The active ingredient in d-CON rat bait pellets is brodifacoum, the same active ingredient in the company's mouse bait pellets, wedge baits and place packs. The active ingredient in its bait stations is diphacinone. Both... More »

Although designed to kill rats, any mammal is at risk if D-con is ingested, with side effects including weakness, general lethargy, breathing difficulties, lack of appetite and blood in the urine. Pets such as dogs and c... More »

According to the "Best Rat Poison" category on Bestcovery.com, the products that rank highest are Neogen Rodenticide, Tomcat and D-Con. Bestcovery.com evaluates and reviews various household products, including pest cont... More »

Two ingredients in TomCat Rat Killer are bromethalin and denatonium benzoate. The active ingredient, bromethalin, is highly toxic but is only 0.01 percent of the compound. Dentonium benzoate, one of the ingredients in th... More »

Homemade rat poison consists of ingredients that are typically found in the home and are considered a safer alternative to toxic fumigation. There are several options for homemade rat poison that include a mix of flour, ... More »

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According to the "Best Rat Poison" category on Bestcovery.com, the products that rank highest are Neogen Rodenticide, Tomcat and D-Con. Bestcovery.com evaluates and reviews various household products, including pest cont... More »

Other than using a rat trap, the only effective method for killing rats is to use a toxic bait, according to the University of California Integrated Pest Management Program. Due to changes in the law in 2011, only dispos... More »