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3 535 Ft+Áfa (4 490 Ft)
A már jól bevált Skudo készülék továbbfejlesztett változata a TickLess Pet készülék kedvenceink számára.
A kiváló hatásfokkal működő termék ideális megoldást kínál a kullancsok és bolhák kutyáktól és
macskáktól történő távoltartására, környezetbarát módon és ellenjavallatok nélkül.
A készülék anyaga nem mérgező, nem bocsát ki vegyi anyagokat és szagokat. Változó frekvenciájú
ultrahang kibocsátásával működik, amely nem káros és nem kellemetlen sem az emberek, sem az
állatok számára, de zavarja a kullancsokat és a bolhákat, távoltartva illetve kényszerítve azokat
a kisállattól való eltávolodásra. Használható kölyök, vemhes, öreg, beteg vagy betegségből felépülő
és stresszre érzékeny kutyák, macskák esetében is. Hatósugara kb. 1,5 méter. Célszerű a kullancsszezonban
állandóan a kisállatra rögzítve használni. Élősködőkkel erősen fertőzött területen nem garantált
a 100%-os védelem.
Használat: húzza ki a nyelvecskét a készüléket működtető (nem cserélhető) lítium elem aktiválásához.
A bekapcsolást 4 villanás jelzi. Az aktiválást követően az elem élettartama várhatóan egy év. A gomb
egyszeri megnyomására felvillanó piros leddel bármikor ellenőrizheti a működést. A TickLess Pet-et úgy
helyezze a nyakörvre, hogy a rácsos oldal az állat teste felé nézzen. Vízzel való érintkezés után a készülék
kiszárítása javasolt – így abban a nedvesség nem tesz kárt. Méretei miatt kisgyermek kezébe ne kerüljön.
  • Tudományos dokumentáció:
    Assessment of the Flea and Tick Repellent Activity of an Electronic Ultrasound Emitting Device
    (with Batteries) for cats and dogs called TickLess Pet

    Assessment of the Flea and Tick Repellent Activity of an Electronic Ultrasound Emitting Device
    (withBatteries) for humans called TickLess Adult

    Laboratories of Medical Microbiology and Infective Diseases
    School for Vet Medicine Sciences
    University of Camerino
    Prof. Vincenzo Cuteri

    Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. Product Description
    3. Product Properties and Characteristics
    4. Assessment of Flea Repellent Activity
    5. Conclusions
    1. Introduction
    The infestation with fleas represents the most diffused external parasitosis in company animals, and in
    the last years their appearance in urban environment is growing more and more. The reason is the
    growth of dog-and catlike population in city areas. The control of flea infestation is based on the
    combination of more strategies including the use of insecticides on animals and ambient insecticides. A
    lot of pharmacological agents are available on the market, which are active against fleas of mature
    and/or immature state, sold in different formulations: topical use (Imidacloprid: Advantage, Advantix;
    Fipronil: Frontiline; Metaflumizone: Promeris; Selamectin: Stronghold) and oral use (Spinosad:
    Comfortis; Nitenpyram: Capstar; Lufenuron: Program).

    In choosing the anti-parasite product to be used on the animal different characteristics have to be
    considered, like speed, duration and spectrum of action, compatibility with other treatments, origin of
    collateral effects, the forwardness of usage (in respect to the dog’s age) and the way of usage (systemic
    or topical products).

    The speed of action is important if you want to rapidly stop feeding the flea (like in the case of flea
    allergy) or if the flea is feeding itself also from the owner. If the animal suffers of Flea Allergy Dermatitis
    (FAD) it’s not advisable to use topical products in contact with the altered and inflamed skin. The choice
    of the anti-parasite product has to be made based on the ease of use (compliance) for the owner and on
    the frequency of the animal’s contact with water. As products of topical use are localized in the
    superficial skin layer, studies have demonstrated that their efficiency is not influenced by the modest
    use of water, but it can be diminished by the application of shampoo or a large quantity of water. In




    addition, they are short lasting, so they have to be applied on a monthly base. The use of oral products is
    not influenced by frequent baths or shampoo, but their action duration is in average 24-48 hours (with
    exception of Spinosad) and they can be accompanied, even if in a low number, by side effects on the
    gastroenterological system like vomiting (which can diminish the absorbance of the agent) or
    interactions with other pharmacologic treatments in action, and reverse their effects.

    Finally it should be underlined that major part of the anti-parasite pharmacological products in use may
    not be applied on dogs at an age lower than 8-14 weeks.

    Regarding the spectrum of action, some commercial formulations combine adulticides with Insect
    Growth Regulators (IGR) like Methoprene, Pyriproxyfen) or with inhibitors of growth (IDIs), like e.g.
    Lufenuron.

