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Health Risks of Dead Rats
- Jan 17, 2019 -

There are two types of rat poison:  anticoagulant and non-anticoagulant. Anticoagulant rat poison, such as those made with warfarin, brodificoum, or bromadiolone, works by causing internal bleeding in rats. This type of rat poison usually takes two to six days to kill a rat. Non-anticoagulant rat poisons are usually made with zinc phosphide, bromethalin or cholecalciferon, and often kill rats within a few hours.

Rat poison does not kill rats instantly, allowing them to travel back to their hiding places. Sometimes this means they die inside your walls, causing a terrible odor. This also means that you need to remove the dead rat. Handling rodents increases your risk for contracting any number of diseases that the rats are carrying.

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