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In order for the dog to be poisoned, a large amount of mouse and rat bait (approx. 4 kg) would have to be eaten. However, we recommend to see a vet anyway.
No, the Neocid EXPERT Insect Spray is not effective against bedbugs.
The product is intended for the treatment of surfaces in rooms and acts as noted on the can against flies, gnats, mosquitoes, ants, spiders, fleas, lice, silverfish. The use on plants is not recommended due to the ingredients and an intentional use of the spray on soil is also advised against.
There is no defined minimum age, but we recommend not to use the product with sensitive persons such as small children, seniors or asthmatics. The same applies to pets.
After the intake of the mouse and rat bait, death usually occurs a few days later. The animals dry out slowly and die odourlessly.
Yes, it can. The active substance in the food moth trap also attracts clothes moths.
No, as snakes are cold-blooded and react extremely sensitively to pyrethroids.
The active ingredients contained in Neocid EXPERT insect spray are synthetic pyrethroids. These are almost non-toxic for dogs, but very dangerous for cats. So if your dog eats some insects, this is not a problem. If a cat eats the dead insects, we recommend to consult a vet.
The moth spray contains the active ingredients tetramethrin and d-phenothrin, which belong to the group of synthetic pyrethroids, and can be very dangerous for cats. Although the dose is low, we recommend that you consult a vet if the cat licks the active ingredient.