Does Coyote Urine Really Work?

Thirty-five years ago the PeeMan probably would have asked the same question. But since 1986, our PredatorPee customers have answered with a resounding yes! Does it work 100% of the time? No. But remember we are dealing with wild animals so a lot of variables come into play. Out of curiosity, the PeeMan looked back over the last 10 years since we started keeping track of things in more detail. It was interesting. We of course offer our 100% “We Make it Work or We make it Right” Guarantee so or records keep track of  how many people we refunded money to over the last 10 years.guarantee4141

Over the last 10 years, we have averaged a 1.47% return rate. That means that PredatorPee worked 98.53% of the time.  This is how a return would come about; if someone found Coyote urine or one of our other urines not working, we would first try to assist them by sending them another urine “flavor” to try at no charge, and if that still didn’t work, we refund all of their money. So we sent refunds to 1.47% of our customers.

We don’t know anyone else that offers the kind of guarantee that we do. But it is the kind of guarantee the PeeMan would like to have when he buys stuff. We wanted our customers to know that when they buy from us, we will do everything we can to solve their pest problem or we will just simply make it right.

In the wild animals behavior is largely motivated by survival. The need to eat, to avoid predators and to find a mate. The sense of smell is the communication vehicle that helps an animal make decisions. For example is an animal’s hunger so extreme, will it risk encountering a predator in order to get the food it needs to survive? Things like that may or may not be going on in your backyard, so predicting an animal’s response to Predator Pee is not always a 100% sure thing….but it is a 98.53% sure thing.

That’s why we have our 100% “We Make it Work or We make it Right” Guarantee, after all, if a product worked every single time without fail, why would you need a guarantee?

Thanks for visiting our website and the PeeMan would love to have you as a customer.

 

How to Get Rid of Wild Pigs?

The PeeMan has a Few Thoughts on that….and so do our Customers!

“I am a returning customer. Your product worked really, really well for me last summer and the javelinas are back now …. time to restock! Thanks for the help…”
Stephanie – Mayer, AZ

“My housemate goes online and discovers the PredatorPee.com website. The website says that mountain lion pee is guaranteed to drive off javelinas, as well as wild boar. I immediately place an order online….Several months later, I can report that no plant-plundering pigs have returned to my property. Elated with success!”

Gabriela – Hawaii

From Japan to Spain to Mexico and the USA, wild pigs are a huge problem. They haven’t made it to Maine where the PeeMan lives and from what he hears from our customers, he’s awful glad about that! Those nasty, ugly critters are just plain bad news!

But, thankfully they have a predator that they fear. The mountain lion, known by different names in different places like cougar and panther, is the natural predator of wild hogs.  Use PredatorPee® Mountain Lion Pee to repel wild pigs, feral hogs and javelina. The scent of mountain lion urine alerts these wild pigs and hogs that danger is near. Their instinctive reaction is to flee the danger. When you use PredatorPee® Mountain lion Pee liquid 100%  mountain lion urine, you are putting nature’s warning system to work for you. Use in conjunction with our ScentTags or 33Day Dispensers to create a scent barrier that keeps the javelina and wild hogs out!

Just in case those pigs start thinking about moving north, the PeeMan is considering setting up a giant mountain lionpee-rimeter down near the Kittery Bridge on the New Hampshire border to keep those critters outta Maine!

Want to Know How to Get Rid of Rats? Ask the Peeman, like Kathryn did

Rats hanging out in cars and eating essential parts is a common enough problem in the District of Columbia. As City Desk previously chronicled, it happens in Adams Morgan. It happens at 15th and U. Kathryn Kailian, anesthetician who lives in Dupont Circle, had to take her car in six times for service because of rat damage. At one point, she submitted a claim for the $1,200 her dealership charged to completely re-wire her vehicle. “Our insurance company dropped us,” she says.

