Pets

Chemical Culprits: Flea-Control Chemicals

Fleas are obnoxious and if you’ve seen your pet scratching a lot or, worse yet, are bitten yourself, you know how itchy and uncomfortable the jumpy little insects can be. Read more »

Control Fleas Without Chemicals

Flea and tick treatments may contain toxic chemicals that can poison pets and harm people. Even when applied as instructed on the box, these chemicals are not safe, either for pets or for humans. Read more »

What's Best For Your Pet?

Helping your pet may help your heath as well. Test your animal companion know-how with our quiz. Read more »

Toxic Flea and Tick Treatments

Your pet can't tolerate fleas and ticks, and neither can you, but the wrong cure can be worse than the problem. Flea and tick treatments may contain toxic chemicals that can poison pets and harm people. Read more »

Propoxur (Flea and Tick Pesticide)

The insecticide propoxur, used in pet flea and tick collars, is a known human carcinogen and is toxic to the nervous system. Read more »

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