Havahart® Cat & Dog Granular Animal Repellent - 1 lb

Model #: CD1LB


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Havahart® Cat & Dog Granular Animal Repellent - 1 lb


Safely Repel Stray Cats and Dogs

Put an end to destructive cat and dog behavior with Havahart® Cat & Dog Repellent. This specialized formula safely targets canines and felines, causing just enough displeasure to deter them without harming them. The scent and taste of the granules irritates these animals, causing them to avoid the protected area.

Train Pets to Avoid Protected Areas

This cat and dog repellent can also be used as a training aid to help you teach your pet which areas are off limits. Training your pets with Havahart® Cat & Dog Repellent gives you the freedom to allow your pet to roam free in your yard without worrying about them digging up your garden.

One Application Lasts up to 60 Days

Maintaining repellency is key to successfully keeping your yard free of cats and dogs. One application of these weather-resistant repelling granules provides up to 60 days of powerful protection.

Defend Gardens, Lawns, Trash and More

Just pop open the easy-to-apply canister, and sprinkle granules to create an effective cat and dog barrier. Apply in bands as a perimeter treatment to prevent them from entering yard or garden areas, or spot-treat items like trash or valued plantings.

Safe for Use Around People, Pets and Plants

When applied as directed, Havahart® dog and cat repellent will not harm animals or vegetation. Use it outdoors to repel, train and condition dogs and cats.

Cat & Dog Granular Repellent - Model #CD1LB
Model # CD1LB
Presentation Granules
Size (Weight) 1 lb
Coverage Area 300 sq ft
Bottle Type Canister with Shaker/Scoop Cap
Bottle Dimensions Height: 9" | Diameter: 3"

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How much perimeter will 1 pound cover? How densely or not, should one apply this?

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