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About GreenGobbler


Sometimes the smallest problems can cause the biggest headaches: a clogged drain, a dirty fridge, a stained carpet. What a mess. That’s why Green Gobbler makes powerful products to solve everyday problems, both big and small.

Green Gobbler is small business based in Copiague, New York. We are made up of genuine people who simply want to deliver solutions.

We carry a full line of industrial-strength surface cleaners, bathroom deodorizers and herbicide alternatives (among many other items) to answer cleaning’s biggest questions. Whether you want to lift a small stain in your carpet or make your bathroom shine, we have exactly what you need to get the job done.

We make our products with our customers’ health and happiness in mind. Our conscious creations are safer, stronger and more reliable than the cheap cleaners that you’ll find at the big-box supermarket.

It’s not in our blood to create products that only get half the job done. We make powerful cleaners, degreasers and drain openers for everyone, no matter if you’re a stay-at-home mom in California or a restaurant owner in South Carolina.

Fill your home with safer and more effective cleaners from Green Gobbler today.
 

Tickless is a non-toxic, environmentally friendly tick&flea repellent that works without releasing any chemicals or odors.

Evidence-based, non-toxic products for the freedom in nature and at home.

Tickless emits a high-frequency sound that distracts ticks and fleas as well making them harmless to people and pets. If you have Tickless, then you can have a safe and effective solution to prevent tick bites and tick-borne illnesses.


Our manufacturing company was established in 2010, with the aim to provide a non-toxic solution against parasites. We focus on evidence-based solutions that are harmless for any user and also to nature. Our product within the Tickless ® and Miteless® brands feature the newest technology and provide the best solution against parasites such as ticks, fleas, and mites.
Today we are Europe’s No.1. non-toxic parasite repeller, stretching over 42 countries in five continents.
Our future plan is to become the world’s leading non-toxic parasite repellent provider.
We at Tickless have thought of everything and everyone; cats and all sizes of dogs, horses, home care, hunters, military, campers, hikers, babies, children, and adults. It is a complete solution to the flea and tick problem for all members of our families and communities.
Protect your loved ones with Tickless!

 

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PORTLAND, Ore. – A new type of procedure to spay female cats has been shown to be safe, effective, and saves a little bit of time – which can be important in some high-volume programs such as those operated by animal shelters.
A study on the procedure has been published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, by Kirk Miller, a clinical instructor with the College of Veterinary Medicine at Oregon State University, and practicing veterinarian with the Oregon Humane Society in Portland.
It found that a procedure called a “pedicle tie” is effective at stopping blood flow through two vessels that that go to a cat’s ovary, a preliminary step to removing the ovary and uterus. It’s essentially tying the vessels in a knot – and works just as well, and is about 30 percent faster, than a procedure used for decades that required multiple ligatures to accomplish the same purpose.
There had been no prior study on this approach, and some concern it might cause additional bleeding. But in a survey of 2,136 kittens and adult cats that were neutered using the new technique, it was found to safe with no significant increase in hemorrhagic complications, and slightly reduced the time the animal needed to be under anesthesia.
And, for an average procedure, it saves a couple of minutes out of an overall operation that can take from six to 20 minutes, depending on the skill and experience of the practitioner.
“Saving two minutes may not sound like much, but when you do thousands of these procedures every year, like we do, it can add up in savings of both time and money,” Miller said. “Over the course of a year this may free up about two weeks of time for both the surgeon and anesthetist. That increased efficiency means we can serve more animals, provide the care they need and make them eligible to find new homes.”
The procedure can be taught fairly easily and expertise in it gained within a week or two, Miller said. With its safety and efficacy now verified, it’s anticipated that the procedure may soon be used much more broadly, he said.
Aggressive spay and neuter programs are needed to help address broader concerns about unwanted and homeless companion animals. The American Society for Prevention to Cruelty to Animals estimates there may be as many as 70 million stray cats in the United States. Neutering of dogs and cats helps to address this critical problem, while improving both their behavior and their health
About the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine: The primary mission of the college is to serve the people of Oregon and various livestock and companion animal industries by furthering understanding of animal medical practices and procedures. Through research, clinical practice and extension efforts, the college provides Oregon's future veterinarians with one of the most comprehensive educations available