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Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Pesticides May Harm Pets Class Action

Can flea and tick collars pose a health hazard to pets and their owners? The complaint for this class action brings suit against Bayer Healthcare, LLC and Elanco Animal Health, Inc., alleging that their Seresto brand flea and tick collars can cause “risk of irritation, rashes, hair loss, gastrointestinal problems, seizures, and even death.”  Read more

Seresto Collar in Its Packaging

Canada Goose US Coyote Fur Products Ethical Claims Class Action

Many consumers these days are concerned about animal welfare. Canada Goose US, Inc. claims to obtain coyote fur through ethical and humane practices, but the complaint for this class action alleges that it actually permits “cruel methods” of trapping and killing.  Read more

Coyote Standing in the Snow

Morning Song Bird Food Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against the Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, the Scotts Company, LLC, and Scotts’ CEO. The complaint alleged that Scotts applied the pesticides Storcide II and Actellic 5E to the Morning Song Bird Food products and that the sale of those products violated federal or state laws.   Read more

Nellie’s Free Range Eggs Bad Hen Treatment and False Advertising Class Action

In 2014, the complaint for this class action notes, the total value of egg production was ten billion dollars. It’s not unusual that some companies would raise hens in overcrowded and unnatural conditions for a cut of that profit. But this complaint alleges that Nellie’s Free Range Eggs, which purports to treat its hens humanely,  Read more

Two Chickens in Green Grass

Petland Sale of Unhealthy Pets Conspiracy RICO Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that Petland, Inc. and its co-conspirators failed to properly check the health of the cats and dogs it sold and, when new owners saw signs that animals were sick, attempted to hide their true condition in order to protect Petland’s profits.  Read more