Flea and Tick Treatments are Damaging our Native Wildlife (and what you can do to avoid this!)

Did anyone else read this devastating article, published in the Guardian newspaper in November 2020? There was so much going on in the world at that time, some people missed this important message. In short, strong chemical flea and tick preventative treatments contain pesticides which wash off in rivers, streams and ponds damaging our wonderful wildlife. 
Billy No Mates!
This natural flea and tick preventative comes in a liquid or powder for and is designed to be added to food daily. Billy No Mates is suitable for cats and dogs. Billy No Mates needs a loading dose of around six weeks. 
Tropiclean Flea and Tick Shampoo
 This paraben free shampoo is suitable for dogs of 12 weeks and older. It uses safe levels of essential oils such as lemongrass. 
Tropiclean Flea and Tick Home Spray
 This home spray uses powerful natural ingredients such as Lemongrass and Clove Oil to repel fleas and ticks. It is suitable for use around dogs of 12 weeks and older and adult cats and is safe to use on dog bedding, pillows, blankets, carpets and rugs. 
Tropiclean Flea and Tick Dog Spray
This spray can be used directly on your dog or puppy aged 12 weeks of over and also on their bedding. It uses powerful natural ingredients, such as Clove Oil. To repel fleas and ticks. This products also kills fleas and ticks (including larvae and eggs) on contact.  
Too Slick for Ticks
is a lavender scented spray which can be used on dogs and horses. It conditions the hair, so that ticks can't burrow in. It has the added benefit of calming your horse or dog in the process! 

‘Too Slick for Ticks!’ - the pesticide-free spray for tick prevention

  • Pesticide free
  • Easy to apply 
  • Conditions the fur
  • Suitable for dogs and horses too!
  • Effective immediately 
  • Lasts up to 1 week
  • Oil free
  • Leaves no residue 
  • Quick drying
This is intended to be sprayed on to your horse or dog before every walk or hack.

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