Today’s Ask the PeeMan: When Coyotes Attack

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?”

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My answer:

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

www.predatorpee.com

If you would like to ask the PeeMan a question, you can always comment on my blog or email your questions to ask-the-peeman@predatorpee.com.

That’s it for today folks.

Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan

Coast to Coast Coyote Troubles

Greetings from the Pee Farm!

Well, the weather forecasters are predicting a good ole nor’ easter for tomorrow into Friday. Accumulation forecasts are all over the map. As usual, we will see what actually ends up on the ground when all is said and done.

coyote2smallIn the mean time, before hunkering down for the storm, I thought I would squeeze in a blog post. I know that I have posted about the coyote problem that is facing the nation many times, but it is a nuisance that is not going away, and we still haven’t sufficiently gotten the word out about the usefulness of 100% Wolf Pee in combating this situation. Below are articles from states across the nation that have been written in the past few weeks alone. They vary in tone, but they all recognize the growing threat of the coyote to small pets at the very least. One article mentions that the coyote has become the top predator since the eradication of wolf and mountain lion in some areas. Well, it stands to reason that if the wolf is a step above the coyote in the food chain, the coyote has instinctual fear of its natural predator and that is why even if the coyote has never seen a wolf, wolf urine will scare them. But, I will let you make up your own mind about that . . .

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2014/02/06/suburbs-should-be-wary-of-the-wily-coyote.html

http://www.keyetv.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/coyotes-spotted-near-round-rock-isd-campuses-15920.shtml

http://www.nj.com/salem/index.ssf/2014/01/new_jersey_coyote_spotted_in_quinton_residents_yard.html

http://www.newsmagazinenetwork.com/2014012744001/pet-corner-coyote-advisory/

 

I received this testimonial in my Peemail box just today . . .

“I have used wolf urine in the past so did a google search for wolf urine as a
deterrent. searched your website also for dispensers as they are hard to find. it
has kept coyotes away from my ducks. Penny”

Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan

When Coyotes Attack! All-Natural Solution – 100% WolfPee

Greetings from the North Woods! Well, there is a little snow on the ground now, and the mercury is dropping. It is definitely starting to look like Christmas around here. In between trips to the woodpile, Stanley’s pen and the hen house, I  have been catching up on my email. Lots of stories about the increasing threat that coyotes are posing in residential neighborhoods continue to  come to my attention. Below are just a few of the recent ones . . .

“In the morning gloom Thursday, Alan Watkin let his soft-coated Wheaton terrier Athena out into his condominium yard, tied to a rope to keep her close. He went into the kitchen of his Pemberton Terrace home and just sat down when he heard a massive yelp. “I go out and the coyote’s got her by the back leg. I managed to chase the coyote off. He ran probably 20 feet, stopped, and I ran at him again. He ran down to the road and down toward Sahali Terrace,” Watkin said later that day, after a trip to the veterinarian.

Coyotes aren’t a common sight in Lower Sahali. Deer occasionally wander through, straying from Peterson Creek. But not coyotes preying on neighbourhood pets. Atkin wants his neighbours and other city residents to be aware how widespread coyotes are.” (excerpt from Kamloops Daily News article by Michele Young)  http://www.kamloopsnews.ca/article/20131206/KAMLOOPS0101/131209903/-1/KAMLOOPS/coyote-attacks-lower-sahali-terrier

“Another worried dog owner has come forward after her Westie was almost dragged away by a coyote last week in West Kelowna. This is the second story of an aggressive daylight coyote attack in our area, the last time the beloved pet did not make it. Cynthia Jarvis lives on the edge of the Two Eagles Golf Course in West Kelowna.

Last Monday Dec. 2 her roommate took Jarvis’s Westie, Winston, and her Sheltie, Piper, for their daily afternoon play in the backyard. She says they were kicking the ball and having a wonderful time in the snow when a coyote, she believes was stalking them, rushed in and grabbed Winston. “It only took a moment and a coyote had latched onto my 19-pound Westie and was dragging him out onto the golf course,” shares Jarvis.

Photo: Contributed – Cynthia Jarvis
Piper

Her roommate screamed and started chasing the coyote, fortunately Winston was able to break free and run back to the house.  “If it was not for Winston’s strength and my friends screams, my Winnie would be gone,” says a shocked Jarvis. (excerpt from Castanet News article by Carmen Weld) http://www.castanet.net/news/West-Kelowna/104292/Coyote-attacks-dog-in-broad-daylight

“Huron-Kinloss Township is reporting a few coyote problems. It follows similar reports from nearby Kincardine. A small dog was killed recently in Kincardine by coyotes wandering through town. A report from Huron-Kinloss bylaw officer Brianne Elliott stated that coyotes are a major concern in the urban areas of the township. She told last night’s council meeting that the township has been advised to have residents report sightings to the Ministry of Natural Resources. But she also said the Municipality’s option are limited in trying to aid residents with concerns. Elliott said most of the concerns are from Huron-Kinloss areas year Kincardine.” (excerpt from BlackburnNews.com article by Ken Kilpatrick)

Well, as you know, I am a man who likes to solve problems and help others find solutions to theirs. 100% WolfPee is effective for keeping coyotes away. It is time to get the word out about this all-natural coyote deterrent. 100% WolfPee – accept no substitutes and keep Fido and Fifi and buster(you get the idea)safe from harm!

Until I find more words. . . The PeeMan

 

Coyote Chaos

coyote2smallIt has been a while, but hello from the North Woods!

We have had a wide range of weather this week, for sure. A couple mornings have been in the low 20s and one day it was in the sixties! Halloween trick-or-treating was wet and windy for the grandkids.

Speaking of tricky, coyotes are continuing to pose quite a problem for residents of many parts of the United States. As these articles show, the threat of the Canis latrans continues to grow.

http://cerritos.patch.com/groups/around-town/p/city-advises-residents-to-be-wary-of-coyotes

http://tbo.com/northwest-tampa/property-owners-worry-about-coyote-attacks-in-northwest-hillsborough-20131101/

The writers of these articles have several suggestions for people facing coyote probems, BUT they do not mention 100% Wolf Pee which consumers across the country and even overseas have been successfully using for years to keep coyotes away from their property.

Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan