Urine for Human Pests? Nope – Skunk’Um!

My wife thinks that I make stuff up. She thinks that some of my ideas are only great in my mind. Well, granted, a few of my ideas haven’t panned out exactly as I may have hoped(that’s for another post) but a question I received from a clever customer this week confirms that the invention of Skunk’Um is a great solution for a real problem. The fact that we have sold hundreds of bottles since it launched doesn’t hurt either. Without further ado . . . it is Ask The PeeMan Wednesday!

Q. I am curious which is the absolute worst smelling urine of all the ones you sell? I am looking for something to spray/place outside my bedroom window to deter people from loitering so I am able to get some sleep at night so I guess my predator would be human.
> Thank you, Amy


A. Amy,

Sorry for the delay – its our crazy season. See Skunk’um – for annoying people at this link: http://www.predatorpeestore.com/skunk-um.html

KJ The PeeMan

As you can see from my response, I have been a little delinquent in responding to my peemail lately. Shipping pee during the busy season and keeping up with the summer farm chores has kept me away my keyboard. Never fear, if you ask the PeeMan a question he will answer – just not as quickly in May, June and July!

Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan


Ask the PeeMan – Fisher problem

Update! I was alerted by an observant person that the picture that I put in this post previously was a tasmanian devil not a fisher! My mistake. The PeeMan

It’s Wednesday and drum roll please . . . It’s time to Ask the PeeMan. In case you are wondering,  “The fisher is a small carnivorous mammal native to North America. It is a member of the mustelid family and a part of the marten genus. The fisher is closely related to but larger than the American marten.” – Wikipedia

Hello pee man!
I live in Massachusetts and we have a Fisher problem and some coyote. I have Bengal cats keeping them inside is impossible. I’m looking for a urine that will at least repel FisherCatthe Fisher without freaking out my cats. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Andy

WolfPee is what you need for fisher and coyote. If you create at “pee-rimeter” around your yard with WolfPee, it will keep the fisher and coyotes out while also keeping your cats from wandering out of your yard. Here is the link:
KJ 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.
Here is the link: http://www.predatorpeestore.com/CoyotePee-for-Racoons-Gophers-Possum-Groundhogs-and-Woodchucks.html
KJ The PeeMan

Until I find more words . . .The PeeMan

The Long Winter

snowfiddleGreetings from the FROZEN North Woods,

It has been four months since I last blogged. Four months of winter. I live in Maine, I should expect it, right? It may come every year, but each Maine winter has its own surprises. This winter is no exception. Big snow storm and freezing first of November. Early December more snow. Then, it all melts and it is near 50 for Christmas! January is colder but no snow. And then, the Emperor of the North(I stole that phrase from somewhere)descended on a carpet of white and has yet to recede one bit. We now have 4 feet of snow and February is going on the books as the coldest month in this part of the world. Not only the coldest February – the coldest month – jumping ahead of four Januarys in the top five coldest months on record. So, I have just been on shovel, snowblow, plow, roof rake and repeat mode for a month. My stink pipe has frozen over multiple times, the roof of the greenhouse almost collapsed under the weight of snow, my transmission went in the truck, I substituted the Scout for plowing, got the truck back, one of my laying hens died, and meanwhile the snow drifts just keep growing and blowing. My driveway disappears regularly with the drifting which means more plowing. In between snow duties, I have to find time to make sure the pee gets out the door. I have to have inventory deliveries made at my daughter’s house in town because the UPS guy can’t always make it down the driveway. So I haven’t had much time for blogging. I have complained an awful lot and I don’t like just letting problems hang out there without resolution. Advice to self – “So, quit your bellyaching and do something!”


Snow Scout reporting for duty!

Well, I can’t make the snow disappear but I can use the time inside forced on me by the brutal wind and snow to do something productive. So, I am updating the blog, changing some things up and broadening the scope of my posts. Don’t worry, I will still pass along tidbits about all the wonderful uses of pee – I am the PeeMan after all! But, I will start posting about what life is like for me. Now, I don’t know why anyone would really want to take time to read about a 60 something entreprenuer who lives in the woods of Maine, but my daughters tell me that this blogging is an important part of the whole internet commerce thing. On that note, think backyard chickens(2015 is the year of the chicken at predatorpee.com), think gardening – seedlings going to be started soon, don’t forget airstream refurbish #2, the Scout project, pig husbandry, and maybe even some excerpts from the book I wrote for my daughters for Christmas 2014.

Words from the Peeman

This is the PeeMan, for the past 20 years or so I have been in the pee-business.  Pee Business? Yes, that’s right. First started to supply hunters and trappers with the wild animal urine that they use to lure animals, it has evolved into something pee-mendous!  Shortly after starting the business, we found that people were buying our pee who had absolutely no interest in hunting or trapping.  They were buying our coyote urine and other varieties for everything from housebreaking their dog to keeping deer and other wild animals from feasting on their prize ornamentals.  We found that the pee-market had a life of its own.  When humor columnist Dave Barry included our bobcat pee in his top ten Christmas gift list, yet another market category emerged…the prank gift market is huge!  People send PredatorPee to people they love and people they hate.  They squirt the pungent liquid in places no wild animal has ever been!  You can only imagine what uses a frat house could find for wolfpee.  Now, of course, hunters and trappers make up only a tiny portion of our customer base.  Regular folks with gardens, flowers, shrubs and backyards make up the most.   Now on this day, July 14, 2008, PredatorPee enters the blog-o-sphere.  Who would have thought?


In each new post, I will include some of the pee questions we get every day at predatorpee.com and our answers…like this one:


Dear PeeMan,


Coyote or Fox???

I live in Arizona where the problem is rabbits. We also have coyotes (not

enough it seems) that do prey on the rabbits, but no foxes, that I know

of.   It seems logical that coyote urine would be the product of choice for me,

but your website suggests fox urine to repel rabbits. Which product would

you recommend in view of this situation?


Thank you in advance,



Dear Charlie,

Both the fox and coyote love to dine on rabbit and the rabbits know it!

We try to simplify the choices on our website. In your case, the coyote pee

would be my choice.

When dealing with rabbits keep the pee on or close to the ground around

the perimeter of the area that you want to protect. Apply liberally the

first couple of times, then gradually reduce the amount that you use.


Thanks for writing,

The PeeMan


Next Post – “How PredatorPee works” …coming soon.