Aldi-Carb poisoningAldicarb is a multi-use pesticide that controls populations of agriculturally-harmful insects and nematodes. Belonging to the carbamate family of pesticides, aldicarb inhibits the production of cholinesterase in these various organisms. Primarily an insecticide, aldicarb was first synthetically produced by Union Carbide under the trade name Temik. Since then, because of the chemical’s high toxicity, aldicarb has become highly regulated, being marked as a “Restricted Use Pesticide” around the world.
When your dog is poisoned with this poison you should never touch the animal as the poison could affect you as well.
Contact CSC for an obligation free quote to decontaminate the area where the animal was found.