Provoke Professional Gel for Mouse Traps - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Dennis
    05/03/2011
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    How long does Provoke last? What is the frequency in replacing Provoke in traps?
    A
    How long Provoke lasts depends on how much moisture is in the air, but typically an application will be attractive for up to 30 days.  If you have a lot of rodent activity then you should replace as often as needed if the rodents are eating it before the trap goes off.
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  • Asked by Theresa
    10/21/2010
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    How much Provoke Mouse Attractant do I put on each glue trap that is 17 X 9?
    The mice came in our house (which is a end-row home) back in December. In June, we had a micro tornado that took off my neighbor's roof and we are seeing at least four mice a day. We are hearing them in the ceiling. Also, the exterminator was just selling the stuff that did not work.
    A
    You only need a small pea sized amount of Provoke Mouse Attractant in the middle of each glue board, as a little goes a long way. For the best results, it is also important to place the glue boards in areas that the mice are likely to travel. Glue boards should be placed parallel to walls, in cabinets where there has been mouse activity and directly in their path of travel wherever possible.
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  • Asked by Margurett from Gordonville,tx
    11/01/2013
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    Will Provoke Mouse Attractant hurt my dogs?
    Will this hurt my dogs if they should get to it or to a mouse that has died from it? I raise short haired wheaten terriers.
    A
    Provoke is merely an attractant to lure rodents to traps and contains no poisons at all. No harm would come to any animal that consumes Provoke.
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    6 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by John
    08/29/2010
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    What are the ingredients for Provoke?
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    The ingredients in the Provoke mouse attractant are known only to the manufacturer Bell Labs. We can tell you that Provoke does not contain any nut products to avoid ant type of allergic reaction.
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  • Asked by Rick from North Port,fl
    10/27/2013
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    Will Provoke mouse attractant work for Voles?
    A
    Unfortunately, the Provoke Mouse Attractant is only labeled for Mice so we cannot say for certain whether Voles would be attracted to the Provoke Mouse Attractant.  Please take a look at our Vole Control Page for other options to kill or repel voles.
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  • Asked by Alicia from Trenton Nj
    04/20/2018
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    Is Provoke Mouse Attractant harmful to my dog?
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    Provoke? is merely an attractant to lure rodents to traps and contains no poisons at all. No harm would come to any animal that consumes Provoke.

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  • Asked by Scott from Dallas, Tx
    12/01/2016
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    Does Provoke Mouse Attractant work for mice and rats?
    I am not sure if I have mice or rats. Will this attract both?
    A

    Provoke Mouse Attractant is specifically for mice. There is also a Provoke Rat Attractant as well that we would recommend for rats. Please let us know if we can be of any more assistance.

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  • Asked by Cam from Nantucket
    06/04/2018
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    Will Provoke Mouse Attractant attract ants?
    We are fairly convinced that ants are emptying our traps of peanut butter or nuts at night!
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    Provoke Mouse Attractant does contain food based attractants so it could possibly attract ants or other insects. You may want to try using glueboards or snap traps with cotton to lure the mice. 

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