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Ropel Dog & Cat Granules is an effective repellent to deter dogs, cats and select birds from urinating or defecating on property such as lawns, gardens, picnic areas, or other areas where they may become a nuisance. It also discourages these animals from digging in and disturbing lawns and gardens and flower beds. These easy-to-use dry granules create an aromatic barrier which has been proven to be effective against dogs and cats as well as some birds. Although the odor is not offensive to humans, the granules smell repulsive to animals, which encourages them to quickly leave but does not harm them in any way. Ropel Dog & Cat Granules are for outdoor use only.
|Active Ingredient||Thyme Oil - 1.25% Peppermint Oil - 1.25% White Pepper - 2.50%|
|Target pests||Cats, dogs, and select birds|
|For use in||Lawns, gardens, hedges, shrubs, trees, golf courses, landscaping, flower pots, parks, nurseries, cemeteries, shelters, picnic areas, anywhere cats, dogs and select birds are or may become a nuisance|
Apply granules on lawns and garden beds, approximately 1 ft. away from flowering plants, foliage and painted surface. Do not apply to dichondra or unusual ground covers without testing first.
To prevent defecation or urination by dogs on lawns or around hedges, trees, shrubs or vines: remove old fecal material and sprinkle ROPEL evenly on the affected area using 1 lb. per 110 sq. ft.
To prevent cats from digging in lawns, flower and vegetable gardens, and under bushes: fill existing holes and apply evenly on the affected area at the rate of 1 lb. per 55 sq. ft.
To prevent defecation by birds on lawns, golf courses and in planted park areas: sprinkle evenly, using 1 lb. per 144 sq. ft.
Reapply weekly or until problem stops. Resume treatment if problem reoccurs.
|Coverage Area||1 lb. covers up to 144 square feet|
|Shipping Weight||2.29 lbs|
|Manufacturer||Ropel (Mfg. Number: C002)|
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The label states to reapply Ropel Dog & Cat Granules weekly or until the problem stops and to resume treatment if the problem reoccurs.