    When you establish a flea control program, even if you proceed at the same time to an aggressive
    environmental control, the immature states of the flea continue to grow to adults, so the flea problem
    will continue for several weeks after beginning the treatment.

    Furthermore, the tick infestations are also worrisome, which might act in different ways and cause
    considerable trouble and transmit several infective diseases.

    Action mechanisms are different and can be realized by mechanical and chemical action: the rostrum’s
    penetration determines the animal skin’s laceration and the input of anticoagulant, histolytic and
    anesthetic substances, which help to avoid reactions on the host’s side.

    Another action is the anemic one: ticks nourish themselves with blood and a massive infestation can
    determine heavy blood loss as well.

    Some species of ticks inoculate toxin, and transmit diseases; through the salivary glands ticks carry a
    huge variety of pathogens:


    Ehrlichiosis, a disease of dogs and humans, where the aetiologic agent is Ehrlichia canis;

    Rickettsiosis, a disease caused by Rickettsia conorii, which is responsible in humans for the
    Mediterranean Boutonneuse fever;

    Borreliosis, also called Lyme disease, caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, is a disease which affects
    dogs as well as humans;

    Anaplasmosis, a disease caused by microorganisms of the genus Anaplasma, which is
    responsible for heavy and sometimes deadly anemia;

    Feline Infectious Anemia, a disease transmitted by fleas and ticks, caused by Mycoplasma
    haemofelis, an endocellular microorganism responsible for the destruction of red blood cells,
    which has in consequence heavy anemia emolitica, which can cause the death of the cat.
    These are of course only some of the consequences of flea and tick infestations in the domestic animals
    as well as in humans.




    The objected product called “TickLess Pet” for animals and “TickLess Adult” for humans is sold as a
    “revolutionary device against fleas and ticks”.

    For this reason the manufacturer has asked me, Professor Vincenzo Cuteri, of the Faculty of
    Microbiology and Parasitology and of the Faculty of Infective Diseases and Aviary Pathology and
    Responsible of Laboratories of Medical Microbiology and Infective Diseases, of the School for Vet
    Medicine Sciences, University of Camerino, to verify the efficacy of the ultrasound emitted by “TickLess
    Pet/TickLess Adult” in reducing the number of present parasites, or in inhibiting their growth, on dogs,
    which are for sure infested.

    2.
    Qualitative and Quantitative Description of “TickLess Pet” / “TickLess Adult”
    The product is sold in single pieces and is identified like in the photo.

    3.
    Properties and Characteristics of “TickLess Pet” / “TickLess Adult”
    Reported Technical Note of Manufacturer

    TickLess Pet
    Technical Notes for Product


    What’s it: a revolutionary, intelligent device against fleas and ticks, for cats and dogs

    Who should use it: cats and dogs of all ages and sizes, in particular old and ill animals, puppies
    and kittens, lactating females, animals living in the family

    When is it useful: always, as a preventive prophylaxis and as a treatment during the parasite
    season (March to October)

    How does it work: by emitting a series of ultrasound impulses, able to take action on fleas and
    ticks, by keeping them away from the animal and impeding their aggression at the same time. It
    is completely harmless for people and animals, non-toxic and odorless.

    Regulation: automatic. Once the flap is pulled out, the device starts working without the need of
    further regulations. By pressing the button you can check the operation every time.

    Covering: 1,5 m radius in outdoor environment

    Batteries lifetime (not changeable): 10-12 months, which is a whole season

    Weight: 10 grams

    Dimensions: like a small key charm, 4.0 x 2.8 x h1.5 cm

    Material: polycarbonate and synthetic, anti-allergic rubber

    Package: in exposition box of 22 pieces, in a carton of 4 exposition boxes (88 pieces)
    TickLess Adult
    Technical Notes for Product




    • What’s it: a revolutionary, intelligent device against fleas and ticks, for humans
    • Who should use it: everybody, seniors, adults or children
    • When is it useful: always, when doing open-air activity, in particular in the period from March
    to October, during working or entertainment (in camping, at fishing, at a golf square, at a picnic,
    during excursions, while working at the fields, in rural zones, …)
    • How does it work: by emitting a series of ultrasound impulses, able to take action on fleas and
    ticks, by keeping them away. It is completely harmless for people and animals, non-toxic and
    odorless.
    • Regulation: automatic. Once the flap is pulled out, the device starts working without the need of
    further regulations. By pressing the button you can turn the device on and off as needed.
    • Covering: 3 m radius in outdoor environment
    • Batteries lifetime (not changeable): depending on the usage, but at least 3.000 hours
    • Weight: 20 grams
    • Dimensions: like a small key charm, 6.0 x 2.7 x h2.1 cm
    • Material: polycarbonate and synthetic, anti-allergic rubber
    • Package: in exposition box of 16 pieces, in a carton of 6 exposition boxes (96 pieces)

    4. Assessment of Flea and Tick Repellent Activity
    The objective of work has been the assessment of the efficiency of an ultrasound device (TickLess Pet /
    TickLess Adult) in controlling the infestation by Ctenocephalides felis / canis and by ticks of different
    genus and species, in dogs. In particular the capacity of reducing the number of infesting fleas and ticks
    in the dog or the missing growth in their number has been evaluated, as well as the efficiency duration
    up to 30 days after application.

