Some posts on the different products we have tackled. Since there are literally thousands of products on the market, we do the best we can to tackle them one at a time.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/maidenshade Jennifer Swan Hopkins

    I am wondering about an herbal product called PetGuard Natural Cat Collar.  Here are its ingredients: Oils of peppermint, eucalyptus, cedarwood, citronella, rosemary and lavender.

    I have a horrible feeling our cat Frankie was neurologically damaged, too.  Reading TTs story made me cry, and I posted it on my FB page, too.  

    • Anonymous

      Hi Jennifer – Cats are especially sensitive to essences. All of those you listed are actually toxic to cats because they don’t have the enzymes to process them. This means that if you don’t see an immediate reaction, it can still cause kidney issues down the road. On Facebook, you can “Like” the Official List of Toxins Killing Animals. There is a list of essences on there toxic to cats. Can you tell me a bit about Frankie? I am sorry to hear he has issues. :( It’s painful because it should never happen in the first place.

  • Llambert43

    Is PetArour safe to use on dogs uder 50 lbs?What is the best to use because our dog has a very weak stomach every since he had heart worms.They caught them in time .Also what is best for hearworm treatment?

  • Lucy Kiphart & Judy Simon

    Hi TT!! What about PetArmor for dogs? it has fipronil in it….i dont see this on your list of toxins…can you help us?

  • Lucy Kiphart

    Hi TT! What about PetArmor with fipronil??? for dogs?