PetSmart has just settled on a $392,842 settlement for selling unregistered pesticides, including flea & tick products. Trust PetSmart to care about your pets or your family? Maybe not so much. [For the California DPR announcement and a list of the products, click here.] If a product is not registered with the EPA, it has not undergone approved testing for […]
Notes from the Environmental Protection Agency meeting September 2011 regarding flea and tick products.
EPA releases inert ingredient database. Return from Washington, DC and meeting with the EPA about harmful flea & tick products.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) list of cancelled flea and tick products for the week of August 5, 2011.
Open comment letter to the EPA on the ban of propoxur flea & tick collars. The EPA has already said propoxur is too toxic for home use, so why allow it into our homes in the guise of pet products?