Pet Owner Alert! – Insect Repellents

Posted on June 24th, 2014


The world of convenience has led pet owners on a catastrophic trail of disease and death for their pet. The manufacturers of monthly insect repellent chemicals have done little to nothing to let the veterinarians, their clients and their patients know how dangerous their product may be and can lead to the development of catastrophic, undiagnosed diseases that could end in death.

I personally believe, the greater the problems these chemicals cause, the smaller the print becomes on the warning signs on the label. Please carefully read the warning signs for humans about the chemical hazards of a pet owner coming in contact with these products. Many of the manufactured chemical insect repellents have a warning that says, if the pet owner comes in contact with this product, please call the closest POISON CENTER!!!

My question for you, is, if this is so toxic to the pet owner, why would you apply this chemical to your pet? Why would you need to wear gloves for the administration of the chemical topically or orally? All animals and humans react differently to chemicals, even if they are “natural”!

Under my SARDS section, please read the article on Chemical Insect Repellents, which will explain to you the damage these chemicals are doing to your pet!


Your next question might be, “If I do not use one of these monthly damaging insect repellent chemicals, what should I use instead?”

  1. The use of Head and Shoulders Shampoo with Conditioner has worked very well for my clients over the past 50 years. Your pet can be bathed as often as necessary, because the shampoo contains a conditioner.
  2. There are safe, weekly sprays that can be used to protect your pet against mosquitos, fleas and ticks. One product you might check out is EVOLV Natural Flea & Tick Control at I am sure there are several other safe, weekly sprays that are also available on the internet, but my clients and patients seem to like EVOLV the best so far.
  3. There is a company that uses apricot pits for heart worm prevention and therapy. The product is HWF and can be found at Apricot pits contain a natural form of strychnine. Please also check the internet for other safe heart worm preventatives.

For those of you who have pets that have already been exposed to one or more of these monthly chemical insect repellents, please consider adding a daily amount of a natural living clay to your pet’s food, which will not only bind toxins and help excrete them from the body, but will also chelate out heavy metals, while neutralizing damaging free radicals and radiation. This type of natural product also provides all the micronutrients that are leached from the soil by GMO plants.

NOTE: With the concerns about vaccines possibly containing heavy metals and toxins, the living clay will also chelate out any heavy metals in the vaccines, as well as any toxins that occur in their carrier media. If you might be interested in using the living clay, please go to Please remember, if permanent damage from the monthly chemical insect repellents has occurred, the living clay will not correct the damage that has already occurred, but will help stop any further damage.

For further information on the use of this clay, please read my free e-book entitled How Living Clay Can Help Your Pet Live Better. Also, please see the article under Dr Plechner’s Corner entitled Clay and Vaccinations.

NOTE: Please realize if the use of a chemical insect repellent has only caused temporary damage to your pet’s hormone antibody imbalance, and your veterinarian has placed your pet on corrective hormone therapy to correct detrimental effects, as your pet’s body sheds the chemical insecticide, watch for classic signs of side effects from the replacement hormones, which would be increased appetite, desire to drink more water, insomnia, irritability and possibly panting at night. If this begins to happen, please notify your veterinarian, because it might be time to reduce and delete the use of the replacement hormone therapy. This will be easily determined if the endocrine immune blood test is repeated. If more information is needed on this subject, please stay on this website and go to GET HELP and the ANIMAL PROTOCOL.

These are only my thoughts, and I hope they help you and your pet live a happier, healthier life.