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Ways To Get Unwanted Pests From Your Yard If your yard is being invaded by unwanted wild animals you may want to think about using a safe and eco-friendly organic repellent. You will find quite a few different products available that is specially designed for this job that won't bring any harm to your children or pets. There's a couple different kinds that are designed for either one specific animal or others that have natural ingredients you can use for several types of pests. Basically, a repellent is used to keep animals clear of certain objects, areas, plants or other animals. Like other similar products, an organic repellent will naturally cause an animal to keep away due to the aversion to a smell or taste. The animal gets irritated and learns to avoid the area or other object. You may prefer using an effective natural lawn or garden treatment instead of having to kill or trap the animal. Many of these treatments will be temporary since other animals will continue to enter your yard. The animals that will be coming onto your property may cause damage to your lawn and even harm your pets. Many animals are learning how to adjust to living in more towns and to being around people. Many wild animals tend to make your property home due to their kinds of shelters and living environment. Your neighbors may mean well leaving out scraps of food for wild animals but it could be creating a problem for you. Individuals who also leave their pets food outside could be attracting smaller animals to the area. Squirrel populations will get out of control if there’s a steady food source available all year long and no predators around. Any fence that's separating your neighbor's yard from yours will not bother gophers. When animals get over crowded in one yard they will simply dig tunnels to your property, and nobody wants to stumbled upon a skunk, which can also harm your family pets and leave you with an expensive veterinary bill. A good time to start using repellent or any other kind of treatment is when you first notice signs that you've got a problem. You will not want to give any wild animals the chance to get a home established. Ensure that your garbage cans and other outside containers have lids that lock down securely and can't be easily opened. Try to make a habit out of waiting until a few hours before the trash truck arrives to put out the garbage during daylight to keep animals from getting into it. It may also be good to animal-proof the outside of your property. Cover all your window wells with some type of grate or chick wire that can be bought at your local hardware store and fill any holes that you find near the foundation. If you're still having issues, check the outside of your home frequently so you know of any new troublesome areas. Small wild animals, most often have their young in the spring after the weather begins to warm up. Animals are also most active in the summer so if they begin to move into your garden or yard you should be able to see the signs before they do much damage. If you find an abandoned animal you shouldn't touch it but call the local animal control. Taking care of unwanted pests in your yard can be a challenge. But by using a quality organic repellent you can get rid of them humanely while also protecting the health of your kids and your pets. With organic repellent from Yard Gard, one can rest easy knowing your kids and pets will not be exposed to toxic chemicals. Take a look at http://www.protectmyyard.com/ for much more information about Yard Gard.

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Ways To Get Unwanted Pests From Your Yard