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Affordable & effective parasitic control

Going natural for flea, tick, mosquito and mite control is the most affordable and cost-effective protection available for your dog.

Compare the cost of an Easy Defense Tag with its one year life span against the expense of other flea and parasitic control medications, which must be continually reapplied on a regular basis. Not only will it save you money, it also offers these additional benefits:

  • Completely safe for your pet with no possible side effects
  • Repels mosquitoes in addition to fleas and ticks
  • Guaranteed to protect your pet from biting insects e.g. mites.

Important Note - If Your Pet Has Fleas:

The Easy Defense Tag is designed for flea and tick prevention, not eliminating infestations. If your pet is already infested by fleas, this means their environment is also infested, and the flea and tick tag on its own will not be enough to remove the infestation. To eliminate existing flea infestations, we strongly recommend complementing the tag with other natural flea removal products:

The Easy Defense Flea & Tick Tag takes just three weeks to activate, and must be clipped to a flea and tick free dog who is kept flea and tick free for the duration of the activation period until protection clicks in.

The tag offers long-lasting protection for your pooch and you will not only gain a happy healthy dog but gain more for your buck. Just clip it on and forget it!


At a glance - A special tip from Carole!

Carole's Doggie World's
First Aid Kit


Dog First Aid Must Haves

Whilst you can never predict when an emergency will strike your pet, you can certainly always be prepared for one. In my opinion, it’s extremely beneficial to keep a pet first aid kit at home and in your car; plus a list of emergencies phone numbers. I hope you never have to use your first aid kit, but just in case here's a list of essentials you will need.

First Aid Kit Container

I use a Tupperware-like container for my dog’s First Aid Kit. I bought it as an impulse sale from our local supermarket, because it fits the bill for what I need to house Molly's and Rosie's medications and equipment. It’s:

  • strong and durable
  • inexpensive to buy
  • easy to clean either by hand or dishwasher
  • clear, so I can see at a glance what is inside
  • airtight which keeps the contents sterile

Medications and Supplies





  • Comforrt blanket, pillow and toy
  • Cotton Buds
  • Disposable gloves
  • Gauze
  • Hot water bottle
  • Ice and heat packs
  • List of emergency phone numbers
  • Oral Syringe
  • Small Flashlight
  • Thermometer and lubricant
  • Towels
  • Tweezers


What to do if Your Dog Has an Emergency?

If your dog injures it'self and is in obvious pain:

  • calm him down with a couple of eye droppers of Pet Calming Flower Essences
  • make him comfortable and warm with one of his favourite comfort blankets and pillows. If it is a cold day pop a warm hot water bottle under his blanket.
  • ring you vet or emergency service ahead so you will be expected on arrival.

This article and information forms part of the Carole's Doggie World Holistic Library and is presented for informational purposes only.The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local vet. Instead, the content offers the reader information researched and written by Carole Curtis for

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