The fact is that most all insect baits use active ingredients which have little to no impact on mammals even if your pet was to eat some! Call your VET, read the ingredients to the Vet. BOTH MY PARENTS ARE DEAD SO I CANT ASK THEM FOR **** NOR CAN I ASK MY SIBLINGS BECAUSE THEY WONT HELP ME SO STFU IM ON MY OWN. I read all of the answers and no one has been rude to you or called you a bad person or anything. Gently open his mouth and poor small amounts in at a time. In summary, baiting for roaches is one of the best ways to go about treating an ongoing roach infestation. I would call the Poison Control Center and/or your local Animal Control Center for advice. Call you vet or the er vet asap and ask. Really people it's a life at least call the vet and check it out.
Maxforce FC Roach Bait Gel is very safe to use in a kitchen when it is used as directed on the product label.According to the product label, you should place small dots of bait every 10-12 inches directly in cracks and crevices on and under counter tops, in cabinets, cupboards, drawers and food pantries, around dishwashers, refrigerators, sinks, pipes and baseboards. I AM ******* BROKE YOU JERK OFFS I DONT GET PAID FOR ANOTHER WEAK AND NEITHER DOES MY BOYFRIEND. Some people are telling me that the ingredients in the traps are not poisonous to dogs and others are saying just go to the vet but I'm broke right now and so is my bf. Includes "pest of the month", discounts, coupons and more! Q. I have a very serious cockroach infestation in a rental apartment, and I want to put down a long line of gel roach bait along the baseboards. Not to frighten you or anything, but I got a little story for ya. I got that one before she chewed it up.
This doesn’t mean you should feed the bait to them but if you have it out the normal placements, which are supposed to be real small as explained in our ROACH CONTROL ARTICLE, there just isn’t anything being placed out that could cause a problem for most all pets or even people that might accidentally eat some. Some people are telling me that the ingredients in the traps are not poisonous to dogs and others... Well, I suppose that a roach trap doesn't contain that much of the poison right? Anyone have any experience with something like this?
by markm » Mon Jul 11, 2005 12:20 pm, Post Should I take him to the vet?? Still have questions? Any dog that has ingested roach poison, even if he is acting normal, should be seen by a veterinarian. The dosage depends on the brand. Treatment. Call animal poison control ASAP. Sent Monthly. He will be fine.
He's 2.5 years old. GOT ROACHES? I saw the subject title and had to weigh in: (although it's already solved now, ↳ ARCHIVE: Previous Listings SOLD/OLD/GONE, http://www.perfectpedigrees.com/4genview.php?id=209, http://www.perfectpedigrees.com/4genview.php?id=3619, http://www.acehardware.com/product/inde ... Id=1274497, http://www.doyourownpestcontrol.com/hydra1.htm. by markm » Mon Jul 11, 2005 7:55 am, Post No where on the combat sight do they say this is save for dogs. To follow up on Grey Ghost's post, and for anyone reading who maybe does not know, rat poison is a whole other deal entirely, and requires immediate reaction to get it out of the stomach, if possible. What to do if your dog eats roach poison? He will keep vomiting until his entire stomach is empty.
For example, a 35 pound dog would have to eat the bait in 14 syringes of MAXFORCE® gel, or approximately 600 small roach or ant bait stations, to receive a lethal dose.
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