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Your home for wholesale and bulk rates on cedar oil products and do-it-yourself pest control kits. We feature genuine Nature’s Defender and Dr. Ben’s Evictor Products. Accept no imitations! Aroma therapy grade cedar oil isn’t filtered or optimized to our strict scientific standards. We’ve added a natural quartz rock carrier that amplifies the insecticide properties to staggering heights without compromising safety. Our formula is so light and pure that it won’t stain bedding or harm pets. Wipe out bedbugs, destroy cockroaches, get rid of fleas and ticks, eradicate mites, chase away stable flies, repel mosquitoes, kill mosquito eggs and suffocate mosquito larvae in swimming pools, puddles and ponds. Consultations are always free. Ask how we can help eliminate crop pests and compliment integrated pest management systems in organic farming applications.

Cats Vs. Dogs: Who is Smarter?

Sure, dogs can lead the blind and drag children from burning homes, but are they REALLY smarter than cats?
Some researchers claim to have the answer.  In a highly publicized experiment at Canterbury Christ Church University, Dr. Birtta Osthaus observed cats that were given treats attached to strings. When confronted with two strings — one bearing a treat, the other not — the cats were far less successful than dogs who’d been through the same trial.
The same type of results are often found in household experiments where cats and dogs are taught to act on commands such as “sit,” “come here” or “lay down.” It’s generally observed that cats are highly resistant to training.  Dog lovers attribute this to superior intelligence; cat lovers maintain that felines are simply too smug and conceited to find enjoyment in pointless exercises.
The truth is that everyone’s wrong.  Dogs and cats are highly complex creatures that can’t be pigeonholed into neat learning categories by standardized tests.  To begin with, cats and dogs are wired differently.  They don’t learn from their surroundings in the same way.
Dogs are pack animals and cats are solitary creatures who hunt alone.  Wild cats sometimes form groups, but the motive is sharing and protecting a specific territory, not hunting.  Dogs see their human counterparts as pack members, while cats see us as co-inhabitants of a specific territory. Thus, the instinct to mimic and obey is less prominent in cats.
Another key difference between cats and dogs is the way they respond to punishment.   Dogs often become more loving and obedient when they sense that their owners are angry or upset.  Their primary motive is to please.  The same is true in the wild. Wolf cubs learn what behaviors to avoid by growls and physical aggression from dominant peers.  Wild cats aren’t reared within the same type of environment.  As expert climbers and agile escape artists, they are much more likely to flee at the first sign of aggression.  They don’t learn from punishment because they’re wired to avoid the source.

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Our pesticides are 100% organic and approved by NOP and other certification agencies. Our product line has earned the USDA Certified Biobased Product Label for its PCO Choice. As with any pesticide, chemical or natural, our topical formulas should not be ingested by humans or animals. Direct eye contact should be avoided. A mask should be worn when using ANY type of fogging solution for pest control purposes, including organic fog solutions. Prior to fogging, humans and animals should be removed from the home, pilot lights should be turned off and smoke alarms should be disabled. Occupants may return in 4 to 5 hours. Do not spray cedar oil (or any other type of pesticide) into flames or electrical outlets. Should our customers, affiliates or retailers use our products or advise others to use our products without reading instructions, Cedar Oil Solutions will not be held responsible for medical consequences or property damage. Cats treated with cedar oil for fleas should wear Elizabethan cones to prevent them from licking and grooming their fur during treatment. E-cones are widely available at pet stores to prevent cats from licking wounds and surgical incisions. In rare cases, ingestion of this product may cause lethargy or vomiting in cats. The same is true of ANY flea product or shampoo, be it chemical or natural.