Amber Flea and Tick Collar for Dogs and Cats Review

Hello again, savvy savers! Today finds us with a new product review, and this time the Amber Crown Collar for Pets! This brand and trademark is proud to present the highest quality handmade certified genuine Lithuanian Baltic Amber collar.

So why this collar? Well for most of us you have two options for flea and tick prevention for your pets-chemical supplements, oral and topical, or natural alternatives, like this collar!

Amber collar for dogs and cats by Amber Crown is the verified natural tick and flea protection tool. Suitable for dogs and cats, even if they are allergic, pregnant or nursing. 100% chemical free, no insecticides. Safe for humans and animals, no secondary effects on your pet or family. Powerful weapon against parasites and great looking pet adornment. Thousands of satisfied buyers are using our amber collars to protect their dogs.

How does Dog amber collar work? Amber is natural tree resin fossilized in millions of years. It works in two ways:

• When worn on pet the friction from their fur releases aromatic terpines from amber that repels ticks and fleas.

• Static electricity generated when amber is rubbed against the pet’s fur makes parasites uncomfortable and unable to cling to hairs.

Remember, only unpolished amber collars protect against fleas and ticks! Amber beads are separated by knots in groups to prevent scattering. Each stone is unique, therefore, the actual color varies slightly from the image and the shape of beads varies naturally.

To find out more about this product, click here!

Enjoy,

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