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Author of Keep Fleas Off

Still using all the chemicals you can find to combat those fleas? Have you done everything outside of trying to shoot the fleas off the dog? You are not alone, there are an estimated more than 50 million households with pets, and yes, most are not just fighting the war against these pesky parasites, they are losing the war. Most people do not realize just how devastating the losses are. If only 10 per cent of these pet owners are treating the yard for fleas, can your imagine the amount of harmful chemicals that is getting into the ground water? These chemicals make their way to the sea where they have been found in fish and the seabirds that feed on fish. Clean water is a valuable resource, we cannot afford to destroy it. Think about all the chemicals put in our water now just to make it "safe to drink"; if you want to believe that it is.

Bathe your pet with a so-called flea shampoo, and you leave behind a petrochemical residue that can be unsafe for the pet and the household. If that is not bad enough, the pet will lick himself and yes, take an oral dose. Go into any grocery store and head for the pet care aisle. If you smell the flea products in the store, you are experiencing a nose full of their off-gassing. Face it, chemicals off-gas.

Perhaps, you think that flea powder is a better choice. Guess again! After holding your poor animal down long enough to sift this disagreeable stuff into his fur, he is going to shake off as much of it as possible, and who could blame him. This fine dust will migrate into anything around, the carpet, the furniture, and maybe even your own hair. It is sure to get up your nose. Maybe this is the universe trying to get you to stop this harmful practice. At any rate, now the flea powder is further out into the pet's fur, clearing the way for the fleas to continue to travel the skin on the pet, biting him and leaving behind debris. At minimum, you have fouled the environment, and you probably did the powdering inside your home. Since we have all probably done it, don't beat yourself up, at least not the first time.

Flea collars are another dangerous choice that we have all made. The poison is right there on the collar for the purpose of rubbing off onto the pet. Will it rub off on anything else, like the hands of a small child, or even your own? You bet! Does your pet sleep in his collar? In your bed? What do you think is happening here? Essentially, we are just rubbing heaven knows what kind of chemicals all over us when we sleep with a pet that is wearing a poison necklace. Should you quit associating with your pet? Absolutely not! Pets are a valuable part of our lives. They offer companionship and teach us a lot as well. Just show them more respect and stop using those awful flea collars.

Continuing your sojourn through the parasite jungle, the veterinarian's office is probably going to be your next stop. Aha! The flea dip. It has to work! Well, why not, it contains a contact killer, and because you got it from the vet you will assume it safe. Maybe it will kill the fleas that showed up on the pet today. Of course, submerging him in this poison means that some of it will be absorbed into the pet's skin. Cats are especially sensitive, and dips have been known to kill some. It makes many sick. If it poisoned or weakened your pet, would you know what to look for? How many hours would you need to monitor your pet? When you pour out the dip, where does the poison go? So many questions, so many freaky answers. This should steer you away from flea dips.

The average pet owner is pretty sure that a flea spray for misting the pet on a regular basis will not only work, but is a real easy solution. Coating the outside of the hair doesn't work because the fleas will travel under it along the skin where the blood cells can be reached. Use this method, only if you want a toxic cloud that will float above the pet for you to breathe, or maybe, it will make its way into your air conditioning ducts and be well distributed throughout your home. Remember that these sprays contain poisons. If we breathe them in, our bodies can store them. Many people will think that this is just the price that must be paid, after all this is a war on fleas! The bigger question here is: "Do you really want your home to become a toxic waste site?" The residue spewed into your environment is going to stay there until someone cleans it up. And depending upon how you go about the clean up, you could just be making it worse, especially if you are using chemicals for the cleanup. Unless you are a chemist, don't assume that it is safe to mix one chemical with another.

Of course, you could always use pet meds, that is, medicine for the fleas that the pet must take. That hardly seems fair! Would you be able to tell how bad your pet feels from the side effects? At one time or another we have all taken a medication that we found to be disagreeable. The problem here is one of communication. The pet cannot tell you that the medicine does not suit him.

