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The Febreze(TM) Controversy

Febreze(TM) is a household product from Procter & Gamble that eliminates odors on fabrics. There has apparently been some controversy in the safety of this product around pets. We have not had any personal experience with this product, but have seen several recent TV commercials for this product. Below we have listed the product manufacturers website, the poison control centers website and websites with letters from pet owners.


Company Websites
Febreze(TM) - The official product website and their page on pet safety
National Animal Poison Control Center - Febreze(TM) has recently been granted The ASPCA Seal of Approval

Websites with Pet Owner Letters
Febreze(TM) Warning

Letters from our Viewers

"Just wanted to give some feedback on Febreeze. My dog (a Black Lab/Gordon Setter mix) started itching the first day I slightly
spayed my car and carpets with Febreeze. The itching continued until her hair was falling out by the handfull. The reaction was so bad she ended up taking cortisone, which led to an almost life-threatening condition. (Fortunately, I stopped the cortisone just in time.) I have talked with several other dog owners who have had the same experience." JT 6/18/00

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