P Marks the Spot – PredatorPee for Puppy Training

Little-Puppy-HdGreetings from the North Woods!

Speaking of wood, I’ve got the stove just a crankin’ today. It is currently a balmy 46 degrees outside – at 1pm!  Brrr. . .sure feels like the rumors I have been hearing about a cold winter might have some substance behind them. That’s ok, the grandkids came out last week and stacked the woodpile nice and high, and the wife and I already have at least one trip to “warmah” (Maine accent for those of you not familiar)climates this fall, so we will survive.

Anyhow, let’s think about something warm and fuzzy – puppies! Don’t worry, we won’t try to scare  your cuddly canines away with predator pee, but believe it or not, some of our resourceful customers do use 100% PredatorPee  for training dogs and cats to use a designated area of the yard as a “rest room.” As usual, our customers were way out ahead on this one, and it has taken us a while, but we’ve finally caught on. We listened to some folks in California who have been faithfully buying from us for a long time. They have been using PredatorPee to lure pets away from freshly planted (and expensive!)sod lawns.   PredatorPee is not just for wild critters anymore! It is perfect for paper training puppies and even getting kittens focused on the litter box, too. Then once they have moved outside, you can designate the area of your yard where you want them to “go”. In the animal world, urine is the great communicator. It not only warns prey of the presence of a predator, but also communicates territorial boundaries to members of like species.

Just when you thought you knew everything that 100% PredatorPee could do for you, another clever use snuck up on you just like that first hard frost will sneak up on my wife’s flowers.

Until I find more words . . . The PeeMan

PeeMan’s Gotta Have Hobbies – Happy Birthday

Well, it may be a little early, but when you reach a certain age, it is ok to celebrate your birthday when and how you like. So I did. With the Airstream refurbish completed, I have been itching for a new project to dive into. So, without further ado . . .Happy Birthday to me! scoutIsn’t she a beauty! 1967 International Harvester Scout 800. These innovative and stylin’ vehicles were the precursor to the now ubiquitous SUV. Now, if you are wondering(as one of my daughters did)how a man of six feet seven inches is going to squeeze into this vehicle – don’t fret – the top comes off!  That’s right! Not only does this classic work as plow and truck, it also doubles as a stylish convertible. A convertible truck – it doesn’t get any better! Well, actually, I am hoping that I can make it look better with a little TLC.  To give you a visual, I “scouted” the internet for some pictures of what the future could hold. . .1964scout

1964scoutwhiteAnd don’t forget, if you are in the middle of refurbishing that classic car, don’t let wire chewing rodents undo your hard work! Put the predator-prey instinct to work for you with the Car-Boat-RV Pak from100% Original PredatorPee. Until I find more words. . . The PeeMan

Summer Departs and Mice Move in

mouseHello Again!

I don’t know about where you live, but up here in the North Woods, autumn is definitely creeping in with the nearly frosty night time temperatures causing air conditioning units to disappear out of windows everywhere. I will have to be firing up the wood stove before you know it and getting the farm ready for winter.

Well, as you probably know, when the air inside your home becomes warmer than the outside air, certain animals look for shelter anywhere within your cozy walls – most commonly mice. These small rodents might pass as “cute” for some folks, but to me a rodent is a rodent and I am not willing to share my food or precious warmth with any of them.

Now is the time to ward off any mice invasions by putting the natural predator-prey instinct to work for you.   In the wild Bobcats prey on many rodents and small animals.  So when you want to get rid of mice, moles, voles, etc., bobcat urine is a most effective natural repellent and deterrent that stops these pests from nesting, chewing or doing other damage to your attic, basement, garage, barn or garden.

So, if you don’t relish small, furry house guests this fall, you better get yourself some 100% Bobcat Pee!!

Until I find more words . . .

The PeeMan

Words from the Customers – Part IV

PeeMailHello All!

Well this has just about got to be the rainiest Labor Day weekend I can remember. There are flash flood warnings up across the state and there are more puddles than pavement on the roads. So, while it is soggy outside, I decided what better time to sift through the PeeMail inbox. And it was so full of great testimonials, I just had to pass them on immediately! So, without further ado, let’s hear from the people . . .

“A neighbor told me about your website after he helped me deter rodents from eating my car wires with fox-pee(from your company). We put the fox pee on sponges placed under the hood but not touching the engine.” – Mary

“A man who works here part time I think found it on the internet. It works very well in our new flower beds which possums, raccoons, etc. otherwise like to dig up to get insects. So we have become satisfied customers.” – Ross

“How did I find out about you? Animal Experts, the good folks who take those awful raccoons away, recommended you, and your predator urine. This is my second order, count me as a loyal customer! “- Mary O.

“I came across your website through Google. I have a coyote problem and was concerned about my feral cat population….hard to believe in the semi residential area which I reside in. Predator Pee has worked and I have become your loyal customer. Your service is prompt and accurate! Thanks for your help!” – Kathy

“Good Day, I originally came upon your product through a search engine and have been ordering your product for the last 3 years and have been a very satisfied customer since.”- Wilf

“I saw 100% Coyote Urine, used on TV. It wasn’t advertised, simply used, and I happened to notice the bottle. I Googled the product, and went to your informative website.” – Rue

“I had heard of coyote urine to repel rats from my exterminator. I googled it through Safari and came up with your company. Looking forward to receiving it and sprinkling around my yard.”- Janene

Well, until I find more words . . .

The PeeMan