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Keep those neighborhood dogs at bay with dog repellent / pepper spray for dogs.
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Dogs urinating on trees, particularly newly planted, young trees, can be quite damaging. with I Must Garden Dog & Cat Repellent you can stop dogs from urinating on trees. To keep dogs away from trees, you can use either our granular repellent, our spray repellent or a combination of both. Generously sprinkle at least three foot wide band of repellent all around the base of tree. Create a boundary around the tree you want to protect. As the dog approaches the tree, it will be repelled by the scent and go somewhere else. Initially, you may want to apply the repellent every 5-7 days and after heavy rains. After breaking the habit apply as needed to maintain control.
DEET and other human insect repellents should not be applied to dogs or cats.
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Liquid Fence brand produces some of the best-selling and most effective animal repellent products on the market. The Liquid Fence Dog and Cat Repellent RTU is an all-natural, biodegradable ready-to-use spray that contains natural plant oils that repel dogs and cats. Liquid Fence Dog and Cat Repellent can be safely sprayed on lawns, flowers, garden beds, trees, shrubs, and around garbage containers. Of course, in addition to dog repellents, do not forget that one option for keeping dogs away from your property may be simply to erect ​a.
Photo provided by FlickrHomemade Urinating Dog Repellent.. Several different ways to prevent dogs urinating on your furniture or patio furniture
Photo provided by FlickrYou can train your dog to avoid certain areas with repellent sprays for dogs, and you can also discipline your pooch for performing .
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So, you’ve finally caught the stray dog in action that you’ve been trying to catch for weeks knocking over your trash, digging through your yard and wrecking your beautiful garden. It’s time to do something about it so that you can get your yard and garden back in good shape. You’ve heard about different repellants that you can use to keep these stray dogs away but do they really work?Some repellants to keep stray dogs out can be made right from the comfort of your home. For instance, Cheyenne pepper, ammonia soaked cotton balls, sliced citrus fruits and coffee filters soaked in vinegar are all used to deter strays. They are to be placed in areas where stray dogs might find something to get into. Supposedly, the smell and the taste of these deterrents turn stray dogs off sending them looking for their meals in other areas. All of these deterrents can be effective for a while, but it takes constant reapplication which could leave your pockets struggling. Not to mention some deterrents such as ammonia are bad for plants and soil.This sounds simple and it is, but it doesn’t last very long. If you see stray dogs on your property, spraying them with the water hose has always been effective in repelling them and sending them on their way. The problem is, they’ll probably come back and it will probably be at night when you’re in the bed sleeping. This is one of those repellants that literally only works for the moment. While it may not cost you any money at all, it’s time consuming and doesn’t fix the problem.Dogs are known as man's best friend, but sometimes you need to keep them out of certain places around the home or yard. Many dog repellents available at pet stores such as electronic and ultrasonic pet repellents, but these can be pricey. Depending on your dog, preferences, and budget, you may opt for a much cheaper homemade repellent that can be just as effective pet-store items.If the stray dog is wrecking your yard while you’re asleep, then a water hose may not be an effective repellant at all. A fence might work though. Fences can keep dogs out of your yard 24 hours a day without you needing to monitor your yard. However, it doesn’t come without drawbacks. Fences have to consistently be maintained and they don’t run cheap. Not to mention, if you can’t do it yourself, labor is going to be expensive as well. Even if money is not an issue for you, when it comes to anesthetic and practical reasons, they’re not always the best option for repelling dogs.If a stronger repellent is needed, try using cayenne pepper. Cayenne pepper is widely used as an ingredient in many commercial dog repellents. The capsicum in the pepper is especially irritating to dogs' skin, eyes, throat and nose. Cayenne pepper is readily available in the spice section of any supermarket.