PeeLoaded Peeshots(do not drink or shoot)

Greetings from the North woods! Well, the January Thaw is history and the mercury is holding a little above zero this morning with a fresh coating of snow once again covering up the brown remnants of previous storms. I made sure to rake the roof right away so as not to have a repeat of the ceiling damaging leaks of a couple of weeks ago. The noise of the rake on the roof sent my dog into a frenzy since apparently the sound from inside is akin to thunder. Plus, I earned myself a trip to the physical therapist for my shoulder, but the roof won’t leak and the wife will be happy.

As a continuation of my last post on wire chewing rodents, I wanted to announce that we have launched a dedicated informational page for this problem at www.predatorpeeshots.com. Now, you can’t order a Peeshot at your favorite watering hole(if you can, I don’t want to know about it)or buy a case at the sporting goods store, but they sure are useful for keeping those pesky rodents away from your engine block or out of your attic, basement, or wherever you don’t want them nesting.  They come in an 8 pack and are “Pee-Loaded” with our 100% PredatorPee. PeeShots are preloaded dispensers perfect for use indoors or out. Just remove the cap and you are good to go!predator-urine-peeshots-76

Wherever you are today and whatever the weather, have a great day!

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