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Product DescriptionHavahart Critter Ridder repels skunks, groundhogs (woodchucks), dogs, cats, and squirrels. Critter Ridder is also a very effective raccoon repellent, keeping them out of garbage cans!
Havahart Critter Ridder Animal Repellent contains the scent and taste deterrent ingredients of black pepper oil, piperine, and capsaicin. These active ingredients irritate animals when they touch or taste the product. This patented, effective animal repellent is both OMRI listed and compliant for use in organic gardening. Critter Ridder effectively repels skunks, groundhogs, dogs, cats, squirrels, and raccoons from treated areas for up to 30 days! The competition requires more frequent application.
The Critter Ridder Animal Repellent granular shaker canister is perfect for perimeter protection. Sprinkle your lawn, garden path, and flower bed or spot-treat ground around other problem areas such as garbage bags, ornamental plants, trees, or shrubs. Critter Ridder can also be used indoors. It's ideal for use in potted plants and non-living areas such as basements, cellars, storage areas, sheds, and barns. An easy-to-use, effective, and economical animal repellent.
This 1.25-lb. granular shaker covers up to a 75 sq.ft. area.
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Q:will critter ridder also repell or be harmfull to birds? I do not want to repell the birds that are attracted to my bird feeders, which are always attacked by squirrels for the bird seed and cause other damage. please respond and advise. thank you.
chsarles zAsked on 4/25/2012 by Anonymous from farmingville,ny
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