Vets urged to cut pesticide flea treatments amid river pollution fears

Vets urged to cut pesticide flea treatments amid river pollution fears

Vets should limit the use of flea treatments containing pesticides on dogs and cats, scientists have said, after a study revealed the vast amount of toxic substances in them that end up in rivers.

Go to full article: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2024/feb/01/vets-pesticide-flea-treatments-river-pollution-pet-owners-toxic-insecticides-hands

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