Just One Bite II Pellet Packs 10 Packs (Total of 15 oz)FREE SHIP 1.5 oz packs Rat & Mouse PoisonMade in the USA!FRESH and New 2018 Stock!NOTE! My other store KeysParkPro takes PayPal
Just One Bite II Pellet Place Packs Packs- 1.5 oz each.
No Touch Rat & Mouse Bait
No touch 1.5 oz Pellet Packs.
Deadly to Mice and Rats as:
Just One Bite II Contains Bromadialone .005%
Same as the old D-Con of the past.You will receive 10 Packs Mailed FREE Via 1st Class mail with tracking. I have now sold and shipped over 10,000 Packs of Just One Bite 2 Packs
NOTE: Here is how I killed my rats! I used a tv dinner tray. I lined the bottom with peanut butter. The spread the pellets on the peanut butter. When I had them in my walls I placed their final meal next to the water heater where no other animals or pets could get to it. 
DO NOT PLACE WHERE CHILDREN,WILDLIFE OR PETS COULD REACH IT!
Roof Rats:The roof rat is found in warm, tropical and semi-tropical climates.
Grizzled gray, black or tan Pointed snout and hairless ears that are larger than Norway rats' ears Tail is hairless, dark in color and longer than the combined head and body Need a source of water
Typically reproduce 3 times a year averaging 5-8 young in each litter Eats citrus and other tree fruit, vegetables and grains Can gain access to homes from trees or power lines.  Roof rats are agile climbers and live above the ground – in trees, shrubs, dense ivy or vine growths, overhead storage areas in sheds and garages, and in attics 
Norway Rats:
(a.k.a. brown rat, house rat, gray rat, wharf rat or sewer rat)
Norway rats live in close proximity to people. Found indoors and out, in basements, barns, and warehouses, Norway rats will burrow under rubbish, wood piles and buildings.
Brown or red-gray in color Blunt muzzle Tail is hairless and about same length of combined head and body Weigh up to one pound Typically reproduce in the spring and fall, averaging 4-6 litters per year with 6-12 young per litter Weak eyesight, but excellent hearing, sense of smell, taste and touch Will travel 100 – 150 feet from its nest in search of food

House Mouse:
House mice are the most common rodents and hardest to control. Found indoors, behind walls, in cabinets and furniture, house mice are very curious and quick to notice new objects in the area.
Light brown to gray in color Small – 5-7" long, including tail Tail is hairless and same length as the body Reproduce year-round, averaging 5-7 litters with each averaging 5-7 young Poor eyesight, but a keen sense of hearing, smell and taste Mostly nocturnal and will travel 10 to 30 feet from its nest in search of food Found in nearly all countries
General Rat & Mouse Questions
Q. Will rats and mice eat enough bait to die in a single feeding?
A. House mice and rats usually will consume a lethal dose in a single feeding but it may take 2 or more days to die depending on the type of bait they ate.
Q. Will rats and mice leave their nest for food?
A. House mice usually travel only 10-30 feet from the safety of their home. Roof rats and Norway rats will typically travel 100-150 feet in diameter from their nests in search of food or water.
Q. How small of an opening can rats and mice fit through?
A. House mice can fit in spaces as small as a dime while rats can flatten themselves to squeeze through cracks the size of a nickel!
Emergency

General Rat & Mouse Questions:Q. Will rats and mice eat enough bait to die in a single feeding?
A. House mice and rats usually will consume a lethal dose in a single feeding but it may take 2 or more days to die depending on the type of bait they ate.
Q. Will rats and mice leave their nest for food?
A. House mice usually travel only 10-30 feet from the safety of their home. Roof rats and Norway rats will typically travel 100-150 feet in diameter from their nests in search of food or water.
Q. How small of an opening can rats and mice fit through?
A. House mice can fit in spaces as small as a dime while rats can flatten themselves to squeeze through cracks the size of a nickel!
Emergency:
Q. Who should I call in case of an emergency?
A. If bait is ingested by any non-target animal please call the poison control hotline immediately.
Q. Is direct consumption bait toxic to my pet?
A. Direct consumptions could be harmful to your pet. Danger to your pet depends on the weight of the animal and the amount of bait ingested. We recommend calling the poison control hotline immediately if ingestion occurs.
Q. Will my dog or cat die if it eats a dead rodent that died as a result of JOB® bait?
A. Toxicity to your pet depends on the type of active ingredient ingested by the rodent, the amount of bait ingested, as well as the size of your pet. The chances that your pet will die are low, however, we recommend calling the poison control hotline as a precaution.

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