So, now you are ready for the weapons of "vast destruction". You go for the big guns. You will start using the poison to the back of the neck. That ought to take care of them, if the fleas come along first, before little hands. Of course, the liquid can be absorbed into the skin of the pet getting into his blood stream and going to all parts of his body. Most hearts and livers don't really require poisons. How about yourself, did you absorb any? Did you breathe in any vapors? Does the product continue to emit vapors? If you can smell it, maybe you already know that the vapors are there. Keep in mind that many of the spot treatments contain chemicals that are known to be neurotoxins. Like most of the population, you did not read the label, nor would you recognize the names of any neurotoxins. And you probably would not know that neurotoxins can affect the brain. Your pet may develop a twitch from a neurotoxin. Don't you wonder if the same thing could happen to you? While the pet is in the most danger from this, the person applying it is not home free! This stuff can rub off and be distributed anywhere in the environment of the pet, affecting any life form in this environment. It is important to realize that the difference between poisons to kill fleas and poisons to kill higher life forms is simply the size of the dose. Since our bodies can store and accumulate poisons from the environment, we have no way of knowing what could be in store for us as a result of exposure to these poisons.

Recently, there were more than 28,000 sites, on just one search engine, on the internet related to pesticide poisoning from flea products. No matter what the reasons were, the poisoning happened because the products were available, and a reasonably logical person thought them safe for use. We readily accept whatever we are used to seeing. Harmful flea products are in the mainstream of our lives. Just go to any big food store, home improvement store, drug store, pet food store, and yes, even the Walmart, and you can find an arsenal for combating fleas.

Until 1990, I used everything available for flea control. After many bad experiences, I realized that I was declaring chemical warfare on my pets, my home, my yard, the environment, and on myself as well. Knowing that this had to stop, if I were going survive, I set out to find a pesticide-free way to keep fleas off my cats. My first step was to eliminate everything that had not worked for me in my war against fleas. So, I had to forget all the flea products that I knew about. Living in Florida, meant combing off the fleas every hour if the cats went out on the screened porch, but I did it, in addition to wearing out a good vacuum cleaner. After a couple of years of trial and error, I developed a simple, cheap, and safe method that is so effective that the cats seem to be "invisible to fleas". Not only am I happy to be able to keep fleas off my cats, but I feel good about giving up my life of crime against the environment.

There are many sites on the internet where you can find out all the names of the harmful chemicals used in flea products. Anti-pesticide groups offer a lot of valuable information, as does the NRDC (National Resource Defense Council) and the CDC (Center for Disease Control). Even some animal rescue organizations post warning against certain products. Personally, I think that the terms KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN and WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER HANDLING should give us the clues we need. Plain and simple, do not use these products, there is something unsafe about them. Trust me, the manufacturer is not just adding this information to make the label larger. There had to be a law somewhere that forced them to put these warnings on. Restrictions of this sort don't surface until harm has been done, and until a lot of action has been taken by environmental groups. Your best course of action is to do the research yourself. Do not wait for the mainstream (corporate) media to inform you about what to use to keep fleas off your pet. The information that they decide you should have is influenced by advertising dollars from the chemical industry.

Visit the NRDC flea product information sites and some Anti-pesticide group sites. They can be real eye openers. While you are looking at their sites, I hope you will take a few minutes to visit the KEEP FLEAS OFF site at: http://www.liquorman.net/keepfleasoff/.

I suggest that you download information concerning the flea poisons, and use it as a guide to help protect your environment. After all, we are not just what we eat, but what we absorb through our skins and what we breathe into our lungs. Once a substance gets into your bloodstream, it has access to every cell that you own. One of the few powers, that you still have, is the power to control the environment in your home, USE IT!

Nell is an artist (clay and glass), origionally from NC, and has lived in Florida for 20 years. Currently, she has two cats, one raised from a rescued kitten and the other adopted from the pound, when the cat was four years old. In addition to her art, she works part-time testing computer software systems.


