Coyote Urine Curbs ‘Coon Chaos

Raccoonsraccoon are arguably one of the most annoying pests on the North American continent. We certainly get a lot of requests for help from exasperated homeowners whose garbage and gardens have become a night time paradise for the striped bandits. What is to do be done? Well, here at, we approach a lot of our problem pests using the predator-prey principle. It is a concept that makes lots of sense and has proven to be effective. So, if we have a raccoon(the prey), we need to figure out the predator. A little research and the answer presents: “Predators of adult raccoon include bobcatscoyotescougars and domestic dogs. Young raccoons are preyed upon by eagles and large owls.”

This information combined with field tests and customer feedback have led us to conclude that Coyote Urine is the answer to the raccoon problem. But, you say, “there are no coyotes anywhere near where I live, why would that scare a raccoon?” Good question. The answer is that the fear of a predator is instinctual(thus hardwired in) and not dependent on actual proximity or exposure to said animal. But, you don’t have to take my word for it. The comments below are from actual predatorpee customers.

“Hi — about two months ago I wrote to you regarding a problem I’ve long had with ‘coons on my roof. I live in the florida keys and I wasn’t sure if coyote pee would work as I’m sure my ‘coons have never seen a coyote. You said it was genetic response to the smell and should work. It did. So, it’s time I got my predator pee last week and finally set it up on the weekend! Works great. Every night the raccoons would clean out the bird feeder. I even had baffle to stop the squrrels but the raccoons would get up on the baffle somehow and still clean out the seed! We haven’t seen the raccoons for the last few nights…” Robert

“Can’t believe it! Two nights after putting out your product, I was able to leave my bird feeders up all night…Thank you so much for such a great product. I am one happy customer!” Tonya

I’ve been an extremely satisfied customer for quite a few years. I haven’t lost a fish in over 4 years (to raccoons) because I use the coyote pee regularly….thanks for providing a humane way to protect my pond.” RL

So, raccoons got you up at night? Get some 100% CoyotePee and rest easy. Click here to purchase. For application instructions, click here.

Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan


Ask the PeeMan: Rowdy Raccoons

I still have a few minutes of Wednesday left so I’d better use them to post this week’s Ask the PeeMan. This one is hot off the presses – just came in the peemail today!

raccoons-on-roofQ. I am contacting you from Nova Scotia Canada desperate for help. Our roof is being torn up by raccoons. For the past three weeks a racoon is tearing shingles, ice shield and 3/4 inch wood to get into our attic. We had the problem last year when they entered the attic through a hole in the eaves, nested and had babies. I was advised to leave them and they would move out when the young were old enough which they did BUT I had many sleepless nights in the process. The hole was repaired after they “moved out” and I thought it was over. Wrong! One has returned and is destroying our roof and this time we can’t figure out how it’s getting on/off the roof and so far has not moved in, when we hear it we go out and do our best to scare it off – certainly not a solution. Trap is not working, loud noises (running a compressor in the attic) and smells have done nothing. Can you suggest a product and application we can try? I desperately need some help. Sleepless and exhausted in Nova Scotia.

A. PeeMan to the rescue!
You need CoyotePee is what you need. The key is applying it after it has gone out for the night. You can use our PeeShots inside and the liquid to spray liberally outside all around where it is entering your attic. Look for trees with overhanging branches, drain pipes etc that might be the climbing point and spray that as well.
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KJ The PeeMan

Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan