Mouse Poison

of January 2022

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Tomcat With Bromethalin Bait Chunx Pail

1 – Tomcat With Bromethalin Bait Chunx Pail

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Features:

  • For use in and around agricultural buildings and homes
  • Norway rats, roof rats and house mice cease feeding after consuming a toxic dose
  • Kills up to 12 mice per 1 oz. block
  • Kills up to 10 rats per 4 oz. block
  • Ready to use

d-CON Refillable Corner Fit Mouse Bait Station, 1 Trap + 18 Bait Refills

2 – d-CON Refillable Corner Fit Mouse Bait Station, 1 Trap + 18 Bait Refills

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Features:

  • HELP REDUCE MICE PROBLEMS with D-Con Bait, 1 Station + 18 Refills
  • CONTAINS NO neurotoxins or anti-coagulants
  • OUR NEWEST BAIT STATION, and is resistant to tampering by children & dogs
  • COMPACT AND WEATHER-RESISTANT station can be used indoors or outdoors
  • IDEAL FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR: attic, kitchen/pantry, basement, bedrooms, bathrooms, living room, laundry room, garage and shed

Tomcat Rat & Mouse Killer Child & Dog Resistant, Refillable Station, 1 Station, 15 Bait Blocks

3 – Tomcat Rat & Mouse Killer Child & Dog Resistant, Refillable Station, 1 Station, 15 Bait Blocks

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Features:

  • Effectively kills rats and mice while protecting kids and dogs
  • Each bait block kills up to 3 rats (based on no-choice laboratory testing), efficiently protecting your home
  • Weather and tamper proof from any child or dog in your home; Usable indoors and outdoors
  • See-through window for easy monitoring of bait, so you always know when you need to re-fill your station
  • Bait stations are easy to use, allowing placement in small places like entry & garage doors, below windows, near utilities and any other areas where rodents tend to hide

Tomcat Mouse Killer Refillable Station, Includes 1 Bait Station with 16, 1-oz. Baits - Child and Dog Resistant - Use Indoors and Outdoors to Kill Mice

4 – Tomcat Mouse Killer Refillable Station, Includes 1 Bait Station with 16, 1-oz. Baits - Child and Dog Resistant - Use Indoors and Outdoors to Kill Mice

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Features:

  • Kid and dog tamper-resistant refillable station
  • Effectively kills mice while providing the highest level of station security
  • Each bait block kills up to 12 mice based on no-choice laboratory testing
  • Resistant to weather and tampering by kids and dogs
  • Ideal for indoor and outdoor use

d-Con Disposable Corner Fit Mouse Bait Station, Plain, 0.5 Oz (Pack of 3)

5 – d-Con Disposable Corner Fit Mouse Bait Station, Plain, 0.5 Oz (Pack of 3)

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Features:

  • This bait station is 'Tamper Resistant'. Mice get the bait, Kids can't
  • Discreet, compact & low profile pre-baited station comes ready-to-use
  • Use indoors only
  • Can be used in tight places around the house
  • Ideal for: corners, attics, behind appliances, basements, garages and sheds

JT Eaton 704-PN Bait Block Rodenticide Anticoagulant Bait, Peanut Butter Flavor, For Mice and Rats (Pail of 64)

6 – JT Eaton 704-PN Bait Block Rodenticide Anticoagulant Bait, Peanut Butter Flavor, For Mice and Rats (Pail of 64)

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Features:

  • Anticoagulant block bait with specially formulated peanut butter flavor that attracts and eliminates mice and rats
  • 64-blocks of 1-ounce rodenticide in a tamper evident resealable pail
  • Pail measures 9-inches length by 9-inches width by 5-1/2-inches height
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty

D-Con Refillable Mouse Bait Station, 1 Bait Station + 20 Refills

7 – D-Con Refillable Mouse Bait Station, 1 Bait Station + 20 Refills

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Features:

  • This is our safest bait station, and is resistant to tampering by children & dogs
  • Compact design & low profile bait station helps reduce house mice problems
  • Weather-resistant, and can be used indoors or outdoors
  • Can be used in tight places around the house
  • Ideal for: attics, behind appliances, basements, garages and sheds

MOTOMCO Tomcat Mouse and Rat Pack/Pail, 3-Ounce, 22 Count Pail

8 – MOTOMCO Tomcat Mouse and Rat Pack/Pail, 3-Ounce, 22 Count Pail

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Features:

  • 22-Count, 3 oz. Rat and Mouse bait
  • Extremely powerful
  • For agricultural/rural use Only
  • Multiple feed

Rat Bait Station 2 Pack - Rodent Bait Station with Key Eliminates Rats Fast. Keeps Children and Pets Safe Indoor Outdoor (2 Pack) (Bait not Included)

