“We can judge the heart a man by his treatment of animals.” - Immanuel Kant
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ADDRESS 401 SPRUCE HAVEN ROAD MELFORT, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA S0E 1A0
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Setting Instructions for Dura Poly Live Catch Traps Caution: Do not attempt to handle captured animals. Do not leave children unattended near a captured animal. The captured animal will usually feel safe inside this trap. To release the animal, approach the trap quietly and cautiously so you do not excite the animal.
1 . Lift (a) door lock. 2 . Push (b) spring loaded door closure frame back so that it sits flat against the trap door. 3 . To set the trigger, lift bottom of trap door up and engage © trigger rod into (d) raised tab. 4 . Place bait behind trip pan. Trapping Tips Firm contact with the surface is required. Make sure the trap cannot roll over. Use of gloves will eliminate the human odor Washing the trap after a catch is recommended Provide shade in hot weather and check your trap regularly. Bait guide Cats: fish flavored cat food, meat, sardines. Skunk: rotten eggs, egg shells. Rabbits: fresh vegetables, e.g. Carrots, lettuce, alfalfa pellets. Racoons: Stale doughnuts, tarts, marshmallows. Woodchuck: String beans, corn, lettuce, peas, apples Mink: chicken, sardines, bacon Muskrat: Apples, carrots, parsnips, and other vegetables. Chipmunks, Squirrels: Unroasted peanuts, peanut butter, grains, sunflower seeds, cereal. Problems: Bait missing, trap not set off? Chick to see that mice are not stealing your bait. Lubricate hinge on door, trap pan and trip rod with vegetable spray or shortening.
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NAVIGATION
ADDRESS 401 SPRUCE HAVEN ROAD MELFORT, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA S0E 1A0
WELCOME ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER
Setting Instructions for Dura Poly Live Catch Traps Caution: Do not attempt to handle captured animals. Do not leave children unattended near a captured animal. The captured animal will usually feel safe inside this trap. To release the animal, approach the trap quietly and cautiously so you do not excite the animal.
1 . Lift (a) door lock. 2 . Push (b) spring loaded door closure frame back so that it sits flat against the trap door. 3 . To set the trigger, lift bottom of trap door up and engage © trigger rod into (d) raised tab. 4 . Place bait behind trip pan. Trapping Tips Firm contact with the surface is required. Make sure the trap cannot roll over. Use of gloves will eliminate the human odor Washing the trap after a catch is recommended Provide shade in hot weather and check your trap regularly. Bait guide Cats: fish flavored cat food, meat, sardines. Skunk: rotten eggs, egg shells. Rabbits: fresh vegetables, e.g. Carrots, lettuce, alfalfa pellets. Racoons: Stale doughnuts, tarts, marshmallows. Woodchuck: String beans, corn, lettuce, peas, apples Mink: chicken, sardines, bacon Muskrat: Apples, carrots, parsnips, and other vegetables. Chipmunks, Squirrels: Unroasted peanuts, peanut butter, grains, sunflower seeds, cereal. Problems: Bait missing, trap not set off? Chick to see that mice are not stealing your bait. Lubricate hinge on door, trap pan and trip rod with vegetable spray or shortening.
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“We can judge the heart a man by his treatment of animals.” - Immanuel Kant
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