PredatorPee® – Keeping it simple.


Back in 1999 when we first put on line, things were different. You could put up graphics and information, but you couldn’t actually buy anything. You looked it up online, then you called in your order. The connections were all dial-up and slower than mud. It was pretty Mickey Mouse, but you could sense that something big was brewing. I can remember telling someone “If women can ever shop on this thing, it’s going to be huge!”
Pretty prophetic for the PeeMan, wouldn’t you say? But, we’ve always been a bit ahead of our time.

A news story written about us at the time, had the headline: “This E-Business is in the Pee Business” – catchy, wasn’t it?  So, here we are 17 years later and this Pee Business is still in the E-Business in a big way.

We now have a whole bunch of websites (a few are listed below) for a variety of “unique and useful products from Maine”. We try to keep them simple and functional – not a lot of flash. Here are some of our basics:

  • Good, informative content – sometimes clever, sometimes marked by a little juvenile humor
  • Fast, Free Shipping – if you order today, it goes out tomorrow. Weekend orders go our Monday. Everything shipped free via Priority Mail to USA and Canada
  • Quick answers to your questions – don’t you hate it when you email a website and never hear back? That won’t happen here. Email ask-the-PeeMan – during the week, he is pretty quick – a little slower on the weekend.
  • Pay your way. paypal-cc-amazonCredit card, PayPal or go right to Amazon and order – your way is the way we like it!
  • Best Guarantee in the Business: We guarantee PredatorPee® will work or guarantee4141we’ll send you another “flavor” to try. If the critters still don’t cooperate, we’ll send you your money back! We’ll make it work or we’ll make it right.

To sum things up, when it comes to our e-business,

we want to treat you like we like to be treated. Pretty simple.


Ask The PeeMan: Deer, Deer and MORE Deer

Wednesday means Ask the PeeMan – the weekly feature where The PeeMan shares questions that real customers have asked and provides his pee-rrific answers.

I live in a lovely Gorham neighborhood, in the last house on a dead-end street, surrounded by woods.  For five years, I’ve had only occasional problems with deer but this year — after the lightest winter in history, go figure — it seems the word is out.  Deer are coming right up to my family room windows and have stripped a yew, a holly, and two arborvitae.  These are… *ahem* were well-established plants that have survived harsh winters and two big, rowdy dogs, so it broke my heart to see them defoliated.  I generally have a live-and-let-live attitude about these things but in this instance, there are plenty of other nutrients in the immediate area, so I didn’t see the humor AT ALL.

My question is this: there are quite a few coyotes in the surrounding area and the deer don’t seem to be in the least perturbed by their presence (or mine, or that of my loud German Shepherd).  Does this mean that I should consider using, say, wolf urine instead of coyote urine?  My personal preference would be a flame-thrower but I’m pretty sure there’s a municipal code that prohibits it… regrettably.

By the way, I came to your website by way of my vet’s recommendation.  She has chickens and relies on your products to keep them safe, which I thought was a wonderful endorsement.

Thanks in advance,

With coyotes in the neighborhood, we do recommend going with WolfPee. It has the added benefit of not only keeping the deer away, but the coyotesherten-5 too! Here is the direct link. Thanks for finding us…send me the name of your vet, so I can thank her.

KJ The PeeMan

Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan

Does PredatorPee® Smell?


This is one of the most frequent questions the PeeMan gets. Now, I always have operated under the opinion that there is no such thing as a dumb question, but some people might consider this to be one. It isn’t. It is just that I think people who ask this question may be living a quite cultured and sheltered life. The kind of life folks here in Maine are quite unaccustomed to.

The PeeMan’s wife is a true Mainer born and raised and she would never ask this question. She knows a full 1/4 of a mile away when the PeeMan has been working. She knows that PredatorPee® smells and she doesn’t appreciate subtle aromatic overtones in the same way as the PeeMan does.

I have tried to help her distinguish the slightly burnt aroma of Mt. LionPee from the meaty scent of WolfPee, but the conversation does not seem to last very long. So, to make a long, smelly story short, the answer is “Yes, PredatorPee® does smell,” but that is only part of the story. As you know, animals have a very keen sense of smell – much keener that even the PeeMan’s wife.

Just think about it, you’ve been at friend’s house visiting or hanging out. Your friend has a dog, it comes over, you pet it, it lays down at your feet. It’s a nice well-behaved dog. It doesn’t jump on you and you’re not playing or wrestling with it. It’s just laying there.

But when you get home, your dog is all over you, sniffing you and looking at you like you were some kind of two-timing scoundrel. Your dog smells the lingering scent of friend’s dog, but you are clueless and smell nothing.

Well, that’s how it is with PredatorPee®. The scent lingers a level that other animals can easily detect, but way out of our range of smell. You certainly will smell it when you open the bottle, but after applied the scent dissipates quickly beyond the range of the human nose. The PredatorPee® continues to create the illusion that a predator is present long after the subtle aromatic tones have drifted away.

Until I find more words. . .The PeeMa

Ask the PeeMan: Mice in Grill

Well, it must be the busy season around here because Wednesday’s Ask the PeeMan is on Thursday this week! This week’s question is especially relevant since grilling season will soon be upon us(I am sure most of you have been grilling for a while now – don’t rub it in) – one thing is for certain – none of us want mice up in our grill(because of my 22 year old daughter the double meaning is not lost on me). . .

Looking for a suggestion to keep mice from entering my outdoor grill.  I don’t  have them in the house, but know they are outside as I’ve caught a few over the past year.  Looks like you recommend the Bobcat Urine.  Should I go with the 33 Day Dispenser and put them around the grill area on my patio?  These 33 Day Dispensers are reusable, right?  Or would you recommend some other application?

Thanks for your help.

Kevin white_footed_mouse2

Look at our BobcatPeeShots – you can place right in grill when not in use and easily remove. here is the link:
KJ The PeeMa

Ask the PeeMan – Fisher problem

Update! I was alerted by an observant person that the picture that I put in this post previously was a tasmanian devil not a fisher! My mistake. The PeeMan

It’s Wednesday and drum roll please . . . It’s time to Ask the PeeMan. In case you are wondering,  “The fisher is a small carnivorous mammal native to North America. It is a member of the mustelid family and a part of the marten genus. The fisher is closely related to but larger than the American marten.” – Wikipedia

Hello pee man!
I live in Massachusetts and we have a Fisher problem and some coyote. I have Bengal cats keeping them inside is impossible. I’m looking for a urine that will at least repel FisherCatthe Fisher without freaking out my cats. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Andy

WolfPee is what you need for fisher and coyote. If you create at “pee-rimeter” around your yard with WolfPee, it will keep the fisher and coyotes out while also keeping your cats from wandering out of your yard. Here is the link:
KJ The PeeMan

Ask the PeeMan: Taxing Otters

This week’s question comes from a neighbor to the north(yes there is something north of Maine)in Canada. Inconsiderate river otters? WolfPee to the rescue!

Q. Hey ‘PeeMan‘.  (Gotta like it!)

River otters have taken up the habit of crapping on the rear deck of one of our water taxis.    I tried Critter Ridder which is less than useless.  Any suggestions ?



A. Brian,
WolfPee is what you need. If you can, hang our ScentTags down near the waterline so they get a good whiff before they decide to climb on board. Animal behavior is always trickier around water, but give it a try…we have a great guarantee- if the WolfPee doesn’t do it, we’ll send you some BearPee at no charge and if that still doesn’t do it, we give you your money back! (As you can probably guess – we don’t have to do that very often!)
Thanks for writing – here’s the direct WolfPee Link:

The PeeMan

Until I find more words . . . The PeeMan