Coyote Repellents

If a Dallas coyote is coming into the yard they are looking for food. These animals are not picky and have been known to eat just about anything. As land is wiped out for buildings the animals have to adapt to the new environment in order to survive. There are different Texas coyote repellents available to keep them from entering the yard.

So far as the matter of animals is concerned, anyone can have a pet animal but no one would like to have an animal that is either dead or wild. So, there are lots of ways through which a person can get rid of the animals he doesn’t want to keep inside the four walls of the house. Look around and see what could be food for them. If there are chickens make sure they are secured at night just like any small house pets. When feeding birds empty the feeder before night fall. Keeping the yard in order is a great repellent. Remember if the bushes are out of control and grass overgrown many animals will be drawn in and that is only food for the Dallas coyote.

There are certain odors that a Dallas coyote does not like and if they are placed strategically around the yard it can deter them from roaming around. Get some ammonia and soak rags in it, purchase moth balls or even wolf urine. Keep in mind though these items will need refreshed every so often to continually keep the smells going. When something is sneaking around the yard the last thing they are looking to encounter is a motion light or yelling. A Texas coyote does not like either one and will run for the woods when scared. If outside and by the water hose turn it on and aim at the coyote. Just like many animals they do not like getting soaked in water.

Fencing is also a good repellent for Dallas coyotes. An electric fence gives them a zap so they will walk away. If using a normal fence make sure it is pretty tall, coyotes are pretty smart and know what it takes to climb a fence, and there is something in place on the top so the animals cannot get over. It is also important to bury a portion of the fence underground so it is harder to dig a hole and crawl underneath it.

Which Texas coyote repellent to use is totally up to the person. Odors will have to be refreshed and the cost can add up quickly. Motion lights are nice and will work for a while, but once the coyote catches on they will no longer run away. Fencing is a nice investment for any yard and makes it much harder for the Dallas animals to enter.

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