TODAYS NEWS BY OFFICEJAX FREE ADVERTISING AND AD EXCHANGE SOLUTIONSMORE PETS INFORMATION RESOURCES updated Mon. June / 01 / 2020

What heading back to the office means for our pets - Phys.org
What heading back to the office means for our pets  Phys.org

Free Pet Happiness Parenting Basics Plan and eCourse to Help Pets and Their Families During These COVID-19 Lifestyle Changes - PRNewswire
Free Pet Happiness Parenting Basics Plan and eCourse to Help Pets and Their Families During These COVID-19 Lifestyle Changes  PRNewswire

Top 5 Things-to-Do to Prepare Your Pet for Hurricane Season - Grand Island Independent
Top 5 Things-to-Do to Prepare Your Pet for Hurricane Season  Grand Island Independent

Hurricane 2020: A veterinarian on protecting pets from the storm and virus | Column - Tampa Bay Times
Hurricane 2020: A veterinarian on protecting pets from the storm and virus | Column  Tampa Bay Times

East Bay pets of the week for June 5 - East Bay Times
East Bay pets of the week for June 5  East Bay Times

Humane Society Silicon Valley helps pets affected by pandemic - The Mercury News
Humane Society Silicon Valley helps pets affected by pandemic  The Mercury News

Pet Anxiety Awareness Month - WFLA
Pet Anxiety Awareness Month  WFLA

Pets find homes during pandemic - Journal Times
Pets find homes during pandemic  Journal Times

Dakin Humane Society: Pets offer companionship during pandemic - MassLive.com
Dakin Humane Society: Pets offer companionship during pandemic  MassLive.com

Pets galore, the selection of big hearts grows - Knox VillageSoup - Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald
Pets galore, the selection of big hearts grows - Knox VillageSoup  Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald

Pets of the week: June 1 - White County News
Pets of the week: June 1  White County News

Rufty-Holmes Senior Center hands out Companion Pets - Salisbury Post - Salisbury Post
Rufty-Holmes Senior Center hands out Companion Pets - Salisbury Post  Salisbury Post

Drive-up microchipping for pets - KFYR-TV
Drive-up microchipping for pets  KFYR-TV

PET SENSE: What happens to our pets when we go back to work for the new normal? - Shoreline Times
PET SENSE: What happens to our pets when we go back to work for the new normal?  Shoreline Times

Cornerstone Animal Hospital -Our pets are an important part of our families and they receive quality care (052920) - KSNF/KODE - FourStatesHomepage.com
Cornerstone Animal Hospital -Our pets are an important part of our families and they receive quality care (052920)  KSNF/KODE - FourStatesHomepage.com

RACC starts shelter pet video conference program - WWBT NBC12 News
RACC starts shelter pet video conference program  WWBT NBC12 News

A Paws for Health: Allergies Spring Symptoms For Our Pets - 9 & 10 News - 9&10 News
A Paws for Health: Allergies Spring Symptoms For Our Pets - 9 & 10 News  9&10 News

Lost Dog, Boston Terrier in West End (Juniper Ridge area) - Southern Pines Pilot
Lost Dog, Boston Terrier in West End (Juniper Ridge area)  Southern Pines Pilot

Queens' first Pet Food Pantry to offer relief to animal owners struggling amid COVID-19 pandemic - QNS.com
Queens' first Pet Food Pantry to offer relief to animal owners struggling amid COVID-19 pandemic  QNS.com

Pet Scene: Summit County's adoptable pets for the week of May 31, 2020 - Summit Daily News
Pet Scene: Summit County's adoptable pets for the week of May 31, 2020  Summit Daily News

Adorable Adoptable Pets Of The Week From Anne Arundel SPCA - Anne Arundel, MD Patch
Adorable Adoptable Pets Of The Week From Anne Arundel SPCA  Anne Arundel, MD Patch

Pets of the Week: May 30, 2020 - Washington Daily News - thewashingtondailynews.com
Pets of the Week: May 30, 2020 - Washington Daily News  thewashingtondailynews.com

Halifax Humane Society's Pets of the Week for June 4 - Ormond Beach Observer
Halifax Humane Society's Pets of the Week for June 4  Ormond Beach Observer

