TICKS-OFF® – Learn About the Multipurpose Uses for TICKS-OFF®

TEHACHAPI, CA – June 2019 – Are you aware of the many great uses of TICKS-OFF®? Keeping pets safe from ticks is the #1 priority of 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 accidently with static electricity? Have you had days where your horses’ tail is stuck to their entire backend? 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.

Another really great use is training a horse to accept being sprayed by a sprayer, which is exponentially easier with TICKS-OFF® than it is when using fly spray. TICKS-OFF® has a calming lavender scent that makes it easy as can be to train a horse to happily accept a sprayer. When fly spray is used for the training process, the smell of the fly spray is usually offensive to horses and when combining that with the sound and feel of a spray most horses will likely show fear and resistance to the spray.

With TICKS-OFF® you simply spray a bit of spray out ahead of their muzzle (not on their muzzle) and allow the horse to enjoy the relaxing scent of lavender. After a few sprays in the air, the horse will literally relax and enjoy the experience. Then you can move to trying to spray closer to their shoulder area and it will take very little effort to be able to spray directly onto the horse with them accepting it willingly.

Click here to check out a video of a feral caught Oak Creek Wild Horse being trained with a sprayer for his very first time using TICKS-OFF®.

Did you know that TICKS-OFF® also works to prevent bot fly eggs from attaching to an animal’s coat? Simply spray areas where bot flies like to lay eggs, such as behind the front legs, and the bot fly eggs will not be able to adhere to the coat. If the animal already has bot fly eggs on them, the eggs need to be removed with a comb and then TICKS-OFF® is applied to prevent further infestation.

TICKS-OFF® is not only Too Slick for Ticks, but it is also too slick for dirt. Use TICKS-OFF® after all baths to keep the coat, mane and tails clean longer. TICKS-OFF® will provide a shiny sleek coat that deters dirt from sticking and makes future grooming’s quick and easy processes. Going to a horse show? Be sure to take along your TICKS-OFF® for that sleek, shiny, clean show coat that will be the envy of everyone in the show ring. ** Do not spray in the saddle or cinch areas **

Ticks-Off® is the revolutionary new, safe, and effective natural Solution for keeping animals safe from tick bites. Ticks-Off® is the one and only tick Deflective Spray.

For more information on the Ticks-Off®, please visit us at http://www.Ticks-Off.com, or email us at info@Ticks-Off.com, or call us at (661) 821-7014 and please follow us on Facebook. Also, be sure to check out this other wonderful equine products also created by Shelly Black: Serene By Nature equine calming cream for improved focus, calmness and reduced spookiness. And Shelly has written a fabulous FREE ebook: www.HealthyHorseHolisticHandbook.com.

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