Secondary poisoning is when an animal containing traces of poison, is consumed by another animal. Here is what you need to know about secondary poisoning.
Unlike primary poisoning, secondary poisoning typically involves repeated feeding on poisoned animals over several days or longer. In homes and businesses, the chance of secondary poisoning is very unlikely. Pets and other animals that may have consumed another rodent or animal that had been poisoned, are still not likely to be harmed.
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