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The average synthetic fragrance contains 14 chemicals not listed on the product label, according to a study by the EWG. Why? Fragrance is deemed a trade secret.
Itching, redness, sneezing and other respiratory problems are common when pets are exposed to fragrances. Even worse is what could be happening on the inside!
How They’re Exposed:
Inhaling chemicals in the air, paw licking, and even indirect exposure via the skin (think clothing and bedding laundered with fabric softener) can put pets at risk.
Be Wary of DIY:
Certain essential oils can be toxic to dogs and cats, so the best course of action is always to go scent-free when you have pets in your pack.