9 – Rat Bait Station 2 Pack - Rodent Bait Station with Key Eliminates Rats Fast. Keeps Children and Pets Safe Indoor Outdoor (2 Pack) (Bait not Included)

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Features:

  • Rat traps that work - Tamper resistant- double key system ideal for perimeter baiting, can be attached to a permanent structure for added security.
  • Easy Installation - Vertical and Horizontal rods included.
  • Pet Friendly - Lock-able station is safe for pets and non target species.
  • Universal - For use of any type of rodent bait, including bait blocks.
  • 2 Pack 4 keys Bait NOT included

J T Eaton JT Eaton 704-AP Block Anticoagulant, Apple Flavor, for Mice and Rats (Pail of 64) rodenticide Bait

10 – J T Eaton JT Eaton 704-AP Block Anticoagulant, Apple Flavor, for Mice and Rats (Pail of 64) rodenticide Bait

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Features:

  • Anticoagulant bait Block for attracting and eliminating pesky mice and rats
  • 64 individual blocks of 1-ounce rodenticide in a tamper-evident, re-sealable Pail with transparent lid
  • Proven solution that has a formulated, apple-flavored scent attractant
  • Blocks have center holes for easy use in Bait stations
  • Perfect for long-term use in farm and agriculture areas — also effective in attics, basements, and more locations indoors

 

How to Get Rid of Mouse Poison: A Guide For Pet Owners

 
Mouse poisoning is a common household problem that can cause major damage to humans and pets. Unfortunately, many people have no idea how serious mouse poisoning can be until they encounter an infestation. With mice and rats being common household pets, you are more likely to encounter an infestation in your own home. However, a mouse or rat infestation can also happen in other places like outside the home, in the garage, or anywhere that rodents are allowed to enter the yard.
 
There are many mouse poison removal products on the market today to help get rid of mice and rats. Some of these include rat poisons, mice basters, rodenticides, and sprays. These products are usually sold in stores and can be purchased in bulk to save money. In addition, some products are chemical-free and come in liquids, powder, or granules that can be refilled. Refills are convenient as they can be dispensed at any time, even when you are not using the product.
 
To use refillable bait stations or liquid mice poisons, simply pour the contents of the reservoir onto the ground or other surface where the rodent population appears. Be sure to cover large areas that are high moisture areas. For larger animals, such as deer or raccoons, be sure to put the bait station in a safe place and take it out when the animal is no longer active or seen. To use liquid sprays, follow the instructions on the container to the best of your knowledge. Spraying the product around the home is OK as long as the directions are followed. These sprays take some time to affect the animals; however, spraying just before dark hours can affect all the animals living in an area.
 
Rechargeable rodent poison products are made with ingredients that are safe for humans and pets. Many people prefer to use refillable bait stations with small plastic throwaway containers for placing the product on top of the soil, mulch, or surrounding ground. If you do this, it is very important to keep the containers out of reach of children. Keep the containers in a secure place away from other pets and children. Also, if your pets are growing, it may be beneficial to purchase two refillable bait stations and store them away from each other.
 
Liquid mouse poisons are usually made from chemicals that are found in common houseplants and other household products. While some people have used these products to get rid of mice and other rodents, there is cause for concern. Some of these products contain ammonia, which is extremely poisonous to both rats and mice. In addition, the fumes from these products can cause coughing, dizziness, and headaches in humans and nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting in pets. Although mouse poisons do kill some rodents, they have not been proven to be effective in eliminating pest infestations.
 
Other rodent poisons include zinc phosphide and bromethalin. These two chemicals are most often found in baits, although they can also be found in mothballs, moth spray, dust, and cleaning sprays. Unfortunately, these products kill mice, but they can also cause serious respiratory tract irritation in humans. In addition, they can cause coma and death in small animals like cats and puppies. Some experts believe that despite their non-toxic properties, zinc phosphide and bromethalin are still dangerous and should be banned from use. Because these two products are highly toxic when they are ingested, they are better suited for use as bait than as a form of pest control.
 
The best mouse poison for a pest infestation is rodent poison that contains either manmade antifreeze or copper sulfate. These products kill mice and prevent them from reoccurring. However, humans cannot metabolize manmade antifreeze or copper sulfate, so pets and children should never ingest them. In addition, while these poisons are generally safe when taken moderately, they can become lethal when taken in high doses.
 
Potassium phosphate and calcium carbonate are two other mouse poisons commonly used for killing mice. These products kill rodents by releasing an aerosol that coats their skin and hair; the product itself is inactive and does not have any active ingredients. However, when the aerosol is released, it drifts through the air and is inhaled by the animal. This chemical interaction causes the release of nitrosamines into the atmosphere. Potassium phosphate and calcium carbonate are both considered safe when used properly, but serious complications can occur if excessive quantities are exposed to the air.