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Ask the Vet: What you don't know could hurt your pet

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If there were a dangerous product with no known test for exposure and no known antidote, would you knowingly set it out where your pet could find it and eat it?


Not likely.

But that's what's happening across our region and across our country as the weather cools and many people place rodenticides, commonly called rat or mouse poison, in and around their garages, sheds and homes.

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