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Hi. My name is***** Thank you for your question. I'm glad that you're being proactive about this. I've had many cases at my ER where owners don't and the pet ends up not making it. Do you know what the active ingredient is in the product?
This is going to be very important. These rat poison blocks can have one of 3 types of poison in it. Depending on the type, that dictates what needs / can be done. Did he vomit up any of the material after the hydrogen peroxide?
Different companies use different chemicals in their products. Pretty much a vast majority of the poisons are small green cubes / blocks.
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With any rat / mouse poison ingestion, the absolute best thing to do is to get to your vet as soon as possible. One of the poisons that this could be is one that causes bleeding. This one has an antidote for it! This is why it is good to get to your vet as soon as possible with the product so they can see if it is that one.