Fed up, Kailian Googled for solutions and found PredatorPee Coyote Pee. She ordered a bottle of it on the Internet, sprayed it on her engine, and hasn’t had a problem since. One bottle will last her “for years” since she only spritzes every few months. The smell dissipates pretty quickly and the rats have left her alone, despite the fact that she parks in an alley with Dumpsters filled by Five Guys, Chipotle, Cosi, and other delicious-to-rats restaurants.” Posted by Jule Banville < WashingtonCityPaper.com/blog on Feb. 6, 2009 at 10:26 am

 

You always know when you have rats. You know – you go down in the basement and turn on the light and you see just the flick of black cord-like tail disappear in a dark corner. Or you see the ugly droppings or you spot one burrowing in the chicken feed. No matter whether they are city rats, roof rats, country rats, Norway rats or whatever you call them in your neck of the woods, you just want them GONE!

The PeeMan to the rescue! PredatorPee Coyote Pee will get rid of the rats- it is as simple as that!

Here is what you do:

To Keep Rats Out of Buildings:  Use liquid CoyotePee in our 12 or 16 ounce bottles in conjunction with our ScentTags or 33Day Dispensers.  Just fill the dispensers or spray the tags and hang on the provided wooden stakes every 10-12’ around the outside of the foundation.

To Get Rats Out: Use our specially designed “pee-loaded” CoyotePeeShots. Just take off the caps and place in those dark corners that rats love – like under the sink or anywhere you have seen droppings.

To Keep Rats out of Your Car: Use PeeShots placed by each tire and in the engine compartment while the vehicle is parked.

 

Thanks to the help of our customers, we found that when it comes to Pee, rats hate CoyotePee. We don’t know exactly why they fear coyotes more than any other predator, but we know they do because our customers say so. Our Pee customers tell us what works, and the PeeMan listens and develops the pee products the people need in order to take care of their problem. It’s that simple.

One of the PeeMan’s Favorite Questions: How to get rid of cats?

feralcatsThe PeeMan is not a big cat fan so I take particular interest when someone asks “How to get rid of feral and domestic cats or keep cats out .” That’s an easy one – use PredatorPee® Wolf Urine – There is nothing more disgusting than finding that neighborhood cats have been using your prize garden for a litter box! The PeeMan would really hate that! Now you can repel cats effectively and naturally with PredatorPee® Wolf Pee liquid or Yard Cover Shakin’ Flake Granules. A cat’s fear of a wolf is imprinted deep in its genetic code. When they smell wolf urine, it triggers the instinct to avoid or flee serious danger. Even if a cat has never seen a wolf in its life, the genetic life-and-death warning code of the wild is always on alert! First make sure that all food sources are gone. A really hungry cat might risk an encounter with a wolf to get to that bowl of Purina dog chow on your deck. So take away the temptation first then create a “pee-rimeter” around your flowers and vegetables using Wolf Pee Liquid in 12 oz or 16 oz bottles along with our ScentTags or 33Day All-Weather Dispensers. Or shake out our Shakin’ Flakes right on the ground around individual plants. When the cats smell the PredatorPee® Wolf Urine, they know that the rest room is closed!

 

“A couple of years ago, I was looking for a way to keep cats out of my garden

and I found you. And wolf urine has worked good to keep the cats out. Thanks!”

NEWSFLASH: Using Wolf Urine Works to Deter Coyotes – KTVN 2 News

gray-wolf-head-canis-lupus-436x544Of course we’ve known our 100% Wolf Pee is an effective deterrent against coyotes for years, but it is always nice to have some independent confirmation. Check out this story from a local tv station in the Reno-Sparks, NV area – and don’t worry it is not FAKE NEWS.

“There are a few ways to deter wildlife from coming onto your property. Here in Reno-Sparks, many are trying to keep coyotes out of their yards.

Wolf urine is one of the most widely-used deterrents in our area, according to Michael Beran, Owner and Operator of Wildlife Command Center. Beran says that’s in part because people can order it online and in large amounts.

So how does it work? It plays off of their animal instincts. Bill Chamberlain, Director of the United States Wolf Refuge in Reno, says, “Their sense of smell, their sense of hearing is so intuitive, that the scent of wolf urine lays out the scent of an adversary.” Beran adds, “That instinct is very, very effective against a female coyote, especially one that’s thinking about, or is, denning.”

Therefore, if the coyote lurking around your home is a female, then wolf urine would likely do the trick. But, when it comes to the male, especially urban coyotes like we see in our area, it likely won’t be effective. Beran explains, “He’s never experienced the wolf, so he doesn’t know the threat, and so he’s just not as afraid.”

