Description: Small, grey field mice or large rats.

Treatment: Bug-A-Boo usually sells contract packets to customers to put out themselves. We will also treat if necessary.

Preparation: Contrac packets contain pellets that rodents will eat, go outside and die. The chemical makes the rodents crave water, which they get from folic acid in grass. It makes them bleed internally and they die outside looking for grass. Pets that eat the dead rodents are not poisoned. If pets eat Contrac, a vitamin K shot is required by a vet. Contrac packets should not be placed anywhere pets and children can find them.

Precautions: Bug-A-Boo treats rodents on a monthly contract. In food establishments, mouse poisons must be contained in locked boxes. Bug-A-Boo has these boxes available for purchase.