Our pets are our family, and according to a CBS News report a popular flea collar is reportedly linked to nearly 1,700 deaths and 75,000 incidents. Experts say that the high number of incidents is alarming, and it has sparked action by U.S. Congress. United States Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) has called for the collars to be pulled off the market temporarily, but the company refuses to issue a recall despite the evidence and plea from Congress.
As a pet lover, and dog daddy to two beautiful rescue pups, I would be devastated and outraged if this happened to my fur babies. Share this story with your friends so we can keep consumers informed of the potential danger this product can cause dogs or cats. If you'd like to see the company take more responsibility for the concerns of tens of thousands of customers and our United States Congress, you can call or email the company or your local U.S. Congress Representative to express your concern. You can also choose not to purchase this product and ask your veterinarian for a safer option.