Brigand SB Soft Bait Rodenticide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Don from Chicago.il
    09/15/2015
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    How many feedings does it take to kill a mouse or rat using Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide?
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    Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide is a single feed kill and will kill within 5 days after consumption.

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  • Asked by C.
    11/23/2018
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    How many grams are in the tea bag size Brigand SB Soft Bait Rodenticide? My dog ate some.
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    Each bag of Brigand SB Soft Bait Rodenticide contains approximately 0.35 ounces (10.00 grams) of bait.  You and your vet can view the product label and SDS for further detailed information.

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  • Asked by Rob from Bethany
    05/23/2015
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    When a mouse ingests poison and dies, if your pet eats the mouse is it harmful to the pet?
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    There a such a small amount of the active ingredient in Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide that the mouse ingests to kill them. A pet would have to eat many pounds of dead mice/rats in order to be affected by it. If there are signs that your pet has been affected by a poison, we would recommend that you contact your vet immediately.
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  • Asked by Lin
    09/20/2017
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    Is Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide safe around children?
    My apartment recently had pest control stop by and they informed me that this is what they used. I looked around and couldn't find where they placed it so it must be hidden but my baby crawls and explores everywhere. I'm afraid she'll find a "hidden" one and consume it. I'd like to know if this is a safe method around children.
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    The Brigand SB - Soft Bait Rodenticide product label states that this bait should be placed in locations out of reach of children, pets or non-target animals. If you are unable to place this bait in locations where it cannot be accessed, the label mandates it be placed in a tamper-resistant bait station

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