PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Two styles of Liquid Guards we have available. Though either can be used independent of the other, most applications will benefit if both styles are employed. These are small capsules which are able to hold about 1/2 ounce of urine. They are made from a strong plastic and have an attached cap which can be removed for easy filling. The Capsules are used by placing them in the ground straight down. Make sure they are pushed down far enough so the tops are flush with the ground. Make these placements every 2-4 feet to get thorough coverage. The included Eye Dropper is used to fill each capsule. Once filled, the capsule should be capped. The design of the capsule will allow the urine to slowly “diffuse” out keeping a fresh scent and aroma where placed. This design will release the urine over time yet still protect the contents from rain and sun.

WHERE TO USE THEM: Gardens, flowerbeds, walk ways, around pools, along fence lines, under decks, around sheds or your home. In most cases, a combination of both the larger style  and the capsule style will prove to be most effective. However, if you need to make discreet placements, the capsule style will prove to be your best investment. When you need to make larger placements, the larger style guards will serve you better.

RATE OF APPLICATION:    When using the larger style, fill them with 2-4 ounces and place one every 10 feet. More can be used but 2-4 ounces should last 1-2 months. When using the capsule style, fill them with 1/2 ounce and make placements every 2-4 feet. This will provide 2-3 ounces for every 10 feet so you will have to refill the capsules more frequently. Remember that the use of either style will allow you to get much longer life from urine applications. When urine is placed out on the ground without using guards, it might only last 2-3 weeks. When used with either guard, applications will last 2-3 times as long. Most importantly, placements will slowly dissipate instead of having it all get washed away which can happen when placed out unprotected and there is a heavy rain. Placements in guards can stand up to this weather pattern.


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April 13, 2014

Mary Ann Charpentier @ 3:45 pm #

I need to purchase coyote urine to stop the deer from eating all of my landscape. I was wanting to buy it and place it in the capsule guard and the larger liquid guard. If I use the coyote urine, I understand it will keep deer away but will it attract coyotes to the yard b/c of the scent? Just don’t want to exchange one problem in for another. Thanks..Mary Ann

May 27, 2015

Janet Aucello @ 7:10 am #

I’m trying to order 1 pack (10) of the Capsule Guards along with the Granule and Liquid Guards. When I try to order the Capsules, the site adds another of the large Liquid Guards to my order. Is there an area of the website where I can order the Capsules? Thanks. Janet

June 8, 2015

Janet Aucello @ 7:44 am #


The capsules sit well in the soil of the garden and work well to keep rodents out of the garden. The are easy to refill with the included medicine dropper.

September 3, 2015

PC @ 9:24 pm #

We’ve recently moved into a new home that has skunk, possum and a lot of chipmunk activity (lots of holes in the yard and mulch). Will this work to get rid of existing critters or only to repel new ones from coming in the yard? We also have 2 small dogs. Is it safe for them and what is the recommended usage so they won’t go by them? Please advise on the best product to use.

September 4, 2015
November 20, 2019

Jason @ 10:57 am #

Hello, I ordered the small capsule guards that I hope to use to fend off some chipmunks. The capsules I received do not have the vent holes I thought would be needed to diffuse the coyote urine. Is this something we will need add or are these meant to come that way? Will it work without the holes? Thanks!

Jason @ 12:46 pm #


@Tech Support: Thank you – I’ll go ahead and do that. The chipmunk article you wrote was a big help by the way. Look forward to trying these and hopefully they will do the trick.

June 19, 2020

Dave @ 5:36 am #

I just received my capsules. I looked at them closely and there are no holes in them. It looks like there is a place to puncture a hole in the top. Should I just use a pin and poke a hole in the top?

December 10, 2022

susan watkins @ 6:46 pm #


I have 10 fruit trees in Oregon and the deer are eating them. It rains day and Night all winter and I am in California then. What can I use while I am gone?

December 11, 2022

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