1. 1. Location
  2. 2. Problem
  3. 3. Solution

Groundhogs Could Be Causing The Problem.
Here’s Our 3-Step Solution: 

1
Remove Attractants & Shelter
Groundhogs are on a hunt for food and a safe place to burrow. It’s important that you take some steps to minimize damage and make your yard less attractive:
  • Harvest crops like beans, peas and melons as early as possible
  • Remove piles of debris, rocks and/or wood where groundhogs may take shelter
  • Trim back plants groundhogs may eat or use for cover
  • Remove any tree trunks or other sources of wood that groundhogs can gnaw or grind their teeth on.
  • Use gravel to fill in any abandoned animal burrows
2
Catch & Remove the
Immediate Issue 
The most effective way to remove a groundhog is by using a trap to manually relocate it. An extra-large trap is best used for groundhogs.
3
Use Repellents to Make Them
Unwelcome to Return 
Use highly effective electronic repellents to frighten groundhogs with startling bursts of water, teaching them not to returnto the area. These motion-activated sprinklers are virtually maintenance-free and can be used to protect gardens, plants, mulch beds, koi ponds, garbage cans, and more.
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Your All-in-One Solution

Groundhog Removal Kit Remove the animal from your home, and rid them from coming back with just one purchase. This bundle was specifically created for removing and repelling groundhogs from your yard. First, capture and relocate the groundhog with the extra-large cage trap, and then keep them from returning with the Critter Ridder® Motion-Activated Animal Repellent & Sprinkler. Shop Kit »

Check Out Some Helpful Resources

  How to Trap »
  How to Bait »
 
How to Get Rid of Groundhogs on Your Property »
 
How to Release an Animal From a Live Trap »
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