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Dan Writes:
Last year I gave my 1 year old Chihuahua front line flea and trick treatment per
the instructions before I went to bed. I put my dog in her kennel next to my bed.  I
woke up 30 minutes later to my dog drooling and foaming at the mouth.  I ran
her to the bathroom and bathed her right away.  She slowly got better as the
night went on.  Just glad I woke up or she might not have made it through the
night.

Louise Writes:
We have been using Frontline as prescribed by directions on pack and vets
advice. Last December 2014 we noticed a lesion on the back of our dogs
neck, this is the exact spot where the Frontline is applied. After a few days I
noticed it was not healing so took him to our vet. The vet removed the lesion
and got a biopsy on it. A few days later was rung to be told my dog had a very
aggressive melanoma.  Luckily I acted on this quickly as the tumor had been
completely removed. We then had further tests to make sure tumor had not
spread and was then recommend to give him on a vaccination which would
prevent further tumors. Naturally I was wanting to give my dog the best of care.
I then looked into how my dog could of got this type of melanoma. To me all the
evidence leads to my use of Frontline as this is the only direct treatment I have
ever used on my dog. I rang Merial the company that supplies frontline and they
said there is no link and have never had any complaints and said that maybe
my dog got the melanoma from the micro chip , which is no where near that
area. They then offered me 6 months supply of Nexgard.I declined and found
that the attitude and response of this company to be very poor. How ironic is it
to have a company that gives our pets highly toxic flea control and then supply
us with expensive vaccines.
Marla Writes:
She is in the hospital under 24 hour watch with pancreatitis.  don't know if it is
related, but have found some articles on pancreatitis that state it can be caused
by pesticides.  $2,500 in 2 days and counting... still hoping and praying she
survives
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Teresa Writes:
He's like one of my children... It broke my heart to see him paralyzed.  But I'm
one of the lucky ones because he fully recovered.
 
Linda Writes:
Hello my name is Linda I'm reaching out because I stumbled across your comments on a
website. My heart is breaking and I'm in need of some guidence from someone who doesn't
think I'm crazy. On May 20th I gave my 15 year old dog Patches a dose of frontline plus and on
Saturday I noticed his eyes doing this strange gaze/half roll and by Saturday night he seemed to
lose is balance some. At that moment I thought it might have just been a long day for him.
Patches had back surgery when he was 5 so sometimes he looses his balance.  However, on
Sunday afternoon his eye gaze/ roll was worse. I called my vet he told me to give him some pain
relief medication and bring Patches in first thing Monday morning. On Monday we ran blood
work gave him an anti-inflammatory shot and re filled pain medicine. Since then I have gone back
to the vet twice because every day Patches seems to be experiencing new symptoms. His
symptoms include Confusion, walking around, whining, stumbling more often. His eye gaze/roll
has not occurred since Monday but his confusion is worse. Patches is on a steroids, nerve
medication and pain pill. Last night is the first time I made the conclusion that it was Frontline
Plus that caused all this.
Debbie Writes:
Within 15 minutes of applying FP, she started to have a seizure and never
recovered, she died on the way to the vet.
Paul Wrote
On December 7th, 2014, I bought Frontline Plus for small dogs for my three Chihuahuas. Two of my
Chi's are brothers, very small, while the third is almost twice the size of the other two. At approximately
4:30pm that Saturday, I put the recommended dosage on each of my small family members. At
8:30am Sunday, 12/8/14, my smallest little bud, Pudgie, began having siezures. They continued
almost continuously all day until 3:56pm, when he died in my arms. Where I live there are no Vets open
on a sunday, and despite repeated and frantic calls to every vet in the phone book, I could reach
no-one. My sister is an RN and she came but there was nothing we could do, it was heartbreaking. His
a tumor in that spot. Pedro, the largest, appears to be fine now, although he also threw up for a few
days after having the medicine applied and lost hair at the application site. I made repeated calls to
the Merial Corporation that makes this poison but received no satisfaction. I have contacted many
different Federal agencies, politicians, and have notified my local distributors of this poison, ensuring
that they know they are selling product that is killing dogs, which will make them liable legally. Please
don't EVER put this poison on your beloved family member, it will only result in tragedy.
ALL PHOTOS ON THIS PAGE I RECEIVED FROM PERSONS WHOSE PETS
WERE HARMED THIS IS POISON TO OUR PETS.
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Some of the stories people put on our Facebook page
and emails I revceived when people joined up with our
cause to get this poison off the market are as follows:
Patrick Writes:
I noticed my dog have a seizure soon after applying frontline
and googled it wondering if there was a link to frontline. She
will NEVER have this poison again

Fairy dish liquid is the same product in Australia, same bottle Just a different name

•        Fairy was released onto the Australian market in 2011 and is quickly
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•        In Egypt, Fairy competes with Henkel's Pril, and takes second place to Pril
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•        Fairy is also sold in Germany; in 2000 it was briefly renamed Dawn (the
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