How much bromethalin is toxic to dogs?
Recovery of Anticoagulant and Bromethalin Poisoning in Dogs
Recovery can take up to 6 weeks for bromethalin poisoning. Recovery of anticoagulant poisoning can be complete in 2-3 weeks with proper treatment. When purchasing rodent poisons, be sure to keep the packaging available in case of accidental ingestion.
What happens if a dog eats bromethalin?
Bromethalin affects the coating around nerves in the body which leads to neurologic signs. Smaller ingestions of bromethalin may just lead to mild stomach upset. Mid-range ingestions can cause your pet to become unsteady on their feet, mildly depressed and even have mild muscle tremors.
How long does it take for bromethalin to affect dogs?
4 to 36 hours
Clinical Signs of Bromethalin Exposure in Dogs and Cats
Clinical signs may develop within 4 to 36 hours of exposure.
How much bromethalin is lethal?
Approximate range of lethal dosage of 0.01% bromethalin bait* 95 g-560 g (0.01% bromethalin is the most common bait formulation.
What happens if I touch bromethalin?
In pets, signs to watch for include severe muscle tremors, hyperexcitability, fits, extreme sensitivity to being touched (hyperesthesia) and seizures that appear to be caused by light or noise. Owners of animals that have eaten bromethalin accidentally should seek immediate veterinary attention and be decontaminated.
What happens if my dog ate Tomcat rat poison?
Common signs of poisoning: Incoordination (ataxia), tremors, seizures, paralysis, and eventually death. The more an animal eats, the more severe the clinical signs may be. Signs can develop within 2 hours, but may be delayed as long as 36 hours.