Pets’ obesity, muscle problems increase due to inactivity in COVID-19 outbreak | Daily Sabah - Daily Sabah
Pets’ obesity, muscle problems increase due to inactivity in COVID-19 outbreak | Daily Sabah  Daily Sabah

KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Chuck - KCBD
KCBD’s Pet of the Day: Meet Chuck  KCBD

5 pet grooming tips you can learn during the COVID-19 pandemic - KRCRTV.COM
5 pet grooming tips you can learn during the COVID-19 pandemic  KRCRTV.COM

Survey shows benefits of pet ownership during pandemic - Atlanta Journal Constitution
Survey shows benefits of pet ownership during pandemic  Atlanta Journal Constitution

Hug your pets and stay safe sign.jpg - The Macomb Daily
Hug your pets and stay safe sign.jpg  The Macomb Daily

Potsdam animal shelter adoption rate consistent through pandemic; pets still ready for adoption - North Country Now
Potsdam animal shelter adoption rate consistent through pandemic; pets still ready for adoption  North Country Now

Keep your pets cool! Tips to keep them safe during the heatwave - KUTV 2News
Keep your pets cool! Tips to keep them safe during the heatwave  KUTV 2News

Robin's Nest: Adapting for your home and pet - Montclair Local
Robin's Nest: Adapting for your home and pet  Montclair Local

Gallery: Pets of the week: Meet Kenny - nwitimes.com
Gallery: Pets of the week: Meet Kenny  nwitimes.com

Super-rich go after £11,000 savannah cats for pets - Tatler
Super-rich go after £11,000 savannah cats for pets  Tatler

Should you be quarantining with your pets? - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Should you be quarantining with your pets?  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Michelle's Pet Sitting Service - Pleasanton, CA Patch - Patch.com
Michelle's Pet Sitting Service - Pleasanton, CA Patch  Patch.com

Pandemic pets: How to take care of that newly adopted quarantine companion - The Mercury News
Pandemic pets: How to take care of that newly adopted quarantine companion  The Mercury News

Animal Welfare League of Alexandria distributes 5K pounds of free pet supplies during coronavirus pandemic - WTOP
Animal Welfare League of Alexandria distributes 5K pounds of free pet supplies during coronavirus pandemic  WTOP

Sherrill native offers pet euthanasia service - Oneida Dispatch
Sherrill native offers pet euthanasia service  Oneida Dispatch

Firefighters battle fire at Princeton pet shop - MyWebTimes.com
Firefighters battle fire at Princeton pet shop  MyWebTimes.com

My Pet Pal: Lady - News from southeastern Connecticut - theday.com
My Pet Pal: Lady - News from southeastern Connecticut  theday.com

Woman dies in fire at Midland pet kennel - CBS7 News
Woman dies in fire at Midland pet kennel  CBS7 News

Animal Humane Society hoping families adopt pocket pets who still need a home - KSTP
Animal Humane Society hoping families adopt pocket pets who still need a home  KSTP

Are you paying more attention to your dog or cat during coronavirus quarantine? You're not alone, survey shows - USA TODAY
Are you paying more attention to your dog or cat during coronavirus quarantine? You're not alone, survey shows  USA TODAY

This is what happens to the pets left behind when their owners die from coronavirus - CNN
This is what happens to the pets left behind when their owners die from coronavirus  CNN

Families Foster Classroom Pets During Coronavirus Shutdown - NPR
Families Foster Classroom Pets During Coronavirus Shutdown  NPR

Mass. Pets Getting Seriously Hurt in Grooming Mishaps, Veterinarians Say - nbcboston.com
Mass. Pets Getting Seriously Hurt in Grooming Mishaps, Veterinarians Say  nbcboston.com

Prevent damage, danger from rabbits' habits: Pet Connection - GoErie.com
Prevent damage, danger from rabbits' habits: Pet Connection  GoErie.com

Premier Pet Supply owner gives tips on keeping your pet occupied - WDIV ClickOnDetroit
Premier Pet Supply owner gives tips on keeping your pet occupied  WDIV ClickOnDetroit

