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Will Wolf Urine keep Coyotes away?

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Will Wolf Urine keep Coyotes away?

Postby Laughing Hyena » Mon Sep 22, 2014 11:36 pm

As much as I love Coyotes they have become quite a nuisance in my area lately I don't really want to call Animal Control because I don't know what they'll do to the Coyotes. So I've been looking up ways how to get Coyotes out of your area and one of the options was to order Wolf Urine online and sprinkle some in your yard and when the Coyotes smell it they will think Wolves are in the area and will try to steer clear from them and go to another location. Would this really work? lol.
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Re: Will Wolf Urine keep Coyotes away?

Postby pat » Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:59 am

I personally don't think it will. but, if the urine is not expensive, you can give it a try.

I thought the urine from my foxes would keep mice/rats away. but, there were several times,
I found dead rats in their pen (foxes killed them)

every animal is different, so, it is hard to say for coyotes.
not sure if an electric fence would work. maybe if it is low enough or two strands so they don't jump over it. :shrug:

found this link if it will help:
http://www.wikihow.com/Keep-Coyotes-Awa ... Homesteads

maybe the other members have more info/knowledge on it..
if I can think of anything, I will let you know.
if you find a solution, please let us know..
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Re: Will Wolf Urine keep Coyotes away?

Postby BlueBaby1023 » Tue Sep 23, 2014 3:46 pm

Laughing Hyena: It might, but as Pat said I don't personally think it will. Coyotes sometimes follow wolf packs in the wild to scavenge from their meals and vice versa, so they do come into "close" contact on occasion.

Pat: The rats may have had Toxoplasma gondii, it causes rats to suddenly be attracted to feline and canine urine. :)
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