The applicable subheading for Sergeants Natures Guardian™ Natural Flea & Tick Squeeze-On for Cats & Kittens will be 3808.90.0800, Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS), which provides for "Insecticides, , disinfectants and similar products, put up in forms or packings for retail sale or as preparations or articles (for example, sulfur-treated bands, wicks and candles, and flypapers): Other: Containing any aromatic or modified aromatic pesticide: Other." The rate of duty will be 6.5 percent ad valorem.
Sergeant's Flea & Tick Squeeze-On for Dogs, 33-66 lbs | Sergeant's
I put Sergeant flea tick on our cat after I put it on our dogs (never realizing it was poison for cats) I don’t see well up close so I never seen the tiny spot on the package about cats.I know that its my fault for not seeing the tiny warning but you would think that a large corporation that knows how dangerous their product is would be more conscience and put a warning large enough to get the consumer’s attention so that they would not use it on a cat. The. dog on the front takes up almost thje entire package, so why couldn’t the warning about the cat be as big on the bacbe the same size beside the dog with the line crossing it out so when you looked at it you would know it was BAD? We just used our mortgage payment because we found our cat outside laying next to a rose bush drooling,trembling, barely able to move and hurting. It was the seargents flea and tick squeeze on. We still dont know if he will live yet. But I decided BEFORE I read all the bad comments on here about DOGS that had the same symptoms that I would not use the product anymore on our dogs either. In the past I did notice milder symptoms on our dogs at different times but I never connected the two. My cat was so pitiful to see. I would like to see this product off the market due to its highly toxic and poisonous attributes. Sergeants Corp. Should be held to a stricter set of labeling by the EPA and more people should complain and report any type of poisoning as a result of it’s product.
DO NOT USE ON CATS or animals other than dogs.
My cat had a flea after escaping the house for about 9 hours. To save money, I purchased the Sergeant’s Gold Flea & Tick topical squeeze for cats at the grocery. Within 8 hours he was showing signs of a reaction to the ointment. His right eye began to swell, he kept twitching his head, scratching, unable to sit still, his nose and ears felt feverish. I googled Sergeant’s and found this reaction to be common. I immediately bathed him with Dawn dishwashing liquid, an event in itself. Following the scrub down, I held him wrapped in a towel for about 10 minutes. It’s 1:00 am and I do not have Benadryl on hand. I am going to call my vet in the morning and see if they can give any additional relief and/or suggestions on care and recovery.
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