WHERE TO USE IT: Both fox and coyote urine have a multitude of applications. Trappers have been using it as a mask, a cover scent and a lure. They use it on their clothes, their boots and their hands as well. Though many go overboard with its use, urine has many practical applications. One of the best ways to use it is to trick the target animal into thinking another is in it's territory. Urine is applied to trees, traps, the ground or other areas where coyote or fox are active. Once detected, the animals will scent over what you have applied to reclaim their territory. A good set will trap many animals when used this way.

HOW TO USE IT AS A REPELLENT:    Apply 1/2-1 oz to the ground (not plants or grass) every 10-20 feet to establish a barrier over which nuisance animals won't cross. Treatments typically last 3-6 weeks depending on local weather patterns. Use either Liquid Guards or Capsule Guards to get longer residual action.

** Please note: pets will not react in any unusual way when urine is applied on their property. Typically they will detect its presence (once applied) and immediately accept it. They will generally "inspect" the area when they go outside but they won't want to leave, get afraid or otherwise care. Your yard is their yard and they have no doubt detected animal urine and feces before. Since the property is their yard, the scent will not impact them like it will to new, foraging animals just coming to your land. So for example, animals like groundhogs, chipmunk or ground squirrels, the scent will be a clear sign a predator is close by so therefore choosing to stick around would be unwise.



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June 8, 2015

Janet Aucello @ 7:39 am #

The coyote urine is pretty potent when you first open the container, but once in the guards, the odor is not offensive to humans. The guards are low to the ground and the scent stays low. So far, we're happy with the results.

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