Seargeant’s Gold is AWFUL

I bathed my dog in regular shampoo and when she was dry, I applied the “gold”.  Proper dose for size and weight.  Within a few hours she began shivering and became very hyper.  She couldn’t sit still and she was whining terribly.  She had what appeared to be hiccups.  This stuff nearly killed my litttle dog – It should be taken off the market.

7 thoughts on “Seargeant’s Gold is AWFUL”

  1. Just wanted to comment this happened to my 3 yr old pom about a hour after putting it on him he started pacing the floor and his left eye was closed he could not open it-his back area had 2 places that looked burnt-i bathed him and bathed him h could hardly move his back leggs-Never again will i put anything on him that is POISON not even a collar=tks for telling the public SAK

  2. IM PISSED
    almost lost bailey to bad dog food 1 YR AGO thanks to a blood transfusion SHES WELL and NOW THIS IM PISSED THESE DOGS WERE AWFUL WHEN I APPLIED THE CORRECT AMOUNT FOR THE TREATMENT OF FLEE PREVENTION ………….
    I WILL CONTACT WHO EVER IT TAKES THIS WILL NOT HAPPEN TO ANY OTHER DOG……………

  3. Beware,
    Some of the Sergeant’s, Hartz, Frontline, etc have the same exact ingredients. The product name can change, BUT Always look at the ingredients & concentrations…I am sure Hartz has reformulated their banned phenothrin to a different chemical name with the Same Dangers. I’m not a chemist, so I’m not sure. But, it happens all the time with other drugs…READ, READ..

  4. My 11 year old Siamese Pearl became lethargic, confused, vomited, and had convulsions after being treated with FRONTLINE. So I second what ‘djpyne’ says, but the major problem is, the neurotoxins are probably in the “inert” ingredients that the company uses to disperse the active ingredients around the skin. And companies don’t have to disclose what they use in their dispersants. Pearl survived after 2+ harrowing days in our vet’s ICU, with IV liquids and Valium. I sat on the floor next to her crate hour after hour, while they did procedures in the next room, so I could comfort her in that noisy place. She was one very sick cat. And the hair came out in the area where the drops were applied, a few days later.

    So beware the prescription drops too, PLEASE. Watch your pets for a few hours after you treat them. And make sure you send in an EPA report every time you observe an adverse reaction.

  5. all OTC flea products need to be pulled off the shelves, Sergeants Gold killed my 7 month old kitten 12 hours after application. I simply do not understand how these huge companies get away with much pain and torture they inflict on SO many animals???? Hired a lawyer…will wait and see what happens…

  6. LET ME KNOW, THE SAME THING HAPPENED TO BOTH MY DOGS.  I AM PISSED OFF.  THINKING ABOUT HIRING A LAWYER TOO.

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