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From: "Jenna B - YAHOO"
Date: 2009-12-17 01:21:49 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Follow-up Re: perplexing skin condition - vets & I need HELP w/ diagnosis!

Yes, I'm now considering contacting the city's parks & recreation dept. to find out what fertilizers they use on their public park lawns. If this just happens to turn out to be the culprit, I am going to be SERIOUSLY, SERIOUSLY PISSED OFF because the city does not post ANY WARNING SIGNS WHATSOEVER that the grass has been treated or WHEN it was treated, which I think should be MANDATORY by the city/county in order to give the public a 'heads up' should we choose NOT to put our children and pets on the premises.

I think the public has the right to know if they are endangering the health/welfare of ourselves, young children, and pets by putting ourselves in contact with harsh, poisionous chemicals - REGARDLESS OF HOW SAFE THE "OFFICIALS" SAY THE TREATMENTS ARE!!

GRRRR!!! Jennifer

--- In, Lynne <ferretladylynne@...> wrote:
> If you haven't already, you could find out what chemical was used on the lawns and treat accordingly.
> Hugs
> Lynne and the brats

[Parks often also have dogs and wild animals pass waste on
them and those can also carry diseases.


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