I mixed the concentrate and applied per instructions it seems to be working well, however, it looks like I have a critter who likes the taste of your product. He keeps gnawing at the same place. He gnaws I spray. From the size of gnawing,I think it's a chipmunk. We'll see who gives up first!
I had some small birds pecking holes in my cedar siding. This was bad enough, but the pecking was annoying. I was skeptical because I wasn't sure it would work on birds, but after my initial spray, "no more pecking".
Just wanted to comment that although this works on some wildlife quite well, I would not expect it to work on dogs. It smells like the type of things that my dogs like to roll in. My dogs roll roll in dead fish or roadkill if allowed. This product smells like blood mixed with garlic and hot pepper. The scent quickly fades to human senses and becomes tolerable some hours after application.
Expert response: Thank you for your comments! We agree that repellents can be unreliable with certain animals since they work as a behavior modifier. Sometimes using repellents can actually cause dogs to come back and "mark" their territory more aggressively. We appreciate your feedback.
I live in an apartment community where people feed the wildlife even though it's against the rules. The finches are very aggressive about nesting on the balconies near where they are fed. The last three years finches have nested on the balcony next to mine. Each year more nests/families than the year before. This year we used Repels All on my balcony and my neighbors. We applied it 2 days in a row. All wildlife but the finches left. It took 3 applications to persuade the finches not to nest where they had nested the last three years. But it worked. They are now nesting 4 units away. I'm glad to find something that Repels, not harms.