Veterinarians Beth Crombie, Tristan Wilhelm and Jayne Kubat say a news report warning that a popular flea and tick collar may be dangerous is flawed. The report cites consumer complaints to the Environmental Protection Agency, but no formal investigation has been conducted to confirm the complaints' validity, and, despite widespread availability of counterfeit knockoffs, the report does not indicate how many of the collars were bought from a reliable source.
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