Your quarantined pet may be acting odd. Here’s how to help. - The Washington Post
Your quarantined pet may be acting odd. Here’s how to help.  The Washington Post

Pet of the Week: Yellow lab will make a loyal pet - WKRG News 5
Pet of the Week: Yellow lab will make a loyal pet  WKRG News 5

Veterinarian Addresses Concerns About Pets & COVID-19 - WHMI
Veterinarian Addresses Concerns About Pets & COVID-19  WHMI

Pets for Life helps Madison pet owners survive the pandemic - Madison.com
Pets for Life helps Madison pet owners survive the pandemic  Madison.com

Pets strange behavior amid COVID-19 - 11Alive.com WXIA
Pets strange behavior amid COVID-19  11Alive.com WXIA

Pets of the Week: May 28, 2020 - WSIL TV
Pets of the Week: May 28, 2020  WSIL TV

Thief makes off with dozens of puppies and birds from Bronx pet store - New York Post
Thief makes off with dozens of puppies and birds from Bronx pet store  New York Post

Expert Tips on How to Keep Pets Happy and Safe at Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic - PEOPLE
Expert Tips on How to Keep Pets Happy and Safe at Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic  PEOPLE

Coronavirus and pets: Scams exploit animal lovers in crisis - Los Angeles Times
Coronavirus and pets: Scams exploit animal lovers in crisis  Los Angeles Times

Adopting a Pet From a Shelter in California: What You Need to Know - The New York Times
Adopting a Pet From a Shelter in California: What You Need to Know  The New York Times

Limelight Pet Project: Meet Cyrus! - Q13 News Seattle
Limelight Pet Project: Meet Cyrus!  Q13 News Seattle

PET recycling technologies get EU nod - Plastics Recycling Update
PET recycling technologies get EU nod  Plastics Recycling Update

Veterinarians reveal the biggest mistakes you're making when buying toys for your pets - Insider - INSIDER
Veterinarians reveal the biggest mistakes you're making when buying toys for your pets - Insider  INSIDER

A Guide for First-Time Pet Owners During the Pandemic - The New York Times
A Guide for First-Time Pet Owners During the Pandemic  The New York Times

How to adopt your next pet safely and virtually - The Verge
How to adopt your next pet safely and virtually  The Verge

Play ideas to keep your pet active and alert - Daijiworld.com
Play ideas to keep your pet active and alert  Daijiworld.com

N.J. pets in need: May 25, 2020 - nj.com
N.J. pets in need: May 25, 2020  nj.com

Pet Sustainability Coalition Welcomes New Board and Staff Members - PetProductNews.com
Pet Sustainability Coalition Welcomes New Board and Staff Members  PetProductNews.com

How's your pet's life in quarantine? - Herald-Mail Media
How's your pet's life in quarantine?  Herald-Mail Media

Here are the latest label offerings that help out PET recycling - Plastics Recycling Update
Here are the latest label offerings that help out PET recycling  Plastics Recycling Update

How Safe Are Pets from Coronavirus? - Bloomberg
How Safe Are Pets from Coronavirus?  Bloomberg

First-ever national virtual pet super adoption hopes to place thousands of pets - KUTV 2News
First-ever national virtual pet super adoption hopes to place thousands of pets  KUTV 2News

Adopt-a-Pet June 1 - Chadds Ford Live - Chadds Ford Live
Adopt-a-Pet June 1 - Chadds Ford Live  Chadds Ford Live

How to Make Your Garden Safe for Pets - 7 Unexpected Solutions for a Pet-Safe Garden - HouseBeautiful.com
How to Make Your Garden Safe for Pets - 7 Unexpected Solutions for a Pet-Safe Garden  HouseBeautiful.com

Is it safe to take your pet to groomers as states reopen? Here’s what experts say - Miami Herald
Is it safe to take your pet to groomers as states reopen? Here’s what experts say  Miami Herald

The best virtual veterinary services for your pets - Insider - INSIDER
The best virtual veterinary services for your pets - Insider  INSIDER

