American Polish Lowland Sheepdog Association
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How are you protecting me against crawly  creatures during the  summer, especially ticks but also fleas and others.  Ticks are getting worse and worse and with my coat they aren't always easy to see.If you read the news and update page on the website you have even learned a new disease is coming from black legged ticks.   Suggestions from others would be most useful.

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1. Karen Willson | May 19, 2014 at 10:22 PM EDT

Just saw this product posted on one of the email lists I belong to and it was highly recommended and is natural. Might be worth a try? It is strong smelling supposedly so don't use too much.Maybe that is why it works???


2. Shadow | June 05, 2014 at 07:03 AM EDT

\Mom\ just ordered some of this in lemongrass to try for Wiggle and me. Has anyone actually tried this yet to see how well it seems to work? The reviews on the site are excellent. Wouldn't it be nice if ticks would just go away instead of multiplying. Did you know that they are a favorite food of guinea hens, but because of this the hens are in short supply?

3. Shadow | June 13, 2014 at 07:57 AM EDT

For the correct way to remove a tick visit the bottom left hand side of

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