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D-Con Kills House Mice Bait Paste Pouches - 7 CT - 2.5 OZ

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Active Ingredient: Difethialone 0.0025%. Inert Ingredients: 99.9975%. Total: - 100.0000%.


Keep Out Of Reach Of Children. Precautionary Statements: Hazard To Humans And Domestic Animals. Caution: Keep Away From Children, Domestic Animals And Pets. May Be Harmful If Swallowed Or Absorbed Through The Skin Because It May Reduce The Clotting Ability Of Blood And Cause Bleeding. Avoid Contact With Eyes, Skin Or Clothing. Wear Gloves When Handling Bait Or Animals. Wash Arms, Hands And Face With Soap And Water After Applying And Before Eating And Smoking. First Aid: Have This Label With You When Obtaining Treatment Advice. If Swallowed: Call A Poison Control Center Or Doctor Immediately For Treatment Advice. Have Person Sip A Glass Of Water If Able To Swallow. Do Not Induce Vomiting Unless Told To Do So By The Poison Control Center Or Doctor. Do Not Give Anything By Mouth To An Unconscious Person. If In Eyes: Hold Eye Open And Rinse Slowly And Gently With Water For 15-20 Minutes. Remove Contact Lenses, If Present, After The First 5 Minutes, Then Continue Rinsing Eye. Call A Poison Control Center Or Doctor For Treatment Advice. If On Skin Or Clothing: Take Off Contaminated Clothing. Rinse Skin With Plenty Of Cool Water For 15-20 Minutes. Call A Poison Control Center Or Doctor For Treatment Advice. Note To Physician Or Veterinarian: Contains Difethialone, An Anticoagulant. For Humans Or Dogs That Have Ingested This Product, Or Have Obvious Poisoning Symptoms (bleeding) Or Prolonged Prothrombin Times, Give Vitamin K1 By Intramuscular Or Oral Administration. Check Prothrombin Time Every 3 Days Until Values Return To Normal. Environmental Hazards: This Product Is Toxic To Fish And Wildlife. Predatory And Scavenging Mammals And Birds Might Be Poisoned If They Feed Upon Animals That Have Eaten The Bait. Do Not Apply Directly To Water, Or To Areas Where Surface Water Is Present Or To Intertidal Areas Below The Mean High Water Mark. Do Not Tear Open The Pack - Mice Will Chew Through The Wrapper To Get At The Bait. House Mice Can Consume A Lethal Dose In One Night's Feeding With First Dead Rodents Appearing Four Or Five Days After Feeding Begins.

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