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Old 07-30-2015, 11:05 AM   #29
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Try to keep the dogs away from the PB. Animals won't go near it if they smell the dogs.
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Also you don't need to use lots of PB in snap or glue traps. You want to lure them into it, not feed them. That doesn't take much.
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They won't eat much...Next one does and will get theirs when you reset it.
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Bars of Irish spring soap I've been told will deter mice. Flea collars for wasps. Just saying...


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