Problem: Perilous Pupping Season – Solution: Wolf Pee

It is pupping season! Not the “aww cute” puppies kind but the soon to be adult vicious predators that can pose a threat to small pets and backyard chickens kind. Yep, coyote breeding happens in January and February and then voila! – coyote pups in March and April.

Just like many animals, when coyotes are starting a family, they tend to be more aggressive to any perceived threats. This coupled with the fact that many suburban and urban areas are close to breeding spots and you’ve got a problem.

(Coyote)Breeding occurs once annually, typically in late January and in February, with pups born in March and April. Parents and offspring continue to remain in a family group for about six months. Before giving birth, the adults excavate one or more dens in the soil, occasionally expanding the burrows of other animals, but sometimes using hollow logs, rock piles, or culverts. Typically, even when denning in suburban areas, they choose sites where human activity is minimal. If disturbed, the parents may move the litter to an alternate den site. . . Coyote mating season is in late January through February and pups are born in March and April. Coyotes can be aggressive and protective during mating or when protecting litters of pups

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/03/06/coyote-attacks-in-california-are-on-the-rise-heres-how-to-see-if-theyre-in-your-area/

coyote2smallOk, so they are breeding, steer clear, what’s the big deal? The big deal is that every day reports surface of coyotes attacking, maiming and even killing small dogs and other small domestic pets. Here are links to just a few stories from the past month:

http://jacksonville.com/opinion/columnists/2017-03-27/guest-column-city-officials-must-take-proactive-steps-address-atlantic

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/03/06/coyote-attacks-in-california-are-on-the-rise-heres-how-to-see-if-theyre-in-your-area/

http://www.wkyc.com/news/local/cuyahoga-county/coyote-attacks-dog-near-lakewood-home/415668755

And as if this isn’t bad enough, the link below describes a coyote attack on a man who was out for a jog!

http://www.wpxi.com/news/trending-now/man-out-for-morning-jog-attacked-by-coyote/499200273

Clearly, this is a HUGE(nod to POTUS)problem. Well, as you well know by now, we at predatorpee are all about solutions to common pest problems. Using the predator-prey instinct as our guide, we are led to the canis lupus or wolf as the predator to the coyote.

In order to protect your pets from this voracious predator we recommend using our 100% Wolf Urine. Create a “pee-rimeter” around your yard by using WolfPee liquid with ScentTags or 33 Day Dispensers.

But, as usual, you don’t have to take my word for it . . .

“…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 large order soon…”

Margery F. – Walpole, MA

“It really works…we haven’t seen a coyote in the neighborhood for years now.”

Nancy – Woodinville, WA

“I believe this is my third purchase from you, and it seems to be deterring the coyotes, so I’m going to continue hanging it on my fence to keep them at bay, from my doggies.”

Susanne – Denver, CO

So, the problem is real but so is the solution. Don’t wait, keep your pets safe during pupping season. Get some Wolf Pee!

Until I find More Words . . .The PeeMan

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?”

COYOTEPROBS

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

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

Words from the Customers Continued . . .

Greetings!

Every now and again I like to empty my PeeMail and share with you the great stuff that I hear from customers every day.  So without further ado. . .

“Hi, Family friend is a satisfied customer and she recommended your products to chase squirrels. Thanks. Richard”

“I read an article about Bobcat pee as a repellent for mice, and found you using a google search. bmf”

“I have been ordering your products for a few years, mainly bobcat and coyote pee for rats and mice. I used google to find you the first time and I continue to refer customers to you. Thank You…Joyce”

“I purchased from you previously, found you via web search. . .  So far the Wolf urine seems to being working. I have four small dogs and we have seen coyotes in our area pretty regularly . I will be trying the granules for the first time when this next order arrives. I plan on taking some with me when we head to our Florida home this winter, YES, there are coyotes there too.”

“I found out about you because my friend had racoons and used your products and they went away. Courtney”

“This is the second order I’ve made. I found you by a google search. Haven’t seen any bobcats or coyote! Thanks for giving me a little peace of
mind. Lisa”

Not much to add to all that. So, until I find more words . . .

The PeeMan

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 THERE, I FOUND OUT BY SEARCHING THE INTERNET ORDERED YOUR PRODUCT AND FOUND IT TO BE
THE BEST STUFF AROUND. HOPE THAT HELPS YOU, THANKS PAULA”

“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

Coyote in NYC? What Next?

 So, as I was surfing the net after I got back from my fishing trip up to a secluded spot in the Maine woods, I came across this video from a couple years ago. Really, I knew the coyote problem is bad, but in NYC!  I won’t even go to the Big Apple. Check out this brazen beast:

abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/coyote-loose-new-york-city-10197267

What is to be done with this seemingly indiscriminate invasion of our backyards, farms and even city streets by this vicious predator? Well, as you may have guessed, we’ve got a pee for that! 100% WolfPee is the all natural coyote deterrent. It is available in liquid and granular form and can be used to create a pee-rimeter around the area you are trying to protect. Don’t delay! Protect those pets, chickens, and whatever else the coyote might see as its next meal with 100% Original WolfPee. Accept no substitutions!

Enough business stuff, I am ready to go fishing again! Unfortunately, the much needed rain we are getting today will usher in a healthy batch of black flies and mosquitoes. Fishing in springtime in Maine can mean sacrificing a pound of flesh – literally. Oh well guess I will go down and keep puttering away in the Airstream. Hope the sun in shining where you are.

The PeeMan