However, if your curiosity is piqued and you’re looking for a non-lethal option to keep coyotes at bay, you may think it’s worth the try–especially if you’re unsure if it’s a male or female coyote, or perhaps both, near your neighborhood.

If you do try it, Beran says the application process is important.  Always squirt the product on a fence or pole–above the height of your knee. He explains, “The higher that lift is, the bigger an animal thinks that predator is. Apply the urine to all major posts or fences along your yard, similar to a wolf marking its territory.

Now for the million dollar question: How do companies collect the urine?

It comes from wolves living in preserves and kennels with special flooring. Those floors have collection troughs underneath, so when they urinate, it goes into that trough, where manufacturers are able to collect and process it.

Beran says, if raccoons are your problem, wolf urine is a completely effective deterrent in that case.

We’d like to point out that the U.S. Wolf Refuge in Reno shown in this story does not collect their wolves’ urine. PredatorPee is one of many wolf urine sellers available online. To check them out, click here.

If you’d like to learn more about the refuge, which houses more than a dozen wolves and runs completely off of donations, click here.

To learn more about coyote removal efforts and prevention, click here. ”

By Elizabeth Olveda

http://www.ktvn.com/story/37299694/using-wolf-urine-to-deter-coyotes-does-it-work

(As an aside, our long term experience with the predator-prey instinct principle has demonstrated time and again that the fear is instinctual and not based on exposure to the predator, therefore, in this case,  the wolf urine works to deter both male and female coyotes)

Until I find more words(my own or others’) . . .The PeeMan

How to set up HawkStopper

Finally! Set up instructions for our wildly popular HawkStopper visual deflection netting.

 

HawkStopper – Mini-HawkStopper
 Installation Instructions

Setting up Your HawkStopper Visual Deflection Net – Stops Hawks & Other Predatory Birds by taking advangtage of their super-sharp eyesight.
What looks almost invisible to us, looks like impenetrable iron bars to them!

Mini-HawkStopper – Size when Stretched: Approximately 20′ x 35′ – Mesh 5″x 7′
HawkStopper – Size when Stretched: Approximately 20′ x 75′ – Mesh 5″x 7′

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1. Pull from bag holding the flourescent tape and unfurl to full length
2. Starting at one end, remove flourescent tape
3. Spread HawkStopper apart and locate each corner
4. Gradually spread work your way down the full length of HawkStopper spreading it out to its full width on each side
5. Starting with one corner, hang and tie off HawkStopper to trees or poles at height desired using the rope provided. Trim with scissors if necessary
6. Finish tying off as needed. Trim with scissors if necessary
7. Hawk’s eye-view from above

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How to Keep Coyotes Away from Your Yard

Thousands of coyotes now roam suburban and urban yards and neighborhoods across coyote2smallAmerica. News reports about coyote attacks on pets and other small animals are becoming more common. People are struggling to find ways of keeping them away. One completely natural, yet innovative solution is the use of wolf urine to repel coyotes.  According to the Wikipedia article Coyote: Interspecific predatory relationships, wolves are one of the few natural predators of coyotes and can compete for hunting habitat.

“The gray wolf is a significant predator of coyotes wherever their ranges overlap. Since the Yellowstone Gray Wolf Reintroduction in 1995 and 1996, the local coyote population went through a dramatic restructuring. Until the wolves returned, Yellowstone National Park had one of the densest and most stable coyote populations in America due to a lack of human impacts. Two years after the wolf reintroductions, the pre-wolf population of coyotes had been reduced 50% through both competitive exclusion and predation. In Grand Teton, coyote densities were 33% lower than normal in the areas where they coexisted with wolves, and 39% lower in the areas of Yellowstone where wolves were reintroduced.”

When coyotes believe wolves are in an area, they will move to a less hazardous habitat. By applying wolf urine around the perimeter of a yard, the homeowner can create the impression that wolves are nearby. The scent of urine is one of the primary ways an animal is warned of the presence of a predator and the smell of the wolf urine tells coyotes that this area could be a dangerous place. The coyote’s instincts kick in and they move to a new territory. In addition an added advantage to using wolf urine is that it is completely natural and safe to use around pets.

Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan