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Unread 07-26-2011, 11:08 AM   #1
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How do I keep my dogs from peeing on my tires?

I have two dogs that are driving me nuts with this... EVERY time I come back from anywhere. As soon as I'm pulling in the property they're already chasing and sniffing the tires till I park. I can shoo them away but as soon as I'm gone they go back at it and do their business. I don't believe in hitting dogs so if anyone has any ideas, tips or tricks I'd appreciate it... I hope I resolve this issue before getting new wheels and tires!

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Unread 07-26-2011, 11:15 AM   #2
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uhm if you find an answer let me know! My jack *** nieghbor keeps letting his dogs run loose, next to shooting them, which has crossed my mind, a couple of times, but the animal activist would eat me alive around here, or the owner, which well, we know what happens then,

I cant get him to help at all.
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Unread 07-26-2011, 11:17 AM   #3
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It doesn't work on all dogs, but drop a couple of mothballs by each tire when you park.
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Unread 07-26-2011, 11:28 AM   #4
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Hell... Moth balls are worth a shot.
From Yahoo! Answers...

Jalepeno juice. Get a small paint brush. Buy jalepeno's. Use the juice to wipe small amounts on all 4 tires. Watch and be amazed. And jalapeno juice is not the only thing that works. You may even find a new "smell" that repels dogs and their..............(thoughts) about your tires.
This sounds interesting... also worth a shot.

Try the squirt bottle technique. Fill a bottle with plain water, and spray him on the back when he does something , like try to pee on your tire. Most dogs hate this, and you will only need to do this once or twice, before showing the bottle is enough to deter him from urinating on the tires, or whatever naughty thing he was about to do.
Eh... I don't know. With this Texas heat they might appreciate that water on their backs
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Unread 07-26-2011, 12:28 PM   #5
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If you can, shoot them...if not jump out of your Jeep and kick the dog in the face and let him know it's your property...not his.
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Unread 07-26-2011, 01:15 PM   #6
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kinda hard when I live in apts, and 1 of the other ppl in my building works at the humain Dpt. So its actually the parking lot, There is a leash law in town, but poorly enforced. Ill get my revenge I assure you lol
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Unread 07-26-2011, 01:34 PM   #7
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Look for a wonderful substance referred to as Clove oil.. Shine your tires with it and grab a cold beer and enjoy. The dog/s will sniff/lick/press their ever intrusive snout into it and that will be about the last time they will do it. Or mix in spray bottle and give em a nice little shot to the nose/mouth
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Unread 07-26-2011, 01:37 PM   #8
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Safety Issues
Website Simple Steps published an article on the safety of plant-based products used to repel fleas. According to the site, dogs and cats have much more intense reactions to the products than humans. The article says that clove oil can cause salivation, vomiting, seizures, muscle tremors and even death in a few cases. That's definitely not what you want when you use a natural product on your pet, and thus, it is a risk you should know about. The Green Spotlight lists clove oil as an alternative and "green" product to use to prevent fleas, but cautions that pets may lick it off their fur.



Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/22...#ixzz1TF2mCXd1

Direct expected effect and its funnier than ****!
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Unread 07-26-2011, 01:39 PM   #9
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Pee on the dog. Do it once, you should be good.
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When i was younger i always had this dog that tried to attack me as i rode my bike by so i took a squirt gun with ammonia in it and sprayed him in the face with it. He never bothered me again lol
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Unread 07-26-2011, 01:57 PM   #11
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Pee on the dog. Do it once, you should be good.
HAHAHAHAHA THIS IS GOING IN MY SIG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks lol
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safety issues
website simple steps published an article on the safety of plant-based products used to repel fleas. According to the site, dogs and cats have much more intense reactions to the products than humans. The article says that clove oil can cause salivation, vomiting, seizures, muscle tremors and even death in a few cases. That's definitely not what you want when you use a natural product on your pet, and thus, it is a risk you should know about. The green spotlight lists clove oil as an alternative and "green" product to use to prevent fleas, but cautions that pets may lick it off their fur.



Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/22...#ixzz1tf2mcxd1

direct expected effect and its funnier than ****!
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Pee on the dog. Do it once, you should be good.
I do that all the time when drunk
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Mind you thats with a significant dose.. second hand exposure such as lathering a tire with it ect wont result in death only lots of licking and chomping and sneezing. Or maybe thats their version of a seizure lol
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Unread 07-26-2011, 04:41 PM   #15
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Hell... Moth balls are worth a shot.
From Yahoo! Answers...

Jalepeno juice. Get a small paint brush. Buy jalepeno's. Use the juice to wipe small amounts on all 4 tires. Watch and be amazed. And jalapeno juice is not the only thing that works. You may even find a new "smell" that repels dogs and their..............(thoughts) about your tires.
This sounds interesting... also worth a shot.

Try the squirt bottle technique. Fill a bottle with plain water, and spray him on the back when he does something , like try to pee on your tire. Most dogs hate this, and you will only need to do this once or twice, before showing the bottle is enough to deter him from urinating on the tires, or whatever naughty thing he was about to do.
Eh... I don't know. With this Texas heat they might appreciate that water on their backs

This made me think of something my former neighbor did years ago. He bought a large container of cayenne pepper in powder form. He put a couple of tablespoons on the lip of the tire rim and let the rest fall down around the base of the tire. The dogs had temporary reactions of snotty noses, watering eyes, and snorting and blowing tryig to get the powder out of their noses and lost interest in peeing anywhere, let alone on the tires. I think it took only a couple of applications.
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