Pet Odor Exterminator Candle™ - Mulberry & Spice Jar

Pet Odor Exterminator Candle™ - Mulberry & Spice Jar (13 oz)

The Pet Odor Exterminator Candle Jar is a professional strength scented candle that both combats and covers pet odors.  This product combines paraffin and soy with powerful enzymes that work to attack malodor caused by cats, dogs, reptiles, and other small animals while it burns. Each candle is made to burn for 70 hours to ensure that your home or work environment always smells fresh and clean. The Pet Odor Exterminator Candle Jar is made here in the United States and is a mere 13 ounces for your convenience. This product features a pleasant Mulberry & Spice scent, but candles are also available in other appealing aromas. Keep any area full of a pleasant scent that your pet will love with this long-burning, odor-eliminating candle and order today! Key Features: Burns for 70 hours Paraffin & soy blend features enzymatic formula to eliminate odors from: dogs, cats, reptiles, small animals. Made in USA.

 

There is a break from shopping? Do you want to train? K9 Team members undergo rigorous training and evaluation before being allowed to participate in actual search operations. This includes weekly training year round and annual re-evaluations. All members complete courses in first aid and CPR (human and K9), radio communications, crime scene preservation, incident command, land navigation and lost victim behavior. Team members participate in search and rescue seminars to learn more about the latest in training techniques and equipment. Each dog team that enters the field consists of dog, dog handler and a field support member (navigator). The navigator plays a crucial role on the team. This person helps ensure the dog handler they are in their assigned area (sector), and communicates back to incident command on their current position throughout the entire search. Field support is also required to report any areas that were not covered, and to keep an accurate log of any indications given by the dog if noted by the dog handler. Field support can also help support the dog handler if weather conditions change, such as wind direction or special weather bulletin alerts that may come up. If a victim is located, the navigator must be able to communicate and give a clear and accurate location so the leading agencies can deploy the necessary help or equipment to the scene.
CEO & Founder A. B. Smith

 

   


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