Even More Words from the Customers

PeeMailI am always astounded at the number of emails that I receive from people all over the country telling us how our product works for them. Now, mind  you, I am not astounded that the product works – that’s a given – I am astounded that people will take the time to write me an email about it. Nevertheless, my PeeMail box just keeps filling up! So, without further ado . . .

“HI, I’ve been looking for something to keep my cute chipmunks out of the blackberries. Several people suggested coyote urine. I googled several sites. Yours looked like the “most authentic” – not sure what I mean. The Amazon site had several products, but they had mixed reviews. Some sites had general “predator urine“. I think I liked that you are in Maine.” – Phyllis

"This is at least my fifth reorder for 16 oz  BOBCATPEE spray. I originally found you about ten years ago by 

internet search (I think it was Google) for “Bobcat urine,” after hearing a comment on radio about bobcat urine being effective in keeping rodents out of the engine compartment. . . .We are in a rural area with an abundance of rats and mice. A few spray shots in the engine compartment of our two vehicles every one to two weeks or so generally keeps them out. When I’m negligent and it goes for several weeks without spraying, I get loaded with juniper tree branches, sticks, and droppings, etc. plus fire hazard and several times in the past, wiring gnawing damage. We also spray the corners of outside doors to hold down night deposits of droppings and ratpee. Aside from that, this is “The Land of Enchantment.” – Stan

“I found you on Google while searching for “predator urine for raccoons”. I’m going camping and heard that this was the best thing to keep the raccoons out of the
camp ground. ” – Athena

“I originally purchased coyote pee at Fleet farm in Minnesota. When I couldn’t find it one year I started ordering it on line. I used Google search engine. Love the product.”  – Mary


“Hi, found you on google by searching “fisher scent” and you came up. Being from Maine I was psyched to see you are a Maine company. – Kate”

“I have ordered in the past. Found you on the Internet searching for something to keep the coyotes away from my cats. “- Kym

No one says it better than the customer!

Until I find more words. . .

The PeeMan

Victory over Voles

Q. I have a significant vole problem in my yard. In the past years, they
have destroyed roses, azaleas, and many of their favorite plants, my
hostas. It’s frustrating and costly. I’ve tried many “solutions” with
only limited success. Every year, I start the battle again, but they
always win by mid-summer.

Predator urine (I guess bobcat would be the pee of choice) seems like a
logical next step. I have a couple of questions about its use and would
greatly appreciate your advice before I order.

1. How much do I need to apply? Many of the areas I’d like to cover are
broad swaths with lots of plant material and mulch in between.

2. How often do I need to reapply? Half of the yard has an irrigation
system which we use as often as necessary to reach 1″ of rain each week.
Will this defeat the effectiveness of the product?

3. Aside from applying the urine, are there other steps that people have
taken to increase its overall effectiveness in controlling voles? A
bobcat adoption, perhaps?

4. Is the application of the bobcat urine likely to have any negative
behavioral effects on my three dogs?

I appreciate your advice and look forward to hearing back from you and
trying out your product (that is, the bobcats’ product.)

A. I would recommend our “Mole Blaster” combo. This includes both the
BobcatPee granules and a Spray Bottle of BobcatPee Liquid. The granules
can be sprinkled right on the ground in your beds. One jar will treat
about 200 sq ft. Use the spray bottle to squirt the down into the vole
holes and mix it into the loose soil. You will have to reapply weekly if
you are using that much irrigation. Dogs will be curious as always but
the pee is no more harmful than what they might sniff at their favorite
fire hydrant! The long term solution for voles is to break their
spring feeding habits by early application. Some people mix BobcatPee
into the soil in the fall when the they get their beds ready for winter.
Thanks for asking!
The Peeman

A Squirrelly Question

Q. Which type of pee works best for squirrels?*

A. Actually, this is a pretty normal question and a very common problem! Fox and BobcatPee both work well on squirrels, if the squirrels are inside we use the 33Day Dispensers filled with BobcatPee and hung in the rafters
near the eaves. If outside, FoxPee in the dispensers hung from branches, fences etc.

*All of the questions posted on this blog are questions that the Peeman has actually been asked by people over the years.