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Flea Collars and Pregnancy

Flea Collars and Pregnancy

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To many of us, our pets are like our children. We cuddle them and coddle them, we buy them clothes, toys, and treat them (sometimes) to spa days or play time at pet resorts.

However, if you are pregnant with a (furless) bundle of joy, you might be thinking about the items that you use to protect your dog that could in fact, harm your health while you are expecting. One of those items are flea collars for your dog or cat.

The reason that a flea collar is effective is because it contains pesticides that prevent and repel fleas, ticks, and other insects that could “set up shop” on your pet. Most doctors will tell any pregnant woman that pesticides, along with any type of chemical-based product, are something that should be avoided during pregnancy.

However, there are products out there that are all-natural and organic. These flea collars will not only keep you safe and healthy while you are pregnant, but they are also chemical-free, which means they will be better for your pet.

PetGuard Herbal Pet Collars are made with only the most natural ingredients, such as Eucalyptus Oil, Cedarwood Oil, and Citronella. These collars are safe to the touch and will not irritate your pets skin. The collars are completely pesticide free and have a clean, fresh, natural scent.

These collars have received rave reviews consistently since they were first introduced on the market in 2005 and users of the collars state that their animals are less prone to attracting fleas and ticks with these collars than they were when they used flea collars that contained chemicals and pesticides.

They are a great way to make sure you are able to keep your pet flea-free and healthy while also protecting yourself as you wait for your next baby.

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