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Wildlife Education - A Directory of Qualified Muskrat Removal Professionals

Muskrat Repellent Analysis



If you need muskrat help, click my Nationwide List of Muskrat Removal Experts for a pro near you.

There's no such thing as a muskrat repellent. Sure, you can try to pour moth balls or ammonia into the holes they make, but this will just poison the waterway, and the muskrats don't care in the slightest, so it's a bad thing to do.

The only real way to solve a muskrat problem is to trap and remove the animals, or install fencing along the pond or lake bank.

More in-detail how-to muskrat removal articles:
Information about muskrat trapping - analysis and methods for how to trap.
Information about how to kill a muskrat - with poison or other methods.
Information about how to keep muskrats away - prevention techniques.
Information about how to catch a muskrat - remove one stuck in the house.

This site is intended to provide muskrat deterrent education and information about muskrat repellents, such as those you can buy at Home Depot or Lowes, so that you can make an informed decision if you need to deal with a muskrat problem. This site provides many muskrat control articles and strategies, if you wish to attempt to solve the problem yourself. But remember, mothballs and fox or coyote urine won't do the trick, nor will high pitch sound or noise machines. If you are unable to solve the problem on your own, which is likely with many cases of muskrat removal, please go to the home page and click the USA map, where I have wildlife removal experts listed in over 500 cites and towns, who can properly help you with your nuisance muskrat. Click here to read more about how to get rid of muskrats.

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