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Rats, raccoons and other nesting and gnawing critters can easily do $1000's of damage to wires, insulation,upholstery, stored goods etc in attics, basements, sheds, garages, storage buildings, cars, boats, rv's, and other vehicles. Our coyote urine scent PeeShots are perfect for this application. These coyote urine pellets come in an 8 pack and are “Pee-Loaded” with PredatorPee. Just remove the lids and place where critters have been causing problems. Coyote scent is the natural way to scare off pests. We also carry coyote urine granules.
PredatorPee® Coyote Pee Brand Coyote Urine works by allowing you to use a pest animal’s natural predator/prey survival instinct to stop the pest from causing damage to your yard, garden, home, barn, shed, garage, crops, plants, trees and shrubs as well as cars, trucks, campers, RV’s and other vehicles and power equipment. Our PredatorPee® Coyote Pee Brand Coyote Urine provides the scent of the predator to repel pests that are the coyote’s primary prey. This natural repellent works on deer, groundhogs, iguanas, woodchucks, raccoons, opossum, gophers, rats, roof rats, Norway rats, and marmots. When these critters catch the scent of a predator coyote nearby, they want to leave fast! So, if you have these pests, PredatorPee® Coyote Pee brand Coyote Urine for sale here is the solution. PredatorPee® - bringing Pee to the People for over 30 years!
“Kathryn K. who lives in Dupont Circle, had to take her car in six times for service because of rat damage. At one point, she submitted a claim for the $1,200 her dealership charged to completely re-wire her vehicle. "Our insurance company dropped us," she says.Fed up, Kailian Googled for solutions and found coyote pee. She ordered it on the Internet and hasn't had a problem since. The smell dissipates pretty quickly and the rats have left her alone, despite the fact that she parks in an alley with Dumpsters filled by Five Guys, Chipotle, Cosi, and other delicious-to-rats restaurants.” washingtoncitypaper.com