EPA Looks to Ban Some Dog- and Cat-Toxic Rodenticides

photo 2006 Elaine with Grey Cats | more info (via: Wylio)I regularly see pets that have consumed rat or mouse poisons that contain ingredients that...
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Near La Avenida Trailheadphoto 2006 Elaine with Grey Cats | more info (via: Wylio)
I regularly see pets that have consumed rat or mouse poisons that contain ingredients that block blood clotting. In fact, I treated one dog just today.

Happily, the FDA looks set to ban some of the most dangerous of these so-called anticoagulant rodenticides due to safety concerns for children and pets. Can you guess what the manufacturers of the poisons have to say?

Click here to read a Wall Street Journal Article on the subject.

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