May Cause No Symptoms for 3 to 5 Days, But Swift Action Could Be Life Saving

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  • Long-acting anticoagulants (LAACs) are the most common type of rodent bait on the market today. When an animal ingests an LAAC, it interferes with blood clotting, ultimately leading to spontaneous, uncontrolled bleeding and death.

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