Greetings from the snowy north woods!
I have made an executive blogging decision. “Ask the PeeMan” Wednesdays are going to be a new regular feature on the blog. I get so many interesting questions in my PeeMail every day and I answer them all personally. So, why not share them with you?
So, to kick things off, I bring you a question from “down under” . . .
I saw your website online.
First off all I have a question about the best solution for wild horse pests? Is it Bear urine?
Or would you suggest something else.
Also if you apply urine to the perimeter of a property. How long is it effective for? How often would you need to reapply it? Is it only effective while the urine is still wet? Or is it still effective when the urine dries out, meaning does the scent remain for doe time.
How does it work? Does it scare the horses off cause they think there is a bear near by?
What if horses haven’t smelt a bears urine before? Will it still be effective.
The reason I ask is I’m in Australia and there’s no bears here. So would the product still be effective as its a smell that wild horses here wouldn’t have experienced before.
Can you post to Australia?
Adam from Australia
Thanks for your questions. As you know, most of the wild pesty critters that Australia deals with today originally came from Europe or North America along with their human companions. Your “brumbies” are no different and that is exactly why BearPee will still scare them. PredatorPee seems to work by triggering fear instincts that are buried deep in the genetic code. Your wild horses are still ours at heart! – and they are still afraid of bears.
Since a horse’s sense of smell is far greater than ours, the pee scent is effective long after it has dried. See this link for application and info on our ScentTags and 33Day dispensers:
And yes, we do ship to Australia via Priority Mail – it usually takes about 1 week to 10 days.
KJ The PeeMan
Until I find more words(and questions). . .The PeeMan
Does the coyote or wolf get hurt or any physical danger when you get their pee is this procedure safe for the animals you are doing this to
We get our urine from state regulated wildlife sanctuaries, farms etc. The animals are not harmed. If you want more information click here https://www.predatorpeestore.com/How-Do-We-Collect-The-Pee-.html
Thanks for the question. The PeeMan