Scoot Fox Repellant 2 x 50gm
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Scoot keeps your plants safe and protects the environment by using a kind and eco-friendly method to control foxes. By copying smells, it fools foxes into thinking another animal has claimed their land, making them leave the place. A domestic cat knows their owner will feed it and it knows it can always run inside to the safety of the house if things get awkward. If you wish to return your item to Robert Dyas, you can do so by one of the following methods: 1. Request a Collection via Robert Dyas Customer Services
Each works in a different way, and with varying levels of success for different people, so no single product can really be seen as being superior.Each deterrent in this list is the best of its type. No two are exactly the same and they all work in slightly different ways from one another, targeting different senses (sight, hearing, smell, touch etc…) and different types of problems. Hopefully there’s something here that you feel you can make use of.
If you live in a highly-populated urban area, it may be unpractical and anti-social for you to have a radio on in your garden day and night. But if you have a large garden or don’t have neighbours in close proximity, you may find success with this unorthodox way of reducing your fox problems, especially with poultry.You’ll see below that the recommended fox deterrents are targeting the fox’s sense of territory, they are not doing anything that will impact upon your cat.
This is not intended to be a full statement of your rights under the Consumer Contracts Regulations. Full details of your rights are available from your Local Authority’s Trading Standards Office. How To Return A ProductSo, from this test I would say this stuff works, but only if you keep at it every evening or so, and this could get expensive as it isn’t the cheapest stuff on the planet. However, it’s very important to understand that fox deterrents don’t cause harm to any animals, not even to foxes themselves. Fox deterrents sold legally in the UK are generally very humane and don’t make foxes stay away by causing pain or suffering. If you’re tempted to buy one of these, be sure to set it up with a clear field of view that is unobstructed, and go for a model that has infrared sensors over just motion sensors.