What is next after Dish Washing Pods?

Young kids are destroying themselves with this new craze of eating dish washing pods.  This was on NBC News this morning.  We adults hide these from the very small children because they don’t know better.  One cannot hide these from the teenagers.

The popularity of YouTube and other social media sites has multiplied the insanity that we see taking place in this country and the world.  I think “insanity” is the correct word to use when we see this destructive behavior.

What can we do about this behavior?  Put them all in jail?  No, that is not the answer.  As this blog suggests by the incompleteness, there is much work to be done in educating the masses and especially the vulnerable teenagers.

The Rodent Bait Station Shield

IMG_1381The Shield has a modification depending on which placement of the poison trap or station is being used.  You also need to be aware of the environment and the type of pet you have.  Sammy is our dog and he loves to chew things.  We have to use the type III for him because he can turn the type I over and get to the dangerous bait.IMG_1650.JPGThese  photo shows the type I Shield.

The Type III Shield has an expanded steel floor that protects the Rodent Bait Station from being removed without someone taking the lock off.

We need to continue to protect out children and pets.

Rodent Bait Station Shield

TAG Ventures is the company developing products to protect our children, pets and the environment.  The Rodent Bait Station Shield is one such product.

This product has been evolving to encompass needs as demonstrated by the interaction between this Shield, the bait station and the pet and the child where indicated.  Strict supervision is instituted where indicated.

TAG Ventures stands by its products.  The rodent carries diseases that can kill and maim. It is important to protect our children and pets from the diseases as well as protect them from the rodenticide.

For more information contact us at (903) 815-5005.

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