Pet owners sue N.J. companies over anti-flea, tick medications

03/15/2010 | Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.), The

Dog and cat owners have filed a wave of lawsuits in recent months against five New Jersey companies that make anti-flea or tick medications. A suit filed last week against Hartz Mountain and Summit VetPharm claims the companies' medications contained Pyrethrin, a synthetic version of a chemical that the suit says is "known to poison animals." A spokeswoman for the owner of the companies did not comment for this article.

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