Did actual research…

You are all morons. The alleged ingredient doesn’t cause anything you are claiming it does. Perhaps the flea infestation is at fault

One Reply to “Did actual research…”

  1. well then it must not have been that extensive at all. go ahead and take a look again


    “The active ingredients in HartzĀ® UltraGuardĀ® topical treatments for dogs, and Hartz UltraGuardĀ® topical treatments for cats —>(Etofenprox)<— have the lowest EPA Oral Toxicity Classification, Class IV."


    "Toxic Symptoms caused by Etofenprox Poisoning

    The primary symptoms of intoxication with most synthetic pyrethroids affect mainly the nervous and muscular systems. However, the liver was also a major target organ for the toxicity of etofenprox in dogs. Other target organs for toxicity in rats were the kidney, thyroid and hematopoietic (blood building) system.
    Most frequent symptoms are:
    Ataxia (uncoordinated movements)
    Hyperreactivity (exaggerated reaction to stimuli)
    Tremor (uncoordinated trembling or shaking movements)
    Paresthesia (skin sensation of tingling, tickling, prickling)
    Exhaustion (lethargy, fatigue)
    Hypersalivation (drooling)
    Urinary incontinence"


    "Etofenprox is a pyrethroid derivative which is used as an insecticide.[1] Mitsui Chemicals Agro Inc. is the main manufacturer of the Chemical. It is also used as an ingredient in flea medication for cats. "

    but please, go on to tell people who have had there pets die, how this is not a toxic or poisonous substance that dose not cause the side effects there pets have had

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