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