Click this link for the previous article in our Hartz “Executive Summary” exposé: It “Figures”
It is often necessary to be long-winded when dismantling Hartz Mountain Corporation’s machine of deception, but other times the point can be made quite simply.
At the beginning of our current exposé, we discussed this statement in Hartz’ “Executive Summary”:
(Hartz’ Executive Summary of EPA Evaluation of Pet Spot-On Products, Page 6, Paragraph 2, Sentences 1 and 2)
“Unfortunatley [sic], there is a lot of misinformation on the internet about flea and tick products. Hartz is working constantly to offer factual information about flea and tick products, including a [sic] education tab on our Facebook page that will link you directly to the EPA website for accurate, independent information.”
We’ve already shared the following example of Hartz’ commitment to providing factual information in response to this comment, but it’s worth repeating:
We’d like to present a side-by-side comparison of two videos concerning Hartz products.
First up: Hartz, its Resident Veterinarian, and one very skeptical cat.
Everything seems to have gone pretty well. Maybe we’ve got it all wrong. Maybe Hartz products really aren’t that bad…
(Warning: the following video is unsettling)
To date, there are no comments from Hartz on this video even though Dr. Melinda claims in Hartz’ “Executive Summary” document:
(Hartz’ Executive Summary of EPA Evaluation of Pet Spot-On Products, Page 6, Paragraph 3, Sentence 2)
“We reach out to every consumer who either posts a complaint on the internet or emails us directly.”
There are plenty of YouTube videos documenting cats and dogs having reactions to Hartz flea products with a noticeable lack of response from Hartz. We have not included these in our response as many are quite disturbing.
More to come.
Click this link for the last article in our Hartz “Executive Summary” exposé: Not So Easily Dismissed