The Center for Biological Diversity is trying to warn the public about the dangers of insect collars. They have filed a public records request with the EPA, but so far, have received wayang88 response. The organization has obtained records of more than 1,700 incidents of harm associated with collar use, including pet deaths. As of this writing, the Center has received more than 75,000 reports of animal deaths, and nearly 1,000 of human deaths as a result of the use of pesticide-containing collars.
This is a startling statistic
The EPA has received 1,698 reports of pet deaths associated with the use of the Seresto insect and tick collar. This is a shocking musik4d, considering that there were 75,000 incidents of Seresto use in the United States between 2012 and 2020. The Center for Biological Diversity has contacted Bayer to request these records and has provided them to Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting 1xbitc.
Many have lost their favorite pets
Despite the fact that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received numerous reports of adverse reactions and deaths associated with Seresto lucky77slot, the EPA has not issued a safety recall for the device. Nevertheless, hundreds of thousands of consumers have complained about the risks associated with the product. Many pet owners who have lost their beloved pets have posted online mpo999 of the risks of the device. A letter from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and a radio story on Seresto have also surfaced online, and many comments have appeared on digital forums devoted to pets.