    The work was led at two communal sanitary kennels. In both of them 30 subjects were chosen to be
    included in the study. One criteria of selection was the dog not being treated in the previous month with
    external spot-on pesticides, or in the previous three months with collars based on active principals
    against fleas and ticks, and that the minimum number of fleas or ticks counted on the dog’s body
    (according to the procedure described as follows) be at least 4. Dogs with dark hair and skin or with too
    thick hair have been excluded from the study, because counting the number of parasites could have
    been difficult or given false results.

    The chosen procedure for the calculations consisted in observing accurately the subject for 5 minutes:
    during this time the operator had to lift up and move the dog’s hair to see its skin and count the total
    number of existing parasites. This counting has been carried out on the dog’s hind quarters and on the
    ventral zone (where normally it’s easier to discover parasites if the hair is missing or sparse): particularly
    perineal zone, the thigh’s back part, abdomen and inguinal region, the rump’s back part in the zone of
    the tail’s line.




    For each subject a questionnaire has been compiled with the dog’s personal data and physical
    characteristics, and the presence of possible symptoms or lesions referable to the direct or indirect
    action of parasites.

    All counting of all subjects, including the follow-up controls, have been carried out by the same operator
    for each sub-unit.

    On the study’s first day the 30 chosen dogs have been numbered and divided into 3 groups of 10 units
    each (two control groups and one treatment group); the three groups were as far as possible
    homogeneous in the total parasite load.

    The three groups consisted in:

    Group A – 20 subjects treated with activated ultrasound device

    Group B – 5 subjects treated with spot-on pesticide based on Fipronil and Lufenorun; on the subjects the
    ultrasound device is attached but not activated.

    Group C – non-treated control group: 5 subjects with attached but not activated ultrasound device. As
    all dogs had been equipped with the device and the operator could not distinguish if the device was
    activated or not, and so to which group the dogs belonged to, he did a blinded counting without any
    external influence.

    The subjects participating in the experiment were held in separate pens for the study’s whole duration,
    ideally in single boxes of with certain dogs in the same state.

    The first control was done 3 days after the study’s beginning, the following 2 controls will be carried out
    2 and 4 weeks after starting the study, to be able to verify the efficacy’s possible duration within the
    space of a month.

    At each control the counting of parasites has been carried out again, in all subjects included in the study,
    following the same process already used.

    In addition, a short questionnaire has been compiled, where possible improvements or worsenings of
    the ongoing symptomatology, or possible insurgences of collateral effects referable to the usage of the
    device or the spot-on pesticide could be recorded.

    Assessment of the efficacy of the device TickLess Pet controlling the infestation of fleas/ticks in dogs

    Observing for 5 minutes and counting the total number of existing parasites in the perineal zone, the
    thigh’s back part, the rump’s back part in the zone of the tail’s line, abdomen and inguinal region.



    5. Conclusions
    Obtained results after 30 days of product activation prove the efficacy of “TickLess Pet”, as the
    concentration of fleas and ticks has not grown in any of the subjects participating in the experiment.
    In the control group, where “TickLess Pet” was not activated but pharmacologically treated, at T1 a
    drastic reduction of parasites was registered, and this situation remained stable for the whole duration
    of the experiment.
    In the control group of animals, where “TickLess Pet” had not been activated and not treated with
    chemicals, the number of parasites remained stable while in some subjects it increased slightly.
    Finally in the group of animals treated with “TickLess Pet” activated, the number of parasites remained
    stable and in some subjects a slight reduction was seen. The growth of parasite concentration was not
    registered in any case.
    It should be noted that in some subjects belonging to each group, some devices (n. 4) had to be
    replaced, as they weren’t working regularly as a consequence of dog bites during playing with each
    other. However it is retained that this didn’t influence the experiment in any way, as the maximum
    period of inactivity was 12 hours.
    “TickLess Pet” seems to be able to avoid the parasites present in the animals’ surrounding to attack the
    host. The suggestion for a better use of the device is treating the animals with pharmacologically active
    products, and then activating the device to avoid new infestation.

    During the whole phase of experiment no auditive disturbance was registered by the operators.
    Obtained results by using the applications “TickLess Pet” / “TickLess Adult” confirm the efficacy of the
    product, which can be used without any collateral effects, in subjects which show an infestation by
    ticks/fleas in order to avoid an aggravation of the situation, and in healthy subjects in order to prevent
    the infestation.