My dog is a 3-year-old Gerbian Shepsky (in lesser terms, he's the result of a crossbreed between a german shepard and a husky). Our house has had roof rat problems for about 2 or 3 years now (the way we found out: our tangelo trees started "mysteriously" growing fruits with holes in em') anyway, we started placing traps, we thought about baiting the traps with the tangelos, since that's the food the rats have been living on since God knows when, and they are good bait anyway. But then we realized that we would have to take some of the tangelos away from our total crops, which we sell to our neighbors (but if you're on our good side, you can get a bag for free :]). So, we settled on peanut butter. What we didn't consider is that our dog (just a little puppy at the time) LOVES peanut butter. We've been baiting these traps with Peanut Butter ever since. I'm not so concerned about Giz (short for "Gizmo" after the gremlin with huge ears for which the dog is named) getting his nose into one of the snap traps, as they are not too powerful and would annoy or scratch him worst case. But I am terrified he'll get his nose into the electric trap, which has about 95 volts in it. I've been told to be really careful about the electric trap, as it could hurt him badly. I'm not sure about these claims, Gizmo is a 60-pound male who eats bees for his own amusement (BEES I tell you!) and I thought 95 volts wasn't that much, then I looked it up, and 95 is a lot more that I thought it was. Before anyone asks, yes, he loves being outdoors. He's been snapped once already, by the snapper trap, but like I've already mentioned, I'm afraid he'll get into the electric one. My question: Is it safe to have active traps near my dog?
TL;DR: Rat traps baited with peanut butter, owner concerned dog will get hurt by electric shock from a 95-volt electric trap, should I get rid of the traps?