Anti-Flea Products Deemed Safe After Lengthy Government Investigation

Anti-flea and tick products, known as spot-on, and sold for use on dogs and cats, will not be banned or pulled from the market after a nearly nine-month government investigation into their safety. But labels are expected to change in the coming months. The products under scrutiny are called spot-on because they are liquid products that are applied topically, usually once a month, to a dog or cat's skin, often between the shoulder blades. After a reported spike in the number of dogs and cats...Full Story
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