There’s someone Broken Hartz hasn’t yet mentioned, but has been dying to introduce you to.
Meet Alex Gweneth:
Alex Gweneth has created a sickening amount of blog entries all over the internet as a willing lackey for Hartz Mountain Corporation.
Here’s just a sampling of the places you can find Alex’s shoddily constructed “articles” (in no particular order). Just Google him for more:
Get the idea?
This individual has been shamelessly spreading Hartz’ lies all over the internet for years, building a vast pile of poorly written, deceptive crap intended to clog internet searches with Hartz’ propaganda.
Are you ready for this?
(Hartz Flea & Tick Control for Effective Elimination of Cats Fleas posted on ewagz.com on January 25, 2012, by Alex Gweneth Paragraphs 2 and 3)
“I sincerely hope you are not one of those people who feel that they can handle the health issues of their pets on their own and don’t consider consulting a vet necessary. A veterinary doctor has the right qualification and experience to suggest [sic] you the most appropriate treatment plan, keeping in view the general health of your cat and severity of the problem. Your cat is not just any other animal; it is only one of its kinds [sic]. So let a decent and reliable vet help you chalk out the best flea treatment for your cat. The treatment plan for your cat is determined by three things – their age, weight and overall health of your cat.
Hartz flea & tick shampoo is a highly recommended way of getting rid of fleas from your feline friend. But giving a cat a bath is easier said than done. If you can manage to [sic] your cat [sic] bath once every 30 days then you have half the battle won. However, you need to stick to this routine to ensure that your pet remain [sic] flea free.”
Notice how Alex uses the first paragraph to establish how seriously he takes this matter, telling people it is crucial they consult a vet. He then follows this up by misleading consumers into believing Hartz is highly recommended by Veterinarians.
In this way, Hartz hopes consumers will think, “Well the guy just told me how important it is to know the facts. He’d never lie about this. I’ll save myself the Vet bill and just go get some good ole Hartz. Thanks, Alex!”
(Combat Cat Flea Allergy with Hartz Flea & Tick Control Products posted on ewagz.com on January 9, 2012, by Alex Gweneth Paragraph 5, Sentences 1-3)
“Flea control is absolutely necessary for the health and well-being of your cat. But it is important to choose the flea treatment product very carefully otherwise it can put the life of your cat in jeopardy. It’s advisable to opt for a reputable brand like Hartz when going for a flea control treatment.”
Again, you’ll notice Alex first makes it appear he is deeply concerned with making sure the public doesn’t use an inferior, dangerous product only to follow it up with referring to the worst Flea & Tick brand to ever sit on the shelves as a “reputable” brand, trying to sway consumers into just taking his word for it.
(Flea Free Feline with Hartz Flea & Tick Control Products posted on ewagz.com on March 16, 2012, by Alex Gweneth Paragraph 3)
“Eliminating fleas from your cat’s body is never an easy task as they are very sensitive to chemicals used in pesticides. However, Hartz flea & tick control products made specifically for cats help you get rid of these pesky bugs without causing any adverse side effects on your cat.“
This calls for the chart.
If your cat experiences an adverse reaction to any of the Spot-On cat products listed in the EPA Public Advisory Published in March 2010, this chart represents the likelihood (based on percentage of reported events) of your cat experiencing Death or a Major, Moderate or Minor event.
As you can see, in the case of an adverse event, your cat is 3 times more likely to die from a Hartz product than any of the other brands found in the EPA Public Advisory published in March 2010. Hartz also tops the list for Major events and comes in second for Moderate, clearly making it the most dangerous of these products.
Likelihood of Death, Major, Moderate or Minor Event if Your Cat Experiences an Incident With a Manufacturer’s Product Listed in the EPA Public Advisory published in March 2010:
The statement made above by Alex Gweneth, miraculously, is a bolder lie than anything spouted by Dr. Melinda Fernyhough, but it doesn’t stop there.
Although Hartz is clearly the most dangerous brand in the Flea & Tick Control market, the following “Author” description prominently accompanies the 20 Hartz articles posted by Alex on Ewagz.com as well as his Ewagz.com Author page:
Hartz, through Alex Gweneth, have told the public their cat products don’t cause any adverse effects. None.
This is a clear case of fraud, but we’re not quite done with Alex Gweneth.
He’s not a Hartz employee.
Alex Gweneth works for Ronn Torossian at 5W Public Relations, one of the many PR & Social Media organizations gleefully leeching blood money from this bloated beast:
The evidence provided proves 5W Public Relations, Ronn Torossian and Alex Gweneth are willing accomplices in Hartz Mountain Corporation and Dr. Melinda Fernyhough’s diabolical mission to grow fat from the needless injuries and deaths of countless, beloved animals.
Ronn Torossian should be no stranger to the Broken Hartz Twitter Camp, though he is better known as “#SleazyDouche”, “#IronDick” (Coined by #BHrogue, @Di_sss) or the newly dubbed and quite fitting “#IronDouche”.
Ronnie is on a totally different level of crazy, making him the perfect ally for a corporation such as Hartz.
It’s anything goes with, Iron Douche.
Watch out, Hartz!
If the Law Offices of Carella, Byrne et al hear about this, it may not be so good.
ON A SIDE NOTE:
In a hilarious turn of events, Broken Hartz ended up inadvertently assisting poor Ronnie with getting a hold of Saucony to discuss an important sneaker dilemma he has been experiencing:
Saucony ignored Ronn for another day, so BH stepped in on his behalf to sort out the matter and clarify his request.
You’re welcome, Iron Douche.
Enjoy your run.