‘A bait that kills wild dogs, without accidentally killing your pet or working dog, will soon be commercially available in Australia.
Para-aminopropiophenone works by making the blood incapable of carrying Oxygen.
This is a very bad idea because:
‘After voluntarily triggering the ejector, all five foxes in this trial became progressively more lethargic and either lay prostrate or collapsed after 14-25 min, and death was confirmed after a mean of 43 min.‘
That’s right, 43 minutes. This doesn’t leave you much time to get to the Vet, get a full diagnosis and get the antidote administered. Sounds like a half-baked idea to me.