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hmmmmmmmmmmm something for my little war

I wonder if THIS would work... and how long it might last and if I used it on the agility field, what would Stella do?

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nosemovie
Feb. 1st, 2013 03:36 pm (UTC)
My stepdad used to SWEAR that pee-ing in a gopher hole was all it took to make them go away. I'm really not sure he wasn't just trying to make up an excuse for not going back into the house to do his business.

IN any case, Our tiny yard doesn't get them... And LOTS of dogs are peeing in our yard.
Moles eat grubs, worms, insects... so they want to live in moist and fertile ground where the pickings are good.

Gophers, eat plant food, roots. So they hang out in areas with a variety of vegetation. Mostly I see moles in our area... but NOT in our yard, and I'm sure it's because the ground is NOT filled with yummy worms and grubs, due to heavy traffic and dog pee/poop.
That's my theory anyway.
dinahprincedaly
Feb. 1st, 2013 03:59 pm (UTC)
we are fertile locale for grubs... grub depot. grub pub. very moist area there next to the lake in the flood plain. and i knows killing the grubs would get rid of the moles... but thats a problem really. most of the stuff that really gets rid of the grubs would shorten dog lives. imma gonna try the predator pee. whatthehell.
dinahprincedaly
Feb. 1st, 2013 04:01 pm (UTC)
on the other hand... i WAS recently imagining having more dog partys next summer. random occasions to have peeps and their pups over. so added traffic is fringe benefit maybees.
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