Hartz Ads Yanked from YouTube

September 25, 2008 at 10:26 am Leave a comment

The “totally adorable” TV spots promoting Hartz’s toxic flea and tick drops have mysteriously disappeared from YouTube. Isn’t that wild? Why on earth would a company want to remove “totally adorable” advertisements from one of the most-visited sites on the Internet? Isn’t that like throwing away free publicity? Is this a case for Scooby-Doo and the gang to investigate?

No need for Scooby, folks. It’s perfectly obvious that Hartz pulled the ads because people were posting comments warning against using their toxic flea and tick products.

Thank you to everyone who posted anti-Hartz comments on the YouTube spots. Preventing Hartz from promoting their products for free on YouTube is a victory indeed!


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