Are you aware of the many great uses of Ticks-Off?
Keeping pets safe from ticks is the #1 priority for Ticks-Off, but there are some other great uses that we wanted to share with folks.
Ticks-Off eliminates static electricity in horses’ manes, tails and blankets.
Ever shock your horse accidentally with static electricity? Have you had days where your horses’ tail is stuck to their entire back-end? Ever gone to take a blanket off only to discover that you are shocking the poor horse over and over?
Just spray on some Ticks-Off and you can arrest the static immediately. Spray it directly onto the horse for static control of manes and tails. Spray directly onto a blanket to prevent its shocking static. If the blanket is already on the horse and it’s shocking them – lift up the neck area on both sides and spray Ticks-Off , then do the same for the back end. Then you can safely remove the blanket without scaring the horse with repeated shocks.
As most folks have experienced, most fly, flea, or tick products rarely work effectively for stopping ticks from getting onto your horses or pets.
Luckily, there is a new revolutionary new natural spray that actually deflects ticks called Ticks-Off. What makes Ticks-Off different from ALL other tick products on the market? Unlike all other tick products, Ticks-Off is not trying repel ticks.
Instead of attempting to repel ticks, Ticks-Off unique proprietary blend effectively and immediately deflects the ticks, preventing them from ever getting on your horses or pets’ coat in the first place! Which is the only way to safely protect your horses and pets from being bitten by a tick.
Ticks-Off creates a natural barrier on the coat that stops ticks from getting onto your horses or pets in the first place! And the best part is that NO toxic chemicals are used in Ticks-Off.
Now we have had the pleasure of finding that Ticks-Off used together with HandsOn Gloves is a match made in heaven!
The common Western Fence Lizard eats ticks by the millions! Wherever the lizards abound, the population of disease-carrying ticks are low. Fewer lizards result in more disease carrying ticks.
Not only do these lizards eat ticks – but when ticks bite the lizards – the blood from the lizard actually eliminates the Lyme disease in the tick. The tick lives but its blood is cleansed of the Borrelia bacteria and it no longer poses a Lyme disease risk.
In areas with Western Fence Lizards, about 5% of ticks carry the disease, while in other areas 50% of ticks harbor the disease.
The recent rise in tick-borne diseases spreading across the U.S. is alarming. Global warming is a suspected accelerator, but one needs to also seriously consider that the over-use of pesticides such as Round Up is exponentially fueling the fire.
We are SO excited to be getting support and exposure throughout various media outlets!
Ticks-Off® is one of THE MOST unique and innovative new products available for pets! The Sleek Spray Solution that is Too Slick for Ticks to Stick! Proprietary Solution Formulated For Dogs, Horses, and Livestock. Safe, Effective and Without Toxic Chemicals.
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Ticks-2019 Season is about upon us and it’s looking like it will be a bad one!
Ticks are on the rise worldwide at alarming rates. The numbers of ticks are increasing, tick-borne diseases are on the rise, ticks are being found in new and far reaching regions, and new species of ticks keep being discovered!
One line of thought is that global warming may be a contributing factor to the pandemic rise of ticks.
As reported by the CDC: From 2004 through 2016 A total of 642,602 cases of disease caused by the bite of an infected mosquito, tick, or flea were reported in the U.S.
The number of reported tickborne diseases more than doubled in 13 years and accounted for more than 60 percent of all reported mosquito-borne, tick-borne, and flea-borne disease cases. Diseases from ticks vary from region to region across the U.S. and those regions are expanding.
50 states have now had residents test positive for Lyme disease.