Amber Therapy Pet Collar
Amber for animals is most effective when it is raw, and has its natural "skin". It has been proven that Baltic amber has the highest amount of succinic acid and the properties are highest with the raw amber, or amber that still contains the outer "skin". Amber experts and scientists determine that raw Baltic amber is the best.
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Amber stone contains natural essential oils. The resinous smell of the amber, which derives from the friction of the amber with the pets fur, and which ticks do not like are responsible for the tick feeling uncomfortable. By the way, ticks can smell! They do not have a nose like ours but they do have a so-called Haller-organ located on its front legs. This organ helps the tick to perceive the smell of a potential victim. It is important that you always use an amber necklace/tick protection collar that is neither sanded nor polished because such treatment leads to the rather rough and permeable surface of the amber stone closing up and thus no smells are released onto the fur.
As the amber rubs against the animal’s fur, it generates a mild static electrical charge, which has been discovered as a flea and tick deterrent in dogs and cats. It is completely undetectable to the animal, but gives the tick a shock. Amber’s electrical properties were documented by the Ancient Greeks who called it Electron.
It usually takes 3 weeks or more of wear to have maximum repelling properties.The longer your dog wears the amber stone, the better the smell can distribute in its fur and the better the tick bite prevention.
If you are not a friend of chemical treatment of pets, give this alternative a try, you will be astonished like we were and your dog or cat will be grateful