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Animals In Print
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From 24 October 2003 Issue

Hartz Flea and Tick Drops Allegedly Deadly

I am sending this to you for the purpose to raise the awareness that the Hartz Advanced Flea and Tick Drops are allegedly deadly to your cats and dogs. Many cats and dogs have allegedly become violently ill and have died from the use of this product. I am a member of  and we are trying to have Hartz be held responsible for there product that is supposed to help our pets from the biting fleas not kill or make them sick for moreinfo on this please go to

Thank you, for any help on getting the word out.
Mike Rowe
Walnut CA.

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