Greetings from the North woods!
Well we have had some nice sunny weather, but today it is brutally cold. We have had frost warnings up for the last two nights, so I guess it was a good thing that I didn’t plant my garden before Memorial Day!
Todays featured Ask the PeeMan comes to us from Deeanna:
Q. I have had squirrels build a nest under my car hood under the engine twice this past week and chew through all the wires. My neighbour suggested coyote urine and my question is – is it okay to spray the engine and under the hood with this. I don’t want to damage anything.
A. For squirrels, we recommend FoxPee and we have a product designed specifically for your situation. Our FoxPeeShots are small “pee-loaded” cannisters – you just remove the lid and place in engine compartment and on the ground near each tire – re-cap and remove before driving.
See this link for details:
We have been selling more and more of our pee shots to car, RV and boat owners who are fed up with rodents of various types chewing wires, upholstery and otherwise wreaking havoc. Mechanics and dealerships across the country are starting to recommend our product to their customers. The convenient no fuss pee-loaded pee shots make it easy to use. And as always, we guarantee our products or your money back! We have excellent customer service representatives(real people)to talk to on the phone and we are continually optimizing our website and shopping cart to make your online experience exceptional. I may be an old fashioned entreprenuer but I think that good customer service never goes out of style. My philosophy is that even if the product didn’t perform as expected every customer goes away knowing that we went above and beyond to ensure an overall positive experience. It may seem cliche’ but at Maine Outdoor Solutions LLC, the customer is always right!
Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan
Greetings from the still cold and snowy North Woods!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I am not much into celebrating this particular holiday but I certainly don’t mind eating my wife’s corned beef and cabbage or “boiled dinner” as folks up here call it. I also won’t pass on a pint of beer with it – probably not green though.
Today’s question involves a creature that is as rare up in these parts as a leprechaun, but nonetheless is a problem for Tina. . .
Question: Is coyote pee the best way to keep roadrunners out of a yard? There is one that has recently eaten one of our turtles and I don’t want that bird back snacking on the rest of the turtles.
My answer: Birds have a weaker sense of smell than other critters, so the combination of sight and smell seems to work best. Our PeeCoy Combo that includes a Coyote Decoy and CoyotePee is what you need. Here is the direct link: http://www.predatorpeestore.com/peecoy.html
KJ The PeeMan www.predatorpee.com
Enjoy the holiday responsibly.
Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan
Greetings from the North Woods where it is snowing AGAIN! Also, a Happy Pi Day to all those math types out there.
In an attempt to be more consistent in my blogging, I have decided to pass on inquiries that come to my Peemail inbox. I will start with an oldie but goodie …
In October 2012, Lori asked:
“I live in the middle of a residential neighborhood, but my dog was attacked IN MY BACKYARD by two coyotes. Do you have a product to keep them(coyotes)away?”
WolfPee is what you need. Here is what Margery in Mass. had to say about a similar problem: “. . .After we bought your WolfPee last year, we did not have any problems with coyotes whatsoever and we thank you for that. New year and we have three cats we must protect. I thank you and will place my big order soon. . .”
Here is a direct link to the How to Use page http://predatorpee.com/use.html
KJ The PeeMan
If you would like to ask the PeeMan a question, you can always comment on my blog or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
That’s it for today folks.
Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan