Carol from Santa Barbara, Ca writes
Terad 3 is very popular because of the reduced risk of secondary poisoning. A pet would have to eat a large amount of the actual bait to become very ill. In turn, a pet would have to eat a huge number of rodents that ate a small amount of bait to become ill. Most pets don't eat dead rodents....they may bring them to your doorstep but most do not consume the carcass. Of course you must do your part and use discretion on where you place the bait for the rodents so it is out of reach of children and pets. For additional information on the product, please refer to the MSDS and product label.
Answer last updated on: 08/24/2013