Some words of wisdom from someone who has raised many, many working cow dogs. Florida is scrubs, swamps, and cypress heads. If you have cattle in these parts, when it comes to getting them in working pens, you better have good dogs. I could write books if I wanted on working cow dogs but for now I'm just going to talk about fleas. Fleas have gotten to be a major problem no matter what was being used. The fleas had gotten immune to the
(I won't say product names) snipit tubes you apply to the dogs neck area. The cost was getting expensive for something that wasn't working. For the last three years it seems that the only thing for sure that held them at bay was washing with flea shampoo that worked about half the days claimed. The dogs are uncooperative about this and I'm not a happy camper either.
Several weeks ago I got an article that Mike Adams did in his naturalnews.com about a safe way to control all insect pest as well as the main varmint I wanted dead, the flea. AlwaysEco, a large pest control company in Austin, Texas, is now branching out with their products to be sold on line. Trust Mike Adams when he says they are the real deal, or they wouldn't be in his naturalnews.com . I ordered a spray bottle of Pet Defender( direct application on dogs) and a bucket of Defender Dust for outside where they dig and lay up under the porch. I just bought enough to try out first and see if it would control fleas. I was totally amazed for something had finally shot the fleas down in cold blood.
This led to some direct talks with the founder of AlwaysEco, Dr. Mitchel.
After talking on the phone to Dr. Mitchel at AlwaysEgo, a definite plus when you get an actual human being these days for sure, I was assured by him that their pest control products work and stay working. I've learned a wealth of information from talking directly to Dr. Mitchel at AlwaysEco. He has greatly opened my eyes to seeing the benifets of using natures organic dust from the little critters, diatoms, in the ocean. The insect pest in your home, lawn, garden and on your pets, can and will get immune to chemicals being used to control them. I'm staying away from talking about the dangers of the chemicals being used, that are claimed to be safe, and after usage do not work anymore. The products I have been using before should say toxic danger, don't let your pets get petted. 100% of training our dogs is affection. I hope it's the same for your pets too.
What I've learned from Dr. Mitchel is that pest can never become immune when organic safe products are used. Main reason is they are eliminated by being sliced, diced and cut to death from the sharp edges of one of the major ingrediants in AlwaysEco products, amorphous silica. This is extra fine diatomacious earth. As long as it is on the surface the bugs just can't make it thru razor blade city. Dr. Mitchel explained that special tree oils are added for skin protection and to make adhesion to your pets hair so the product stays working. I use close to a guart of the Pet Defender over a three week period, on four 70 to 90 lbs. dogs. Pet Defender, that I buy by the gallon now, cost me about $12.00 a month, works with an A+ and is enviroment safe. Somebody with no income at all could pick up cans on the roadside and come up with that much money.
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I sure am glad that this Austin base company is branching out to the public. The AlwaysEco products are what more and more cattle ranch's in the Tampa Bay area are changing to.