AmberTick Dog Collar Review and Giveaway

With being from the North, I never heard of ticks until we moved to the South. I know we had many pets back home and never had an issue with the ticks, we did have issues with fleas, but that is about it. So when I moved to the South, and learned of these nasty pests, it scared me to get a pet. However, when we got Bones we fell in love, and it wasn’t long after when the tick problem started.

While we kept a close eye on him when he came in from outside, we would do a quick rub down and if we found any ticks we would quickly remove them, sometimes the ticks would out smart us, and it would attach itself to Bones.

When this started to happen we turned to tick and flea shampoos, and I even purchased a flea and tick collar. After reading the caution on the back stating DO NOT touch the collar and if you do wash your hands, I knew this had to go into the trash. Why would I put something on my beloved dog that could possibly hurt us, I can only imagine the issues it could cause to our Bones.

Recently, I had the opportunity to check out a product that was not only safe for humans but also safe to pets. The Ambertick collar is an all-natural protection that helps keep the ticks and fleas away!

flea and tick all natural collar

How does this work? Easy, the ambers rub together and let off a scent, this scent is not liked by ticks and fleas, it also rubs against the fur of your fur-baby and sends of electrostatic which will make the pest fall off.

Bones has been wearing this neat collar for a few weeks…

Bones pit bull mix

As you can see in the above picture Bones is wearing the ambertick collar along with his normal collar. The ambertick collar is not intended to hold your pet, so you do need to have another collar on your pet when taking him for a walk or tying him up outside.

Before getting the Ambertick Bones was getting several ticks a week. Although, it was winter we still had many nice days, and the ticks didn’t disappear. Since he has been wearing the Ambertick I have only found ONE tick on him and it was a baby and it wasn’t attached, it looks as if it were trying to run away from him.

If I were to have to pick between the Ambertick and the ones currently sold in the stores, I would without a doubt go with the Ambertick. One great thing about the Ambertick is it will keep working for a few years, you do have to wash it every month or so and over time the ambers will wear done. However, these collars are very inexpensive so having to make a purchase in a few years is nothing.

I know my fur-baby won’t be giving the ticks their dinner!

Ambertick collars come in sizes for both cats and dogs and come in different sizes and colors. The prices of the collars depend on many things and are between $16 and $42 dollars, again with only having to purchase one every few years, this is totally worth it!

To learn more about how this product works, please click the image below. Help your fur-babies by putting a STOP to the ticks and fleas with Ambertick.

all natural tick collar

One lucky reader of The Neat Things in Life is going to win a collar of their choice to also see how awesome the collar works! Spring is coming and then Summer, if you are in areas that get hotter this is a giveaway you want to enter!

Giveaway is Open WorldWide!

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We received product so that we could use it to give our honest opinion, others will vary, this is what my family thought of the product.

About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.

Comments

  1. I’d choose the dog collar. :)

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  2. ct39, dog collar

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  3. domestic diva says:

    I would get the raw nuggets, and would have to measure my dog’s neck to find out which size (probably 16″).

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  4. Jill A. Collins says:

    I would get the dog collar with the brown strap for my female standard poodle.

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  5. Valerie Theberge says:
  6. Diana Stanhope says:
  7. Would get this one:

    http://ambertick.com/tick-flea-protection-dogs/ambertick-mt36-46-51-cm-tick-and-flea-preventive-amber-collar-for-pets.html

    I’m not 100% on the size though…I have a big Bandogge Mastiff :)

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  8. Samii Meyer says:
  9. Stephanie Larison says:

    Ambertick CT36 – Tick & Flea Preventive Amber Collar for Pets CODE: CT36
    For my beagle! :)

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  10. Erica C. says:

    I’d get the dog one model MT34.

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  11. Lisa Canada says:

    I’d get the dog collar with black strap and the mix of color with black stones to match my beagle’s coat. I’m not sure what size he would need without measuring him.

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  12. Breanne says:

    Ambertick MT34 46-51 cm for dogs

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  13. Hi,

    My name is Margaret and I live in Chennai which is a city in India. I don’t live by the woods or a place surrounded by greens but still my pet managed to have been infested with these painful creatures. I have a year old pug and I found ticks sucking her blood. I have no way of knowing how she has been infected with these ticks. I doubt the rats which might have done the dirty job… Well i’m freaking out because i seem to have these ticks all around my house. I see them crawling in the floor, up on the walls and in the doors and furniture and even on the ceiling. I have no clue how to deal with them. I need to save my dog as well the people in the house from these pests. Please advice me what I should do :(

    Worried me….

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