Cats, Dogs and COVID: How Safe Are Your Pets? - WebMD
Cats, Dogs and COVID: How Safe Are Your Pets?  WebMD

Pet of the week: Meet Joe - The Willits News
Pet of the week: Meet Joe  The Willits News

Thinking Of Adopting A Pet? Here Are Tips To Help You Find A New Furry Friend - WBUR
Thinking Of Adopting A Pet? Here Are Tips To Help You Find A New Furry Friend  WBUR

How to tell your dog or cat that Beshear said it's OK to leave and go back to work now - Courier Journal
How to tell your dog or cat that Beshear said it's OK to leave and go back to work now  Courier Journal

Man arrested while attempting to save animals during Princeton pet-store fire - Peoria Journal Star
Man arrested while attempting to save animals during Princeton pet-store fire  Peoria Journal Star

How coronavirus quarantine is changing life — and vet treatment — for your pet - IndyStar
How coronavirus quarantine is changing life — and vet treatment — for your pet  IndyStar

Helen Woodward Animal Center Adopt a Pet: Dany - - KUSI
Helen Woodward Animal Center Adopt a Pet: Dany -  KUSI

Are people with pets less likely to die if they catch Covid-19? - Inverse
Are people with pets less likely to die if they catch Covid-19?  Inverse

Healthy pets, happy humans - The Daily Planet
Healthy pets, happy humans  The Daily Planet

Power of pets: Exploring psychological effects of adding a dog to the family - OCRegister
Power of pets: Exploring psychological effects of adding a dog to the family  OCRegister

Pet of the week: Meet Snoop - The Willits News
Pet of the week: Meet Snoop  The Willits News

Moment of Paws: About your pets and the pandemic - Dorchester Reporter
Moment of Paws: About your pets and the pandemic  Dorchester Reporter

5 Tips for Bringing a New Pet Home - GlobeNewswire
5 Tips for Bringing a New Pet Home  GlobeNewswire

Houston nonprofit launches free pet boarding program to aid survivors of domestic violence - KPRC Click2Houston
Houston nonprofit launches free pet boarding program to aid survivors of domestic violence  KPRC Click2Houston

Allegro is this week's adoptable pet with the Chemung County SPCA - WENY-TV
Allegro is this week's adoptable pet with the Chemung County SPCA  WENY-TV

Pet trainers finding innovative ways during pandemic to teach new pet owners old tricks - Manchester Ink Link
Pet trainers finding innovative ways during pandemic to teach new pet owners old tricks  Manchester Ink Link

Pets provide companionship. Consider adopting a pet who needs you - Desert Sun
Pets provide companionship. Consider adopting a pet who needs you  Desert Sun

18 products that actually remove pet hair - USA TODAY
18 products that actually remove pet hair  USA TODAY

Some People Are Abandoning Their Pets During Pandemic as Animal Anxiety Spreads - Yahoo News
Some People Are Abandoning Their Pets During Pandemic as Animal Anxiety Spreads  Yahoo News

A highly contagious and fatal virus is spreading in several states. Its victims are rabbits. - The Washington Post
A highly contagious and fatal virus is spreading in several states. Its victims are rabbits.  The Washington Post

How do we prepare our pets for life post-COVID? - ABC News
How do we prepare our pets for life post-COVID?  ABC News

Pet dementia can affect any animal - NW Evening Mail
Pet dementia can affect any animal  NW Evening Mail

Boy Scout Ryan Kindle builds neighborhood pet pit stop - CapeGazette.com
Boy Scout Ryan Kindle builds neighborhood pet pit stop  CapeGazette.com

PET/MRI shows inflammation link to mitral valve prolapse - AuntMinnie
PET/MRI shows inflammation link to mitral valve prolapse  AuntMinnie

Pets Choice and StreetVet mark partnership milestone - Pet Gazette
Pets Choice and StreetVet mark partnership milestone  Pet Gazette

Dublin Pet Fair canceled for this year - NBC4 WCMH-TV
Dublin Pet Fair canceled for this year  NBC4 WCMH-TV

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