The Dangers Of Non Natural Flea And Tick Products – The Proof
Many ask the question “do amber pet collars work”. Here is the answer, and the proof that natural ALWAYS Wins.
Doctoress Deva Khalsa VMD
Since beginning her holistically oriented veterinary practice over 25 years ago, Dr Deva Khalsa has been incorporating homeopathy, acupuncture, Chinese herbs and nutritional advice into her practice. She also offers her unique Allergy Elimination 4 Pet technique to naturally reboot your pet’s inappropriate immune system responses. She’s the author of Dr Khalsa’s Natural Dog, now in its second edition. Visit her online at doctordeva.com
As a veterinarian, I’ve been taught that the majority of flea and tick products are harmless and safe, but evidence now shows that both the ‘active’ and some ‘inactive’ ingredients in the spot- on preparations have been linked to serious health effects both in laboratory animals and in pets.
Once you expose your animal to toxic chemicals, including vaccines, drugs and non natural flea and tick products, your pets liver and immune system are compromised.
The Washington-based Center for Public Integrity (CPI), a nonprofit investigative news organization, and the National Resources Defence Council, an environmental advocacy group, have both published reports about the safety of prescription and over-the-counter flea and tick treatments.
Dr. Dobozy of the EPA’s Pesticide Division has found that the active ingredient (fipronil) in Frontine remains in a pet’s system with the potential for nervous system and thyroid toxicity. Tests on laboratory animals resulted in thyroid cancer and altered thyroid hormones, liver and kidney toxicity, reduced fertility and convulsions. Frontline’s web site creates the impression that the product stays in the oil glands of the skin. But Dr. Dobozy’s study showed that, in fact, it does enter the body and the organ systems.
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