pesticides

by:  Deva Khalsa DVM
Article Excerpt from January 2011
 

Safe alternatives are very much needed for flea and tick control.  Medical problems that have become common in our dogs and cats could potentially be linked to these previously “believed to be innocuous” spot-on products.

The laundry list of the toxins our pets are exposed to on a daily basis has the potential to result in a multitude of diseases in our dogs and cats.    A recent study showed that bladder cancer in Scotties was linked to lawn chemicals.  The bottom line is that our pets our constantly exposed to a variety of toxins and we need to provide them with the tools to flush these dangerous chemicals out of their bodies.

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