CatanDog’s is a unique concept that will keep fleas and ticks away from your dog and cat for up two years. Will give your pets’ comfort.
Its size is only 2.5 cm diameter
CatanDog’s prevents and eliminates fleas and ticks.
It is effective in dogs and cats of any age, weight, size type, including sick, convalescent and pregnant dogs and cats.
Non-toxic and contains no chemical elements.
No need to wash your hands after touching it nor to stop your children playing with their pet.
Completely safe with no side effects
Josa Alberto Rodriguez Rodriguez, professor of the Animal Patology Department and Animal Health of the Veterinary Campus of Madrid University was elected on 5th of June, 1998 as Director of the Research Team with a contract derivated of the L.R.U Law, article 11 with D. Jose Luis Arranz Gil.
Project known as “The Insecticide Evaluation of Catandog’s,on the “European brown tick” in dogs (Rhipicephalus Sanguineus), in natural conditions.”
After this project was finished it was scientifically demonstrated that CatanDog’s is “TOTALLY” effective for the cats and the dogs, to control and repel the fleas and the ticks.
How to Use
CatanDog’s prevents the development of illnesses caused by these parasites.
Directions for use:
Attach the CatanDog’s disc to the pet’s collar. To guarantee effectiveness it should stay attached to the collar permanently including when you give your pet a bath or even if you have your pet x-rayed by your veterinarian.
Catandog’s becomes effective between 7 to 20 days from the date it is first attached to the pets collar. It is recommended that you attach CatanDog’s to the pet’s collar after the pet has been deloused.
If the disc is temporarily removed the acclimatisation period should be commenced.
CatanDog’s is over 95% effective, wich is proven for at least up to 2 years, after which it should be replaced.
CatanDog’s is one of the safest anti-parasitic systems and the one that lasts the longest.
How it works
CatanDog’s plate works without incorporating any battery, as it’s not neccessary, the POWER supply is the “earthly magnetic field” and the animal motion in it, cutting in such a way the flow lines, and, thanks to “Lenz Law” producing “Foucault” currents of extremely small power but enough to activate the CatanDog’s disc, that acts as a passive resonator.
CatanDog’s plate produces (or) generates electromagnetic and
by: Professor Jose Luis Arrans Gil.
The CatanDog’s disc is an Aluminium disc with escalating waves that repel fleas and ticks and is designed for external use.
These escalating waves create a protective field, driving away parasites and stopping new ones being hosted by your pet.CatanDog’s is eco-friendly, it contains no chemicals and is water resistant. Its effectiveness is due to a revolutionary protective magnetic field system that is proven scientifically.
Flea is the common name for any of the small wingless insects of the order Siphonaptera. Fleas are external parasites, living by hematophagy off the blood of mammals and birds, which are also flightless. In the past, however, it was most commonly supposed that fleas had evolved from the flies, based on similarities of the larvae.
Fleas pass through a complete life cycle consisting of egg, larva, pupa and adult. Completion of the life cycle from egg to adult varies from two weeks to eight months depending on the temperature, humidity, food, and species. Normally after a blood meal, the female flea lays about 15 to 20 eggs per day â€” up to 600 in its lifetime â€” usually on the host (dogs, cats, rats, rabbits, mice, squirrels, chipmunks, raccoons, opossums, foxes, chickens, humans, etc.). Eggs loosely laid in the hair coat drop out almost anywhere, especially where the host rests, sleeps or nests (rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, cat or dog boxes, kennels, sand boxes, etc.). Eggs hatch between two days to two weeks into larvae found indoors in and along floor cracks, crevices, along baseboards, under rug edges and in furniture or beds. Outdoor development occurs in sandy gravel soils (moist sand boxes, dirt crawlspace under the house, under shrubs, etc.) where the host may rest or sleep. Sand and gravel are very suitable for larval development which is the reason fleas are erroneously called “sand fleas.”
Larvae are blind, avoid light, pass through three larval instars and take a week to several months to develop. Their food consists of digested blood from adult flea feces, dead skin, hair, feathers, and other organic debris; larvae do not suck blood. Pupae mature to adulthood within a silken cocoon woven by the larva to which pet hair, carpet fiber, dust, grass cuttings, and other debris adheres. In about five to fourteen days, adult fleas emerge or may remain resting in the cocoon until the detection of vibration (pet and people movement), pressure (host animal lying down on them), heat, noise, or carbon dioxide (meaning a potential blood source is near). Most fleas overwinter in the larval or pupal stage with survival and growth best during warm, moist winters and spring.
” Flea season ” is traditionally at the end of summer and in the early fall, but in warmer areas can last year round.