Yet another class action has been filed in federal court in Newark, New Jersey against a manufacturer of spot-on flea and tick products.
FidoPharm, which makes PetArmor, has been added to the list of companies being sued. PetArmor was launched a year ago and is described by the manufacturer as containing the same active ingredients as Frontline, a well known veterinarian recommended product.
Over the past four years, more than 75,000 complaints have been made to the EPA regarding spot-on flea and tick products. The plaintiffs of the class actions allege that the pesticides in spot-on products cause death, paralysis, seizures and skin lesions and that these adverse affects are not stated in the advertising or marketing.
More information regarding the class action lawsuits filed against FidoPharm and others may be obtained at www.spotoncomplaints.com.