Havahart® only offers electronic animal repellents that work – the electronic repellents offered on this site are the result of rigorous testing and animal research. The repellents work to frighten away or cause discomfort to animals like mice, rats, cats, dogs, deer, rabbits, squirrels, and more, without causing them any harm and without using any dangerous chemicals. And since you don’t need to continuously reapply these repellents, electronic deterrents require almost no maintenance.
Researchers at Havahart® and its sister brands have been studying wild animals and house pests since 1898. Havahart® produced the first humane trap in 1940, and has since been dedicated to delivering the most efficient animal control products to your home or business. Each day Havahart® continues to innovate with the cutting-edge technology of electronic animal repellers.
Electronic animal repelling devices are extremely effective at repelling animals when used alone, but even more effective when used in conjunction with other animal repellents and live traps. The more methods you use to get rid of pests, the better your defense. For example, try an electronic deer repellent alongside an egg-based spray repellent, an ultrasonic mouse repeller alongside a live trap, or an electronic cat repellent alongside a spray or granular repellent and a live cat trap—these combinations defend your property on all fronts.
There aren't a lot of safaris where it's safe to ride the animals, but Safari Hoopla's version pairs riders with electronic animals that can be taken for a spin in a safari forest located inside Westland Mall. Located near the kids play area, the animals are driven like bumper cars; the fleet is soft and cuddly, with choices like a stuffed octopus, a panda bear, and an elephant. Yet each one can hold up to 220 pounds, making them fun for adults and safe enough for children age 4 and older to ride on their own. The animals can also be rented for birthdays and community events or to remind the rabbits in your yard that they're not at the top of the food chain.