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This tunnel-style bait station enables the operator to protect children, pets and non-target animals from touching or interfering with poison.

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Product overview

This tunnel-style bait station enables the operator to protect children, pets and non-target animals from touching or interfering with poison.

It can be used with loose grain, pellets, blocks, pastes, tracking powder, sticky-boards, ink pads and even snap traps! Available with translucent or solid yellow lids, the two metal hoops are supplied with each bait station to secure block baits inside the unit.

FEATURES
• Safe, versatile bait station
• Protect children, pets and other animals from contact with poison

SPECIFICATION
Weight: 1kg

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Q:
If a mouse/rat eats the bait and exits ,my pet dog finds the rodent dead or dying
A:
Here's some advice around pets from Pestoff, even small amounts of brodifacoum consumed by pets can cause them adverse health effects and therefore every sensible precaution should be taken to minimize their risk of exposure by way of either primary or secondary poisoning (eating a dead rat). So: Use bait stations which prevent access to baits by pets and children. Keep baiting periods short (about 1 week) and infrequent. Collect and dispose of dead rodent bodies. Don't allow dogs to roam and scavenge. Keep pets well fed and under reasonable watch. Cats which are well fed will not eat rat or possum baits and their limited capacity to consume rodents combined with their higher resistance to brodifacoum, limits their risk. A single dead rat could contain 0.4mg of brodifacoum if it ate 20 grams of bait. A small 8kg dog with an LD50 of 1mg/kg would need to eat 20 of these rats but less than half that number could cause a prolonged period of ill health. The risk for cats is similarly small, although they have a higher resistance to brodifacoum. It is impossible to predict where poisoned animals will die. However, this is very often outside and when they die in ceiling space or wall cavities, the smell tends to last only a week or so.
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BOMB

This is the "bomb". Works so very very well. Impressed. I would assume is station to go brittle and crack with season of sun (looks like it would), but hey who needs to leave it out in the sun. I put mine under my BBQ. Pet proof that way. I have a couple of Staffys that would probably get into it if not under something.

Dave Canterbury
Easy and safe

Easy to put baits in and keeps pets safe. Rodents love using it and most of the crumbs and poo falls inside the container. Pity it is bright yellow which draws attention to having rodents. Camo or a dull grey or green colour would be better so it is not noticeable especially for rental properties.

Jacko Hastings
Rat catcher

Great product at a great price

Rat catcher Tauranga Tauranga
Great Gadget

Easy to use and place.

Kool Kaipara
Bait Station

Good product, the wires to attach bait are good to ensure rats don’t drag the bait off somewhere that my dog might find it are very helpful. Clear lid so I don’t have to open the trap to see how much bait is left is also a plus.

Lp Canterbury